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The Top Provider of Water Treatment Services in Jacksonville, FL, and the Surrounding Areas

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Water entering your home can contain millions of microscopic harmful contaminants that you might be consuming without even knowing. That is why installing water treatment and conditioning systems courtesy of a plumber in Jacksonville, FL, and other areas we serve like St. Johns and St. Augustine is so important to clean out any pollutants visible or non-visible to naked eyes.

Griffin Service has been providing the highest quality water treatment services in Jacksonville, FL, and nearby areas for over 30 years serving the greater Jacksonville area. So call us today at 904-299-5050 to request an estimate for:

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How Home Water Gets Contaminated

Water is being contaminated everywhere every day. You may need a water softener installation due to:

Stormwater runoffs collect debris and drain them into ground and surface water.

Rivers and lakes being polluted with harmful chemicals from industrial and agricultural processes.

Well water contains high levels of toxic heavy metals like arsenic as they are not treated for contaminants like public water.

Municipal water is treated with disinfectant chemicals like chlorine and fluoride that can leave a harmful residue or unpleasant taste or smell when you drink it.

Wastewater, if not treated well can contain many disease-causing pollutants

The residential water supply comes through any one or more of the above sources. So the water that you are using for drinking, cooking, washing, cleaning, or for any other task in your home may not be safe.

Common pollutants found in St Johns and Jacksonville waters are pathogens, heavy metals, fluoride, chlorine, Disinfection Byproducts (DBPs), and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).

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    Effects of Waterborne Contaminants

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    Contaminated water damages your plumbing, utensils, and other water-using appliances. Common health effects include skin irritations, hair damage, tooth decay, gastrointestinal illness, reproductive problems, cardiovascular diseases, neurological disorders, and even cancer.

    Types of Water Treatment & Conditioning Solutions By Griffin Service

    Installing a Water Filtration System, Water Conditioner, Reverse Osmosis System, Distillation System, Aeration Treatment or Disinfection Treatment like UV systems in your home or office can greatly reduce these waterborne contaminants. Griffin offers all these water conditioning services:

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      Whole-house filters are a central water treatment unit designed to clean your entire water supply. These filtration systems are also called point-of-entry (POE) filters because they filter your water as it enters your home. So you can get safe water in the kitchen, bathroom, and laundry, and healthier and tastier water for preparing food and drinking with a water filtration system.

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      Water Conditioner or a water softener system is a type of whole house water filter that softens water by removing minerals that make water hard and cause scale.

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      Reverse Osmosis System

      Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification process that uses a partially permeable membrane to remove ions, unwanted molecules, and larger particles from drinking water. The process produces water of remarkable purity by separating chemicals, pesticides, pharmaceuticals, and dissolved solids from the water.

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      Ultrafiltration (UF) Systems

      Besides harmful particles, water contains many useful minerals. UF Systems uses a porous membrane to remove contaminants while retaining minerals.

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      Aeration Treatment

      Water aeration is the process of increasing or maintaining the oxygen saturation of water in both natural and artificial environments. This treatment is commonly used in industrial water conditioning, pond, lake, and reservoir management to address low oxygen levels or algal blooms. It also oxidizes soluble iron and manganese (found in many well waters) to insoluble precipitates. Aeration is often used to reduce the carbon dioxide liberated by a treatment process.

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      Water distillation system

      A water distiller is a water treatment method that removes contaminants from water by converting it into vapor before condensing it and returning it to a liquid state. The water distillation system removes fluoride, arsenic, lead, viruses, and other contaminants.

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      UV Water Purification

      A UV water purifier uses ultraviolet light to remove contaminants from water without using any chemicals. It is an effective means of disinfecting water in both residential and commercial properties. The UV system is highly recommended to homeowners who may suspect any E. coli, cryptosporidium, giardia, or any other types of bacteria and viruses.

    Trust Griffin Service to Install The Best Water Treatment & Conditioner

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    Griffin's water treatment system uses eco-friendly, energy-saving, and user-friendly technology. As a result, when you use our solution, you can save money (less utility bills), get an easily maintainable system, and use healthy and tasty water without harming the environment.

    We provide water treatment products and solutions in affiliation with industry top water treatment products producers.

    Our fully licensed and certified technicians are dedicated to and are available 24/7 for testing, diagnosing, and creating a water filtration solution customized for your specific problem.

    We are dedicated to bringing you legendary service through work transparency backed by a written guarantee.

    We also provide other relevant services such as cooling, heating, duct cleaning, etc. So you can have solutions to all your home comfort needs from one place.

    FAQs on Water Treatment

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    Schedule an Installation Today

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    So, call us today at 904-299-5050 or complete our contact form here and we will get back to you to answer your queries about our water conditioning services. We serve clients in: