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"Your service tech was very professional and the installation looks GREAT!  " 
Michael H.,  DeLand

"Thank you so much for the exceptional service!  I appreciate you." 
Barb S.,  DeLand

"The professional and friendly approach they used was most impressive.  They were courteous, careful of the interior of our home, and able to show us how the system worked, as well as timely with their appointments."

"We recommend you and your team whenever we have the opportunity to do so. 
Robert S.,  DeLand

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are a few of the most commonly asked questions.

Isn't water just water?

Actually, there are three types of water. Utility Grade Water, Working Grade Water and Drinking Water. Utility Grade Water is water suited for watering your lawn and plants. It usually requires no water treatment. Working Grade Water needs to be higher quality because it runs through your plumbing, fixtures and water-using appliances. To make these essential household systems last longer and save you money, treated water is needed. Drinking Water is a key component of our lives. Since 70% of the human body is water, the water we drink and cook with must be the highest quality.

Do I need to get my water tested?

Yes. The test should include a minimum of hardness, iron, sulfur, tannins, TDS, chlorine, sodium and PH. We have the equipment to test your water accurately. We can also demonstrate the value of clean, soft water – and the cost of untreated water.

How do I choose a reputable company?

With so many companies offering water treatment systems and such a wide range of prices, it's difficult to know how one system compares to another. Listed below are some important tips to help consumers make an informed decision about their needs. Please take time to compare so that your family receives the very Best Water System.

1. Many new companies open each year with limited experience and knowledge about the water treatment industry.
2. Many companies close down every year leaving consumers without service and warranty support.
3. Shop with a national company that can provide warranties, service, parts and filters.

1. Efficiency refers to how much regenerant is required, how much water is needed, and how much time it takes to regenerate the system.
2. One system may use 4 to 5 times less regenerate and 9 to 10 times less water than another.
3. Consumers should compare the cost to operate and the amount of maintenance required on each system they're considering.

1. A low price is no bargain if the system doesn't perform as promised.
2. Make sure the quoted price includes installation. Get a written quote and make sure there are no hidden charges.
3. The company should provide literature, specifications, operating costs, written warranties and third party validations on the exact system quoted.

Maintenance Costs:
1. Review the costs to operate a system as well as the cost to rent or purchase it.
2. In many cases, the maintenance costs on a low priced system exceeds the savings.
3. The BEST value is the combination of a quality product with low maintenance, a solid manufacturers warranty, and a local reputable dealer.