Whirlpool WHES40E 40,000 Grain Softener | Salt & Water Saving Technology | NSF Certified | Automatic Whole House Soft Water Regeneration, White
Flip-top design for easy maintenance
High flow valve for more gallons per minute
Cleanser keeps the machine running smoothly for years
Instead of relying on a massive primary tank and separate brine tank, this sleek water softener puts everything into one appliance. The resulting system uses cutting-edge computer technology to manage water flow and precise settings, giving you the water quality you need with no hassle.
The 40,000-grain capacity is more than sufficient for most families. It’s enough to help with laundry, showering, and even drinking water. Buy it for your family’s home right away so you can see and taste the difference.
Since Whirlpool is mostly known for its kitchen appliances, it’s no surprise that its water softeners are designed to be attractive and intuitive in addition to functional. They are just as easy to use as a laundry machine or dryer, and you rarely have to consult with an instruction manual to use it. Installation is simple, and many families can finish it without help from a specialized technician.
This model gets excellent user reviews for reliability and technical support. Users can reach out to Whirlpool anytime with questions about usage or installation, and the included warranty makes it easy to get help with a part or the onboard electronics. Once everything is installed, the softer water reduces wear-and-tear on your clothing and home appliances.
The 40,000 grain softener takes all of the basic features of the smaller models and adds an extra few thousand in grain capacity. It’s one of the highest grain capacities Whirlpool makes, yet it’s still reasonably priced, making it a sound investment for the future no matter how old your home is.
One of the overall strengths of the Whirlpool water softeners is that they’re relatively compact. Many other water softener brands require a separate brine tank or have a twin tank system. The Whirlpool systems are generally better for small- to medium-sized homes, especially homes without basements.