Water Softeners in Lansing, MI

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Lansing
578 N. Cedar Street
Mason, Michigan 48854
Phone: (517) 882-0241
Fax: (517) 676-5722
Hours
M-F: 8:00-5:30
Sat: 9:00-12:00

Do you live in the Lansing area? Are you currently in need of quality water treatment for your home or office? Then look no further, Besco Water has been servicing the water treatment needs of Michigan for more than 50 years. The staff at Besco water is comprised of personnel that are certified by the WQA, and we collectively have 100 years of experience in every aspect of the water treatment industry. When it comes to improving the purity and taste of your water in Lansing, Besco Water has the right solutions for you.

Lansing is the state capital of Michigan, and has a population of more than 114,000, making it is the fifth-largest city in the state. Colloquially referred to as “Mid-Michigan”, the larger Lansing Metropolitan area is a hub of education, government institutions, and commercial and industrial centers.

There are a myriad of law, medical and business schools in Lansing, but most notably you’ll find Michigan State University, a member of the Big Ten conference, in the neighboring sister city of East Lansing. This university has the largest land campus in the United States and offers more than 200 programs of study. Student enrollment at Michigan State University is just over 50,000 students.

It is easy to find something to do in Lansing, regardless of your interests. Every November just before Thanksgiving, the annual City Electric Light Parade dominates the streets through downtown, and ends by lighting the Christmas tree at the State Capitol. And throughout the summer months, the city comes alive with its many farmers markets. Among the several different markets you’ll find around the city is the Lansing City Market, which boasts a $1.6 million structure that encloses the market.

People fond of the outdoors will take comfort in the fact that there is a 13-mile trail that runs along Grand River and the Red Cedar River. The Lansing River trail passes Potter Park Zoo, the Capitol Loop and several other Lansing landmarks. The trail is hard surfaced, and is easily accessible from almost any point along its 13-mile course.

After you’ve completed your morning jog along the Grand River, you may remember you were in need of a water treatment service. Besco Water can satisfy those needs whether your looking for water softeners, bottled purified water, home filtration systems, or even salt products. If you’d like to know more about our products or services, give us a call at (800) 964-0257.