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Top Rated Contractor - Premier Water Systems, Inc.


Very Happy!

So very happy with my new premier water system! I was having a ton of issues with my hair and my water was actually drying out my skin and scalp. I went to my hairdresser and she had many recommendations on what I could do to fix the problem but nothing worked! I had the system installed a few weeks ago and I immediately saw great results with my hair and skin! Thanks again

Christine Tower

Highly Recommended

In 1998 I purchased my first Kinetico system for my house in Cambridge from the owner, Gerald Lovell. My wife and I downsized into a condo in Newton and purchased another Kinetico system. Adam & Brian did a great job on the new installation. I highly recommend Kinetico products and Premier Water Systems.

Sean Fitzgerald


We had our water system installed in April 2015 and couldn’t be happier. We have well water & the water was tasting so badly that we wouldn’t drink it. It was staining our sinks green and we knew we needed a new softener and filtration system. Cory came out and was fabulous through the whole process. We are so happy we went with this company. They are honest & knowledgeable and work with Home Depot (have been for over 8 years I believe). We highly recommend!

Keefe Chesmore

What Water Issues do you need help researching? 


Common Water Problems


Hard Water

Most homes have hard water—but many homeowners don't realize that it causes expensive damage to everything from your skin to your plumbing and appliances


Bad Taste or Odor

In its pristine state, water should be tasteless and odorless. If your water tastes or smells funny, you owe it to yourself to find out why.



Chlorine helps kill bacteria, but it also dries out skin and hair and fades clothes. It can even shorten the lifespan of appliances.



Certain minerals found in water can cause stains on your appliances, toilets, and sinks that are very hard to remove.


Cloudy Water

Water that becomes cloudy, murky or grayish in color usually is a result of land disturbances such as construction, storms, or urban runoff.

Bacteria or Viruses

Did you know your water could be making you sick? According to the CDC, there are as many as 12 million cases of waterborne illnesses found in the US annually.