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Jacksonville Water Softeners and Water Purification Systems


water softeners jacksonville FloridaFor over 40 years The Copp family has been providing customized water softener solutions and water purification systems throughout North Florida. Launched in 2005, All Florida Softwater of Saint Johns quickly became the North Florida leader in providing the best service and prices for Duval and St. Johns County including the World Golf Village, Nocatee, Ponte Vedra and more. Glenn and his team provide personal service and customized solutions that will fit your needs and make your water clearly better. Request Free Information or Call Today!
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Facts About Hard Water

It is a fact that 85% of the country has hard water. From soap scum, scaly skin, low water pressure and costly appliance breakdowns, a home owner pays dearly for filling their plumbing system with untreated water from a well or a municipal water system. Fortunately, the solution for these many problems is simple. Just add a home water treatment system from All Florida Soft Water in Jacksonville, Florida.


Save Time and Money

Water Softeners eliminate the effects of hard water. Water is “softened” by removing calcium and magnesium. By doing this, you can extend the life of appliances and household plumbing up to 30%, save money by using less soaps and detergents, and even spend less time cleaning kitchens and bathrooms. There are many benefits to having treated water, these are just a few.

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All Florida Softwater wants to help you. Tell us about your water problems and we will find a solution for you even if it means repairing an already existing water system you may have in your home.

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