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Soft Water Works Harder

From drinking and cooking to bathing and laundering, water is the single most important resource that touches our lives every day. Have you ever experienced trying to remove those stubborn hard water spots from the shower door only to find that they come right back? Does your top of the line stainless steel dishwasher cloud over with film even when you use their recommended “rinse aid” and name brand soaps? Then chances are you have very hard water!

Everyday Northeast Florida residents have to deal with hard water problems such as stubborn spots on the shower door and costly repairs to the plumbing system. Even with expensive soaps and high end appliances kitchens and bathrooms seem to never be free from the annoying spots and ugly film. The problem is not with the appliances or soaps it’s the water that supplies your home. The Floridian Aquifer, our source for water in NE Florida, is a limestone aquifer. Water dissolves the limestone and upon entering your home it mixes with oxygen or heat which turns it back into limestone inside your home. In fact soap scum is the result of the soaps you use mixing with the hardness minerals. The best answer to this problem is to remove the hardness minerals before they enter your home through softening. A water softener is a great low cost solution to your hard water problems.

Florida Water Technologies specializes in offering top of the line water softeners at common sense pricing with excellent customer service.

For more information, for a free in-home test of your water, or for an analysis on your current system contact Brad Berdon with Florida Water Technologies Inc at (904) 887-0361 or visit us on the web at  http://www.floridawatertechnologies.com/.


Brad Berdon has owned and operated Florida Water Technologies Inc. since 2008. We specialize in providing great water softeners at common sense prices. Feel free to contact us @ 904-887-0361 or email brad@floridawatertechnologies.com

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