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Old 06-19-2010, 01:54 PM
 
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Hi Does anyone know which electric company and natural gas company and water and sewer services Summer Glen? And a general idea of the monthly costs. Are water softeners necessary? Thanks
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Old 06-19-2010, 10:50 PM
 
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Default Water, Sewer, and Electric in SummerGlen

We carefully investigated both Stone Creek, in Ocala, and SummerGlen, in Summerfield, and selected Stone Creek based on amenities and closeness to shopping.

Dont' know if SummerGlen has the same utility providers as we have, but utilities are expensive and you will find yourself being much more aware of water, sewer, natural gas use than you probably are now.

Regarding water conditioners...many, but certainly not all, SummerGlen homes have permanently-installed water filtration systems and water conditioners. We recently bought both units at Sears and were easily installed by a plumber. The water filtration system is the new type that does not require filter element change; the water conditioner uses very little water softening pellets. By using both, you get pure, clean, filtered, soft water that tastes better, does away with need for Brita filters and the like, as well as need for buying bottled water. You'll save also on reduced amounts of detergents used daily, and your appliances will have greatly extended lifespans. Well worth the investment....check out Sears' pricing...you don't need an expensive water conditioner...a basic one will do fine.

Good luck.
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