Mr. Softener  Michigan’s Water Treatment Experts

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We provide fast and affordable water treatment services in Brighton and throughout Livingston County.


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Brighton Water Softener Sales & Service

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If you’re having water quality issues in the Brighton area, we’re here to help! We install and repair water softeners and many other types of filtration systems. We also offer free water testing for a wide variety of contaminants.

Brighton City Water

At 25 grains per gallon, Brighton‘s city water is extremely hard! A properly calibrated water softener is necessary to prevent damage to your plumbing, fixtures, and appliances. Many customers also choose to have a reverse osmosis system installed to remove chlorine and fluoride from Brighton’s city water.

Brighton Well Water

Hard well water is typical throughout much of Michigan, and Brighton is no exception. We also frequently encounter iron, sulfur odors, and arsenic in the Brighton area. Every well is different and the contaminants present can change over time.

Why Choose Mr. Softener?

We offer the highest quality water softeners and filtration systems at a fraction of our competitor’s price. In fact, we often install water treatment systems for less than half the price that other companies quoted! Our products are made in the USA and backed by an excellent warranty. Our technicians are very familiar with Brighton’s water quality issues, and can treat them affordably and efficiently. We look forward to helping your family enjoy safe, soft water. Don’t hesitate to give us a call with any questions at (877) 616-3666.

Without a water softener, Brighton’s hard water can quickly damage your plumbing, fixtures, and appliances. Click here for more information on the effects of hard water.



Our water analysis includes testing for arsenic, chlorine, dissolved solids, hardness, hydrogen sulfide, iron, nitrates, pH, and more!


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