WaterSoftening company vs local plumber?

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That diagram helps quite a bit. I think I'm finally understanding. It looks like one of these would be sufficient:

https://www.amazon.com/Admittance-V...t=&hvlocphy=9009152&hvtargid=pla-904011289859

If so, I'll likely just ask Plumber #1 to install if I source the part. I'm hoping he will include this for the $550 price, but if not I can't imagine it would take more than 10-15 mins to install.

I've attached a pic of the whole room. I was told that the PVC pipe running along the base of the wall is the drainage.
 

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Geez - I was completely wrong about Company #2 using Clack units. I called back and was corrected. I could have sworn they said Clack, its a bit weird.

They are the local dealers for a company called Evolve, and the 2 models offered are the EVS and the ES. Reach4, sorry for the confusion, you mentioned you had never heard of these "Clack" models and this is why.

The company has a nice website but I haven't heard any real world reviews. Here it is:

https://www.evolveseries.com/products/water-softeners.html
 
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