Whole Home Water Filtration

Water Treatment & Filtration LLC

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Whole Home Filter Benefits

Cleaner Dishes

A water treatment system can remove impurities, contaminants, and chemicals from your water. This can lead to better-tasting water and reduce the risk of health issues associated with contaminated water.

Appliance Lifespan

Hard water, which contains high levels of minerals like calcium and magnesium, can cause scale buildup in appliances such as water heaters, dishwashers, and washing machines. Over time, this scale buildup can reduce the efficiency and lifespan of these appliances. A water softener or other treatment system can help prevent scale buildup, extending the lifespan of your appliances and saving you money on repairs and replacements.

Healthy Skin & Hair

Removing contaminants from your water can help protect your health and the health of your family. Many waterborne contaminants, such as bacteria, viruses, lead, chlorine, and pesticides, can have adverse health effects when ingested over time. A water treatment system provides an added layer of protection against these potential health risks.

Customers reviews

Carol Craft
Carol Craft
April 9, 2024
We appreciate your service person checking our water filtration system, and we never see the service person unless we need to ask a question. We assume everything is good unless we hear something different. Gives us peace of mind.
Ben Voorhees
Ben Voorhees
April 5, 2024
These guys are the absolute best. Mike and his crew have installed filtration systems at my house, and 2 other houses in our immediate family. Everything done perfectly each time, going above and beyond. Highly recommend
Pearl Cream By Dr. Anna Dr. Anna L. Baker, Sarasota
Pearl Cream By Dr. Anna Dr. Anna L. Baker, Sarasota
April 1, 2024
Mike did a great job of fixing our water system. We highly recommend him.
Larry Burns
Larry Burns
March 29, 2024
I called this company to help me change out the filters on my RO system under the sink and was very impressed with Michael's expert explanation so i can now change them out myself when needed. I then asked him to tell me about their whole house water filtration system. I am confident that you will find the WATER TREATMENT & FILTRATION company a great choice if you are tired of dry skin (chlorine in the water) and heavy dirty feeling hair (sediment) and scale everywhere from city water. Every step of the process and maintenance is explained. My hair came out so fluffy and clean. I didn't even use conditioner. Very happy consumer here.
Joe Daigle
Joe Daigle
March 27, 2024
Appreciate Kevin updating on how my system works and answering my questions. Good and prompt service
Richard Hilton
Richard Hilton
March 25, 2024
Service was excellent, as usual. Kudos to all involved.
Betty Adam
Betty Adam
March 25, 2024
We would like to continue your maintenance program. You do such a great reliable job with our water. We can’t say enough good about your work and company and the way your staff treats us so respectfully and makes sure we are always taken care of. Thank you so much!! Scott and Betty Adam.
kay neary
kay neary
March 20, 2024
We live in the country, have a well, and have animals so our water is very important to us. We know that we can trust Water Treatment and Filtration to keep our water safe and flowing.
Marina Plaza
Marina Plaza
March 14, 2024
Great service and speed
Debra Bartlett
Debra Bartlett
March 13, 2024
This is a new company. I just started using. They have been wonderful. On-time keeping me informed and doing a great job. Thank you so much for your work.

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What are the benefits of a residential water softener?

How Florida resident’s could benefit from a whole home water system from Water Treatment & Filtration LLC

At Water Treatment and Filtration LLC, our customer-centric approach begins with empowering our clients to understand their water quality. Whether accessing our local database for municipal water assessments or opting for a complimentary home water test for well water systems, we ensure transparency in revealing what’s in your water. Armed with these insights, our expert team recommends tailored products and services to address specific water concerns effectively. From water softeners to reverse osmosis systems, we offer comprehensive solutions to meet diverse needs. To streamline the process, we schedule a consultation call to discuss the delivery and installation of the recommended water treatment solution, ensuring a hassle-free experience from start to finish. With Water Treatment and Filtration LLC, achieving cleaner, safer water for your home or business has never been easier.

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Why Choose Us

Welcome to Water Treatment & Filtration LLC, your trusted partner for superior water quality solutions tailored specifically to Florida’s unique water conditions. As a locally owned and operated company, we take great pride in serving our community with unparalleled expertise and dedication.

Why Choose Us?

  1. Expertise in Florida’s Water: At Water Treatment & Filtration LLC, we understand the intricacies of Florida’s water like no one else. With years of experience serving homeowners across the state, we’ve honed our expertise to address the specific challenges and contaminants present in Florida’s water sources.
  2. Customized Solutions: Every home and every water source is unique. That’s why we specialize in crafting tailored whole-home water filtration and treatment systems designed to meet the individual needs of our customers. From municipal water supplies to private wells, we have the knowledge and technology to provide comprehensive solutions that ensure clean, healthy water for you and your family.
  3. Locally Owned and Operated: As a local business, we’re deeply invested in the well-being of our community. When you choose Water Treatment & Filtration LLC, you’re not just getting a product or service—you’re supporting a small business that prioritizes customer satisfaction and the highest standards of quality.
  4. Professional Installation: Our team of skilled technicians is dedicated to ensuring that your whole-home water system is installed correctly and efficiently. From initial consultation to final installation, we’re committed to delivering a seamless experience that exceeds your expectations.
  5. Ongoing Support: Your satisfaction is our top priority, which is why we offer ongoing support and maintenance services to keep your water system operating at peak performance. Whether you have questions, concerns, or simply need routine maintenance, you can rely on us to be there when you need us.


Most frequent questions and answers

No. The human body gains the minerals necessary to
good health primarily through eating foods, not through drinking
water. The body may absorb or use the minerals in water but, in
most cases, the amount would not be significant. In order for a
person to obtain sufficient minerals from water, it would be
necessary to drink many gallons daily. In general, neither a water
with a high mineral content, nor a fully softened water, could be
considered a significant source of minerals. In contrast, one glass of milk provides the mineral equivalent of multiple gallons of ordinary well water. (Cow’s milk contains about 8,000 milligrams per liter of dissolved minerals.)

Note: Certain trace elements, such as fluoride, iodine, etc., may
be obtained from water. However, these would not be removed
through common household water softening.

Yes, softened water is satisfactory for most tropical fish. According to several authorities, both fully softened water and municipally softened water should not have an undesirable or toxic effect for use in an aquarium. The most common recommendation is to introduce any water quality changes
gradually. WQA recommends checking with aquaculture experts
on the exact process.

 Yes. Softened water provides for easier maintenance of a humidifier. When hard water is evaporated, the mineral residue consists of a hard scale which normally requires some drastic treatment (such as chipping or acid) for its removal. When softened water is used, any residue can usually be
removed by flushing the unit with water or going over the surface
with a brush.

Where the amount of hardness minerals in the water is only moderate (less than 10 gpg), it is doubtful that the sodium concentration from softening would be sufficient to be a serious hazard to most plants. Most house plants require specific soil conditions for healthy growth. Many thrive best in slightly acid soils. If there is a high hardness concentration in the water being softened, the higher sodium concentration of the softened water
may be harmful to some plants. 

For outside sprinkling purposes, the use of softened water, for economy reasons, is not recommended unless necessary to prevent iron stains on buildings and concrete. Again, where the concentration of hardness minerals is heavy, the sodium salts replacing them might retard growth and might be sufficient to kill the grass.

Note: Where rainfall is rare, sodium accumulation is apt to be greatest. Heavy rain “rinses” the earth.

Actually removing calcium and magnesium from the water has little effect on the quality of ice prepared in the home. The reason is that softening the water does not reduce the total mineral concentration. To the extent that a softener removes sediment iron and manganese, for example, from water, this would help to produce at least cleaner ice. Filters can be helpful in removing iron, turbidity, tastes and odors from water used for icemaking. Demineralized water such as product water from reverse osmosis, distillation, or deionization is most ideal for icemaking of all types. The use of polyphosphates is an economical method of treating water used in typical restaurant icemaking units. 

The polyphosphates keep the minerals in the water dispersed and, in this way, minimize the cloudy appearance of ice cubes.

The amounts of sodium in softened water are minuscule compared to other normal dietary sources of sodium. In fact, ion exchange softening of water with very high levels of hardness such as 75 grains per gallon of total water hardness would add less sodium to the drinking water than is allowed in
beverages meeting the U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations for “Low Sodium” labeling. The polyphosphates keep the minerals in the water dispersed and, in this way, minimize the cloudy appearance of ice cubes.

Neither hard nor softened water should be used with a steam iron. Distilled water, or water treated by reverse osmosis, is acceptable for use over a period of time. Bear in mind that the softening of water does not remove the minerals, but that softened water minerals can be more easily rinsed from the iron. beverages meeting the U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations for “Low Sodium” labeling. The polyphosphates keep the minerals in the water dispersed and, in this way, minimize the cloudy appearance of ice cubes.

When first using softened water for household cleaning chores, it is best to use as little soap as possible. If necessary, the homeowner can gradually increase the quantity to produce the results desired.

Several studies have been conducted to determine the exact nature of water softener recharge waste effluents and their effects on private sewage disposal systems. These studies evaluated three major areas, all dealing with the effect of effluents developed during the recharge of household water
softeners. The studies found that a properly sized and operated Demand Initiated Regeneration (DIR) water softener on an efficient salt setting of 3,500 grains per pound of salt or better will not have harmful effects on a septic tank, including the Advanced Treatment Unit (ATU) type.

No, softening does not change the corrosive nature of water. The removal of hardness with an ion exchange water softener does not affect the factors which cause corrosion. Softening does not change corrosion factors such as pH or carbon dioxide concentration, dissolved oxygen concentration,
or the total chemical concentration of minerals. A softener may reduce the amounts of solid particles in the water, but cannot change other physical factors such as temperature, flow rates through pipes, or volumes of water used. Thus, ion exchange softening neither causes nor controls corrosion.

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