NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener
NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener
NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener
NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener
NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener

NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener

The NH Tap’s smart water softener system is more reliable and virtually maintenance-free. Enjoy a full-service water softener solution from installation to regular salt exchanges.

NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener
NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener
NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener
NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener
NH Tap OneStep Conditioner Water Softener
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5 Year Warranty on Parts & Labor

Professional Free Installation

Professional Free Installation

Unmatched Value

Unmatched Value, + Financing Options

Independent Lab-Tested Results

Independent Lab-Tested Results

Benefits of the Water Softener System

Get rid of your hard water problems for good.

Healthy water for drinking, cooking, and cleaning.

Skin feels smoother after bathing and hand washing.

Softer, toxin-free laundry.

Eliminate hard water scaling.

Bathroom essentials without any chemicals.

Avoid extra cleaning.

More functional and dependable appliances.

Enjoy a longer lifespan of all your appliances.

Smart-metered and efficient water softener solutions.

With backup power and computerized softener distribution, let our customized water softener system give you the best water for cleaning, bathing, and eating and drinking.

How a Water Softener Works

How it works.

Step #1: Water enters the top of the water-softener tank and flows down through the resin beads.

Step #2: The resin beads hold a negative charge, which attracts the positively charged minerals in the water (a process known as ion exchange).

Step #3: The mineral deposits cling to the resin beads and the now-softened water exits the tank and flows throughout the house.

superior filtration

A superior filtration solution.

  • Our smart-metered control valve reduces water and salt usage. The on-board computer calculates how much water has flowed through the softener. When it reaches the preprogrammed limit, regeneration automatically begins.
  • Our system includes a power-loss backup and memory for retaining status settings

Measurements & Dimensions

Water Softener Tank

10”W x 60”H
160 lbs

Salt Tank

18”W x 33”H
Salt Storage Capacity: 250 lbs


Life with NH Tap.

Kind words from our customers.

Amherst, New Hampshire Water Filtration System Install

Keri Siciliano

Amherst, New Hampshire

“I hired Keith and the team from NH Tap to install my water filtration system and I could not be happier! The installation was absolute perfection, done with care and consideration. It is wonderful to see a company take such pride in their work. Keith, Nate and Justin were helpful, and respectful... overall a great pleasure to work with! I've already noticed a difference in my water taste and feel, and I am so happy that we invested the money into this top notch system! I highly recommend using NH Tap, they will deliver excellent results.”

Exeter, New Hampshire Water Filtration System Install

John Miller

Exeter, New Hampshire

“I had NH Tap install an entire home water purification system 2 months ago, and it was one of the best investments I ever made. I continue to smile whenever I get a glass of drinking water directly from my home tap, and it is delicious. NH Tap provided excellent service, explained all my options in detail, showed me the factual information about my town's water system, and professionally installed the system with the highest of quality. I highly recommend NH Tap without reservation, and I look forward to calling them in 5 years to replace the carbon filter system.”

Concord, New Hampshire Water Filtration System Install

Brian Perry

Concord, New Hampshire

“Keith, Nate and the team at NH Tap did an incredible job on our system! They replaced our well tank and replaced our old, outdated water filtration system with a new, state -of-the-art tank & system that we love! We are already seeing and tasting better water from our well thanks to NH Tap. Their installation was flawless and well-organized. Nate and his team were very professional and were a pleasure to have working in our 1779 farmhouse. They left everything spotless! We would highly recommend NH Tap based on service, price and over-all professionalism. My wife and I are very satisfied with the whole experience!”

Merrimack, New Hampshire Water Filtration System Install

Jim Geer

Merrimack, New Hampshire

“NH Tap was extremely knowledgeable about the water issues in our town. They were focused on giving us the best solution to give us the cleanest water. The whole process from initial consultation to installation was very easy and the process was well explained. The end results were exactly what we were looking for, clean water with no chemicals. I highly recommend NH Tap.”

All your questions answered.

Our water softeners are very reliable and virtually maintenance-free. Other than occasionally adding salt to the brine tank, there’s not much for the homeowner to do. However, it’s recommended that the system be tuned-up and inspected once every year. An annual systems checkup usually runs about $125.

Typically you need to replace the salt crystals every month. And yes! We are able to get your delivery and/or full-service package set on auto-pilot. Learn more about our water softener salt delivery serivce.

A water softener gets rid of "hard" or magnesium and calcium-tainted water.

Here's how it works:

  1. Your home's water enters the top of the water-softener tank and flows through resin beads.
  2. The resin beads hold a negative charge, which attracts the positively charged minerals in the water (a process known as ion exchange).
  3. The mineral deposits cling to the resin beads and the now-softened water exits the tank and flows throughout the house.

Here are some signs that you need a water softener:

  1. Stained or discolored ceramics.
  2. Soap doesn't suds up or clean as it should.
  3. Soap leaves unsightly residue behind on dishes, appliances, and faucets.
  4. You see mineral deposits build up on appliances and dishes.
  5. Your clothes look faded and may become itchy.
  6. Your scalp, skin, and hair feel itchy or dry.
  7. Your appliances aren't working well.
  8. Your water pressure is lessening.

A water softener system can range from $300 to $4,000+ to be bought and installed. Once you have the system in place, you will spend $10-$40 on salt to refill and clean the tank. Soft water can save you money by reducing wear-and-tear on pipes, fixtures, costly appliances, and time spent dealing with these issues.

The best water softener system is the one that works for your home and life. We recommend looking for a smart auto-metered softener system that will reduce your water and salt usage. The NH Tap water softener has an onboard computer that calculates how much water has flowed through the softener. When it reaches the preprogrammed limit, regeneration automatically begins. If the power goes out, our system includes power-loss backup and memory for retaining status settings. To know how much water softener you need, take the average amount of water you use (300 gallons per family is the average) and multiply that number by the grains of hardness in your water that needs to be removed each day.

You must regularly add salt to an ion exchange water softener system to keep it running. Water Softener salt can be purchased in 50 lb bags can be purchased at your local hardware store. While filling up your brine tank with salt crystals is a simple task, we do offer salt delivery and fill-ups with our service plans so you don't have to deal with the heavy bags or just remembering to add it in the first place.

All NH Tap well water softenters include professional installation in the quoted price. A water softener installation is an involved process and is best handled by a licensed plumber (like the ones we use).

To install a water softener, our plumbers will:

  1. Turn off the water supply to the building.
  2. Drain the water lines until no water remains.
  3. Install the proper connections to the machine.
  4. Fill the brine with salt until it is half-full.
  5. Make sure the bypass is closed, and check for leaks by slowly running the water.
  6. Review and complete the start-up session, following the procedure listed.
  7. Remove and dispose of any old equipment.

As always when dealing with water in the home, we feel strongly that an ambitious homeowner can save money in other places, but handling the installation and maintenance of a water softener is best left to the pros.

To avoid getting mold or sludge in your water softener tank, you should clean your unit once a month. Get a small shovel to remove the sludge of salt. Empty the brine tank if it has any mold and scrub with clean water and soap. Want to put your water on autopilot? NH Tap provides an auto maintenance plan that includes this service.

To know how much water softener you need, take the average amount of water you use (300 gallons per family is the average) and multiply that number by the grains of hardness in your water that needs to be removed each day. To find that number, sign up for a free water analysis today!

Softened water is very safe to drink and contains only a slightly elevated sodium level compared to water that hasn't been softened. The addition of this little bit of salt to the water actually makes your home water very tasty. However, if you have concerns about your sodium intake, you may want to also consider installing a Reverse Osmosis drinking water faucet.

That depends on what type of brine tank your water softener has. Refer to your owner's manual to get the amount of water you need.

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