Jason has been with Water-Right's Clean Water Center since October 2018. Jason has a Bachelors Degree in Public Relations from UW Oshkosh. He previously worked as a realtor and a kickboxing gym manager that has given him the experience to present products in a manner that displays how beneficial a partnership with us could be when it comes to providing great water quality.
Jason's day to day responsibilities includes in-home appointments where he can test the water quality and articulate the findings to our customers so that he can help resolve any water quality concerns they may have. He also provides water treatment guidance within our retail office and follows up with customers to make sure that our systems are working as they were intended to. What Jason loves most about his job is being able to work face to face with people to provide a resolution to their concerns.
In Jason's spare time, he enjoys spending quality time with his family and his dog, Chloe. When he is not running around with the family, you will find him in the gym trying to stay in the best shape possible!
Mr. and Mrs. J had an older water softener that hadn't been working for years, so they had hard water and iron that was wreaking havoc on their home. After we had a Project Coordinator visit them and do some testing on their water conditions, they found that the EVR was the best fit because it could handle the levels of iron that they had and it would soften their water consistently and efficiently. They are now iron free and living with soft water.
Mrs. and Mr. S were having an egg odor that the family did not enjoy. They had just moved into their new home with their brand new softener that was softening and removing the iron, but odor was still an issue. Not only was there an odor issue, but they had received a positive test for bacteria in their water. They did their due diligence and shopped around; different companies offered different water softeners to replace their brand new one, and they were also offered chemical remediation. We were able to rid of the odor without chemicals and without replacing a water softener that was fully functioning and recently paid for. Our EVS Sulfur Filter solved the odor issue, and our Ozone generator addressed the bacteria that was said to have been in their lines.
Mr. and Mrs. L live in a place where water softeners are a necessity to increase longevity of household appliances and fixtures. When their water softener was no longer providing working grade water, they spoke with one of our Inspectors who presented at their place of work and set up a FREE consultation with our Project Coordinator. After finding 42gpg of hardness coming through the lines, and 1.5ppm of chlorine coming from the city, we found that the EVRC was the best fit. The carbon in the EVRC helped to pull the chlorine out of the water so that it no longer had the chemical smell or taste, and their 42gpg was brought down to 0-3gpg range to increase the efficiency and lifespan of their in-home fixtures.
Mr. and Mrs. S had moved into a new home that had a well as the water source and noticed a rotten-egg like smell, and it wasn't the most appealing to drink either. The equipment that was there addressed sulfur and the hardness of the water, but was unable to do so successfully. We applied our EV2-1054-MIN in this case because it's our "All-in-one" system; it can handle higher iron levels, some odor, and hard water, so in order to save our customers on cost and potential maintenance, we went with this option that had the Lifetime Warranty. To address their drinking water quality, we also installed our State Certified Ultroflow Reverse Osmosis that provides an 80%-98% reduction in everything else that is in the water. This system provides bottled water quality from their on water source. They now have odor free water and enjoy drinking the water on a regular basis.
Mr. and Mrs. K were concerned about hard water negatively influencing their home and the chlorine levels that the city was putting into their water. Not only that, but they also wanted good quality drinking water. They chose to move forward with the EVRC because it both softens the water, and removes chlorine that is put into city water. In regard to the drinking water quality, they chose to go with the Eclipse Ultroflow Reverse Osmosis drinking system that provides them an 80%-98% reduction of EVERYTHING that is in the water, providing them Food Grade water.
Mr. L was experiencing hardness breakthrough, and in addition to that, his water softener was leaking as well. With numerous concerns, it was time to look for a replacement; Mr. L went with the EVR that now provides softened water and is no longer worried about the functionality of his water softener.
High Iron levels and Hardness breakthrough made it obvious to this homeowner that something was wrong, The age of the previous softener made it an easy choice for the homeowner to purchase new equipment. This is our Evolve series softener.
Mr. and Mrs. K had been experiencing problems from their hard water and had to replace appliances. Not only that, but Mrs. K has eczema that is strongly influenced by her water. We found that the EVRC, that both softens the water and removes the chlorine, was the best fit. This gives Mrs. K the best water possible for her eczema because hard water and chlorine further dries the skin and removing these factors will make things that much better for Mr. and Mrs. K. Not only were they concerned about their home and skincare, but they wanted the best drinking water they could get, so we provided food-grade water with our Ultroflow Reverse Osmosis system as well.
Mr. and Mrs. B were experiencing a terrible odor that caused them to not enjoy drinking their water, but they also didn't have a water softener in place, so calcium build up was prevalent with 17gpg of hardness. After meeting with our project coordinator and further assessing the situation, we found that the EVR-1044U in combination with the EVS-1354 would be the perfect remedy for Mr. and Mrs. B's concerns. They no longer have to handle clorox/bleach regularly, the rotten egg-like odor was removed and soft water is now running through all lines to protect the home.
Homeowners in Appleton that were on well water were having iron staining and pungent sulfur smells. Their older water softener was unable to keep up with the iron levels coming through, and was doing nothing for the noticeable odor, so they had us come in for a consultation. We found higher iron levels, and trace amounts of sulfur odor that allowed us to apply our Zeolite system in this particular situation. The EV2-1054-MIN is what our customers choose when we're addressing hardness, high iron, and some odors as well; the all-in-one approach simplifies the treatment for private homeowners and allows us to take care of numerous concerns in ONE tank. Now Mr. M and Mr. L will have all of their water quality concerns resolved by only applying a single piece of equipment.
Mr. H was having issues with his water softener that was 20+ years old and instead of putting more money into his older system he chose to go with a newer option. Mr. H chose to go with our entry level professional grade softener, the ES. The ES is providing him with softened water on a more continuous basis.
Mr. and Mrs. B were having concerns with their past water softener; they were having hardness and iron breakthrough. With higher levels of iron, a standard water softener would not be sufficient enough to prevent staining. They chose to go with an Iron Filter in combination with the EVRS Resin Water Softener. Their iron is now being capture prior to the water softener, so that the softener can have a more efficient, and longer life-span. Their water in the home is now iron free and softened.
Mr. and Mrs. C were having issues with an older water softener that was already in place when moving into their new home. After testing their water and speaking with them, the best solution was to move forward with a new EVRS. The EVRS does not have the issues that the older softener had and is providing softened all through out the home now.
Ms. S was noticing an odor coming from the water in the home she just purchased. She had recently rented out the home and was looking to remediate the odor that seemed to be a nuisance. We found that the ONE Filter with a carbon block filter was the best option to take care of her trace levels of odor. Ms. S and her tenants are now able to enjoy their water without any foul odor.
Mr. S had an older water softener that was stuck in it's regeneration cycle and was recommended a new water softener. After testing water to see what the best fit would be for his extrememly hard water, we chose to go with the EVRS that was going to handle the hardness of the water and the small amounts of iron that was present as well.
A service call for repair uncovered a water softener that was installed in 1999. The industry average life expectancy is 10-15 years for a water softener. Realizing this, our Service Technichian Kyle determined the costs to repair the existing unit far outweighed the cost to purchase new. The homeowner elected to meet with Jason our Project Coordinator and decided to go with our Evolve Series Conditioner.
Mr. and Mrs. M were having odor coming through their filter that addresses iron and odor. After having us come to the home to assess the situation, they determined that it made more sense to invest in a replacement versus fixing an aging system. We went with the EVFE air charge filter that is addressing both the odor and the iron that the older system wasn't handling.
Mr. and Mrs. G found that their previous water softener from one of the many big box stores was no longer keeping up with their hard water and seemed to have hard water break through into their lines, but it was also located in an inconvenient location in the basement. After meeting with our Project Coordinator, they were able to find a professional grade softener that both softened their water and addressed the levels of iron that would stain appliances and fixtures around the home. We were also able to place the new water softener in a much preferred location for future basement projects. They are now set up with our EVR-1044U that is going to address their specific water quality concerns and allow them to continue forward with their basement improvements.
Mr. and Mrs. M had a 20+ year water softener that was leaking, and they found that it made most sense to look at newer, more efficient options. With their current water softener causing issues, we looked at our EVRS to be their solution. We were able to solve the leaking concerns, and provide a system that functions well with their water use and lifestyle; providing softened water in a clean manner.
Homeowners in Winneconne found that they had precipated sulfur coming out of their faucets as black fleck and their previous water softener was unable to address this concern. With their previous softener being 15+ years old, they chose to be proactive and move forward with a new water softener that also addressed the black fleck that was coming from their well. The EVRC was the answer to their water treatment needs because it both has a carbon filter, and softens with resin on the bottom half of it's tank. They now have softened water and sulfur sediment removed.
Mr. and Mrs. D were experiencing staining and odor from their water, and had 20 year old softener that wasn't keeping up. We chose to replace with our All-In-One water conditioner, the EV2. With their higher levels of iron, some sulfur odor, and hard water, it made sense to go with a system that could handle it all, without multiple pieces of equipment. They are now odor free, stain free, and receive soft water on a consistent basis.
Mrs. B was experiencing brown water coming from the faucet and had concerns about her 10+ year old water softeners' capabilities. After installing our EVRS water softener, we now had treatment in place that is now able to handle the iron levels coming from the well.
Mr. and Mrs. G were having concerns about their water softener that was aging and allowing iron to break through and cause staining. After setting up a consult and having our Project Coordinator go to the home and assess what was going on; we found that the old softener was iron fouled and was actually the source of the staining. After moving forward with an EVRS, we no longer had a unit that was bleeding iron and it is now providing consistently softened water.
Mr. F moved into his retirement home in Waupaca and found that the water softener there at the home was not providing softened water. After assessing Mr. F's water conditions, we found that he would see the most benefit out of the salt efficient EVR, but also from the Ultroflow Reverse Osmosis to provide good Food Grade water for their drinking and cooking.
Mr. and Mrs. S were having hard water and iron break through throughout the house with their past equipment. The industry average for the life-span of water softeners is about 10-15 years, and with a unit that was 11 years old, it wasn't performing to the quality this family deserved. With the fluctuation of extremely hard water and iron being present, we equipped this family with an iron filter and a resin water softener that would address any fluctuation in hardness. Mr. and Mrs. S now have their water being treated with the EVFE-1248 and the EVR-1054U that is supplemented with a Lifetime Warranty.
Mr. and Mrs. A bought a new home that had water treatment equipment completely removed. With higher levels of iron staining their house and the hard water wreaking havoc on their appliances, they decided to give us a call. After testing water, we found that the best solution was to go with our EVFE iron filter and our EVR water softener, because this route is going to create the most efficient salt usage possible. They are now living in their new home with soft, iron-free water.
Mr. and Mrs. A began noticing a difference in their water quality, and after our annual maintenance visit, we found that hard water was breaking through their older water softener. After discussing their different options, we found that the EVR was going to work best for them because of the salt efficiency that it would bring with their existing water conditions. Now they are as salt efficient as ever and their water is being softened.