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24 hour EMERGENCY SERVICE 365 days a year.
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Hot Water Heaters

One of the most disruptive, expensive and frustrating emergencies in any household is a water heater failure. Not only does it deprive you of the comfort and convenience of hot water, it usually includes a flood in the garage, laundry, utility room and more. Sometimes there is considerable damage to tile, carpet, dry wall and personal property. These events seem to NEVER happen at a convenient time.

At Rayne of the North Valley we keep an inventory of the most popular gas and electric water heaters. Our Master Service Technicians are on call 24 hours a day to respond. We’ll install a new water heater and haul the leaky one away. We will usually have you back in hot water and help clean up the mess in just an hour or two. And there is no extra charge for after hours, week ends or holidays.

Our standard water heater replacement includes removal and disposal of the old leaker, delivery and installation of the new heater with new pressure relief valve, leak tray under the new heater, new dialectric connectors and a comprehensive safety check.

Let Rayne of the North Valley keep you in HOT WATER.

Reverse Osmosis


Standard water purifier installations include a main shut off valve, health department compliant drain connection, separate purified water spigot and purified water connected to the refrigerator for ice and drinking water.

Pre-plumbed: Pre-plumbed reverse osmosis connections usually include:

  • A spare hole in the sink or counter top for installation of the purified water spigot
  • A poly tubing “ice line” from the reverse osmosis to the area behind the refrigerator to provide purified water for ice and cold water
  • Disconnect city water and attach purified water to refrigerator

Non-pre-plumbed: Our Master Service Technicians regularly install reverse osmosis systems where there is no pre-plumbing. When necessary they are prepared to:

  • Drill a hole in sink or counter top (including marble and reunite) to install purified water spigot
  • Install poly ice line from reverse osmosis to refrigerator and ice maker
  • Disconnect city water and attach purified water to refrigerator
  • In rare occasions it is not possible to install an ice line. In those cases there are other options for treating the refrigerator water

Reverse Osmosis Filter Service

Most major manufacturers recommend installing new reverse osmosis filters at least once per year. GE, Sears and several others recommend every six months. Just let us know the frequency you prefer and North Valley will:

  • Send you a post card reminder to set an appointment for a filter change at the appropriate interval
  • Inspect the entire system for leaks
  • Inspect faucet operation (clean, lubricate & adjust if necessary)
  • Check total dissolved minerals in untreated water
  • Check total dissolved minerals in treated water
  • Remove existing filters
  • Clean and sanitize housings & manifold assembly
  • Clean and lubricate o-rings
  • Install new high quality filters
  • Check air pressure in holding tank (add air if necessary)
  • Sanitize holding tank
  • Inspect & clean drain line, flow control and saddle valve
  • Turn off ice maker if connected to purified water and provide customer with additional information
  • Provide customer with and/or fill out and date Filter Maintenance Schedule near reverse osmosis

Note: After filter replacement, please do not use the reverse osmosis for several hours to allow it to refill the holding tank. Then lift the faucet handle and allow the unit to rinse until the water begins to run very slowly from the faucet. Don’t be alarmed if the first water out is black or grey. (This is due to fine carbon dust.) Your reverse osmosis water may appear cloudy (milky) for a week or so after the filter service. This is caused by air in the system and should go away with use. 

When your system isn’t used for a week or more, lift the faucet handle and empty the holding tank. This will cause the unit to rinse and refill with fresh water. Please call Rayne of the North Valley if you have any questions or concerns.

Water Softeners


Standard water softener installations include a main shut off valve and a soft water hose valve near the softener. The hose valve provides soft water for car washing, windows and any other outdoor event that may require soft water.

Pre-plumbed (Loop): A pre-plumbed water softener loop usually includes:

  • A “loop” of water tubing to attach the water softener/conditioner to provide water in and water out
  • A waste fitting to attach the drain to dispose of regeneration rinse water
  • An electrical plug to provide power to the system

No loop – no problem: Our Master Service Technicians routinely install water softener/conditioners in homes that do not have loops. These installations commonly cost no more than installations on a loop unless additional plumbing is necessary. Call for a FREE no obligation estimate. The requirements are the same as systems on loops:

  • Water tubing to attach to the softener / conditioner – hard water in and soft water out
  • A waste line to a drain to dispose of regeneration and rinse water
  • An electrical connection to provide power to the system
  • No loop systems are generally installed in the garage, however, depending on the plumbing and available space, many of them are installed out doors

Automatic Salt Delivery

A Rayne technician will visit your home on a 90 day schedule. During his visits the technician will add the proper amount of salt and perform a 10 point inspection of the water conditioner. You pay for the salt… the service is FREE:

  • Inspect the entire system for leaks
  • Check for salt bridge (eliminate when necessary)
  • Top off the salt storage tank with water softener salt or potassium
  • Check the raw water and softened water for hardness
  • Visual inspection for proper water level in salt storage tank and correct time on controller
  • Check electronic program
  • Adjust meter and program settings if necessary
  • Check and clean nozzles, venturi and flow restrictors
  • Check and lubricate by pass valve
  • Operational check
  • Annual cleaning and sanitizing of water softener resin and salt storage tank.


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