95% of people who trial a Harvey Water Softener keep it!
Try a Harvey water softener for three months with no obligation
A trial is a risk-free way to experience all the benefits of softened water for yourself. 95% of people who trial a Harvey water softener for three months are happy with the results and opt to keep their water softener.
If you too fall in love with your Harvey water softener, at the end of the trial you keep it. We’ll switch you onto your chosen payment method, deducting the rental payments you made during the trial from the cost.
If you don’t want to keep it, we’ll remove your softener, return your pipework and plumbing to their original state and refund your rental payments.
Benefits of Softened Water
- Your heating system works more efficiently
- You reduce your cleaning bills by over half
- Your appliances will last longer
Feel great with softened water
- You have a lot less cleaning to do
- Your hair and skin feels great
- You get nice bubbly baths and showers
Find out more about the benefits of softened water.
The NEW HarveyArc, the first eco-friendly water softener on the market. It’s new robust patented design uses 38% less plastic and is made from 62% recycled materials. Performance tested beyond British standards (5000 cycles) to over 1 million cycles, making the HarveyArc the reliable water softener in the UK.
Using a unique twin cylinder design, the cylinders work together to supply your home with softened water 24/7. The NEW Harvey Arc is non-electric and only regenerates when necessary, saving energy and lowering running costs.
The Harvey™ Water Softener HVX model is our slightly larger block salt water softener. It’s particularly suitable for homes with 3-4 bathrooms or more, built to fit under the kitchen sink like the HarveyArc.
It’s the most compact high capacity water softener ever designed, using the same twin cylinder design as the UK’s number one water softener. It has been built to satisfy the water demands of a larger modern home. The HVX doesn’t need any programming or regular maintenance, simply fill it up with block salt when it runs out.
The Big Blue
The Harvey™ Water Softener Big Blue model is a mains water softener and is the largest model we sell. It’s perfect for bigger homes and businesses, using the same unique twin cylinder design as NEW HarveyArc. The twin cylinders ensure your home enjoys an uninterrupted supply of softened water.
The Big Blue fits to the mains water supply. This model needs tablet salt to function, it comes in 10kg and 25kg bags, which simply need to be replenished when it runs out. The salt is dropped into the top of the water softener.
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About Water Softeners
Are there any downsides to water softeners?
The only factors in owning a water softener that might be considered ‘downsides’ are the ongoing cost of salt, the cost of the softener and the space that it needs. However, the overwhelming feedback we get from our customers is that they are delighted with the benefits of their softener, so we’ve broken down why this ... Read More >
Do I need to turn off my water softener if I go on holiday?
You do not need to turn off your water softener during periods away from the property. If no water is being used while you are away the water softener will not function anyway. However, when returning after any time longer than seven days, we recommend running a hard and soft water mains tap for one minute, as ... Read More >
How do I turn my bypass valve on and off?
Occasionally you may need to turn off your water softener or divert the water past it to change your filter for your drinking water. You might also need to turn it off if you spot a bypass valve leaking or water leaking from the top of your water softener. You’ll find the bypass valves on the pipes coming out of the water softener. The ... Read More >
Drinking Softened Water
Can I have a tap supplying unsoftened water somewhere other than at the kitchen sink?
This is usually possible. Our installation team are very skilled with even the most complex installations. During your demonstration, our Harvey expert will look at the area in your home where the water softener and tap will go to confirm what installation options are open to you. When we install a Harvey water softener, we fit a hard ... Read More >
Can I use softened water for mixing baby feeds?
We don’t recommend using softened water for baby formula milk or baby food. While softened water is healthy and safe for most children and adults to consume, there’s an exception for babies. The Drinking Water Inspectorate sets out a limit for infants of 200 mg sodium per litre in the Drinking Water Regulations. This limit was adopted to make sure that the total sodium levels in baby ... Read More >
Can I use softened water for the chilled water dispenser in my fridge?
You can plumb your softened water supply into the water chiller compartment of your fridge. This means that your drinking water will be softened. If your fridge or fridge freezer has an ice maker that runs from the water supply, the ice will also be made from softened water. Unless you are on a low or zero ... Read More >
How do I extend my warranty?
Our standard warranty is three years. In the unlikely event of failure or breakdown of your water softener, repairs relating to your water softener including parts and labour will be supplied as part of this scheme. We will contact you before your initial warranty runs out to let you know that it’s expiring, and to tell you about the extended warranty scheme that’s ... Read More >
How does the 3 month trial work?
You can experience beautifully softened water in your home for yourself by trialling a Harvey water softener for three months, with no obligation to keep it at the end of the period. During the trial, you will pay a monthly rental payment. If you enjoy the benefits of softened water and are happy with the ... Read More >
How long does a demonstration take?
It takes roughly an hour.