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Hook

Hook is a small town in the Hart district of Hampshire. It is about 6.2 miles from Basingstoke and 36 miles from Southampton. The town is well connected by the A30 national route and Hook Railway Station, which has a direct connection to London Waterloo Station and Southampton.

Hook has a thriving business community, which operates from the Bartley Wood Business Park. The Park is about 1 kilometre from the town centre and is home to the Virgin Media Inc., the largest cable television provider in the UK. Other major companies with their offices in the Park include BMW Group Financial Services, Trimble Navigation, Hewlett Packard, Lenovo and Serco. Hook also has a Tesco supermarket, albeit a small one. There are several local schools serving local families, such as Hook Infant School and Hook Junior School. The nearest college is in Basingstoke and the nearest university is the University of Winchester.

Owing to its flourishing business community, Hook is a popular place to live in. While the town is lively and offers many amenities for residents, homes do require water softeners. The water in homes is hard, causing scale buildup in dishwashers, water heaters, washing machines and even kitchen sink. Water softeners in Hook can treat the water automatically and ensure that homes get 24/7 supply of soft water.

You can rely on UK Water Softeners to install the latest and most modern water softener in your home. Out of all the water softener installers in Hook, UK Water Softeners is highly in demand for our prompt and efficient service, and vast experience in installing water softeners in Hook and the surrounding areas.

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What Our Customer Say...

"After recently buying a new home in Hook, we realised that the water was causing us some problems with our shower/toilet seals due to the hardness of the local water. We decided to explore the cost and possibility of having a water softener installed. We had done some research on the internet (as you would expect) and found that most softeners had a time clock on them and needed maintenance once a year at a cost. Last week we received a flyer through the door, which looked professional and promising as there was minimal maintenance and can last up to 20 years (sounds intriguing!) We decided to bite the bullet and call to arrange for a sales person to visit. Kevin Goody, the proprietor, called us back and arranged an appointment to suit us. (Service indeed). When he arrived, he gave us a demonstration and showed us the softener which had no time clock, neither the need to carry large bags of salt around as they are delivered in bags of 2 blocks, which are much easier to manhandle. We agreed to purchase the softener from Kevin there and then because he explained everything to us clearly and gave us several options of location of the unit, and then gave us a concise estimate with NO hidden extras to supply and install it. The Plumber arrived on time, and installed the water softener exactly where we wanted it and when we look at the finished article, it has been done to a very high standard, and we are 100% satisfied to the quality of work carried out! We wanted to praise Kevin Goody for his professionalism and courteousness and not trying to hard sell us into a sale, and we have no hesitation in recommending Kevin and his company to anybody who is looking for a Water Softener. Thank you Kevin for a wonderful experience."

Guy and Maria, Hook

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St John the Evangelist Parish Church, Hook, Hampshire, UK.