How to register your warranty
Your Water Softener Comes with a 1 year warranty as standard but this can be upgraded to a 7 year warranty free of charge. All you need to do is use the water2buy app, pick your product and register it. visit www.water2buy.com/app When you bought your product we emailed you a warranty number. You can […]
Water2Buy Pro – Water Softener Installation Service
Did you know Water2Buy provide an installation service? Our network of Water2Buy Pros can provide a fixed price installation You can find more details and book a Water Softener install here.
How to maintain your water softener system at home?
Do you know if the water softener installed in your home is serving its purpose of removing limescale from your water? Are you taking enough care to maintain the system which provides you with soft-water? Maybe its not doing the job you think , when was the last time you checked? In this video we […]
What does meter delayed, immediate and overide mean on meter softener settings?
Meter delayed – counts down the water usage , e.g you set your reg capacity to 0.70T when you use water it will count down, when this reaches 0.0T the unit will regenerate at the current time set for this 3am Meter Immediate– This is for the unit to regenerate immediately so if you change […]
What is the difference between a timered and a metered water softener?
The difference between a timered (W2B110) and a metered (W2B200) water softener is that the timered unit regenerates every 3-4days regardless as its set on a timed basis and the metered unit and will only regenerate when a certain amount of water is used in the home which makes this unit more efficient on water […]
How To Fix Your Water Softener Advanced Troubleshooting by Water2buy
This video is an advanced troubleshooting video for water softeners, we recommend going through the checks in the basic troubleshooting video first. This check only applies to meter water softeners Check the meter cable is attached correctly and clean the contacts. Check that this clicked in place, it should not pull out of its socket easily. […]