Locations: Oxfordshire

Testimonial: How impressed we were by your plumber Roy

I enclose a cheque for £ for the rent of one of your water softeners for the trial period of 3 months. We will be in touch later as to whether we will wish to have it installed for the future. Whilst writing I would like to say how impressed we were with the attitude

Testimonial: It’s definitely more palatable for your hair!

Softer water and softer hair Pat Bosley lives in Didcot, Oxfordshire, and works full-time for the local steam railway museum, the Didcot Railway Centre, as their administration manager. “I’ve worked there for 27 years,” says Pat. “I could have retired, but last year I lost my husband and I’m pretty glad I’m still in my

Testimonial: That’s was eight years ago and it still works perfectly

“Life is what you make of it, you know.” Alan Tipper from Watlington is a man of few words. He is retired and 80 years old, has three daughters and two grandchildren and if you hear what he’s been up to you wouldn’t believe he’s 80 at all! Alan has just returned from a skiing

Testimonial: I should have bought a water softener 20 years ago

“I wish I had bought one 20 years ago” Jean Hoare is an energetic 82-year-old who still enjoys going to the gym. “The gym is one of my hobbies as I like to keep fit,” says Jean. “I also love gardening, although I do have someone to help with my garden now as I can’t

Testimonial: You can even feel the softer water on your hands when washing up

No more limescale Shirley Nunn and her husband David are both retired and enjoy spending time pottering in their home and garden in Wantage. After 25 years working in a bank, followed by various other finance and office jobs, Shirley enjoys nothing more. “I like cooking, knitting, reading and gardening,” says Shirley. “My husband is

Testimonial: It was incredible

It’s incredible! Pat Williams is in her 70s, a retired teacher and a huge fan of her new Harvey Water Softener. After many years living in Germany where she worked as a deputy head and acting head teacher, she now lives in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, with her cocker spaniel Kali. “Kali is my constant companion,” says