Re: can a water softener be located in same room where a child sleeps?
Posted by Hube on December 04, 2003 at 08:04:54:
In response to Re: can a water softener be located in same room where a child sleeps?
: :your son is careless dad

: these softners require lots of salts and give off s certain light stink, make noise, and possible malfunction could lead to flooding on a mass scale

: besides besements are generally dank, damp, full of radon gas(dempending where u live) have furnaces(potential evevated CO levels) and are noisey, difficult to get out of in case of fire

: ther has to be a better place for the little tyke than a basement>?

: you got to have a sit down this this son of yours and tell him the whats-up about takeing care of his famioly. perhaps thsi son of yours should sleel in the water treatment plant part of the house and the kid gets an upstairs room...see how that works out

I agree with HJ's reply. A softener is no problem at all, except for a slight noise when its recharging.But this can be adjusted to a more suitable time. Most basements (in the real world) are every bit as good as the other levels in the home, and I'm also sure that any decent Father would have more sense than to put a infant in an Dank, Damp Dungeon, as DINO would have described. Anyways, Susan, no problem. ,Hube


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