Family-Owned Water Softener Installation Company in Duval County, Florida

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Why choose our family-owned Water Treatment Company?

Prompt, reliable service with over 35 year's worth of experience
Warrantied work and we’ll always make sure you’re happy
Top quality guaranteed from our family-owned company
Honest work at affordable prices
Financing so you and your family will have clean water year-round
Competitively priced so you can get the water treatment system that suits your needs
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What to Expect from GC Water Treatment?

Prompt, reliable service with over 35 year's worth of experience
Reliable work with responsive staff
Best prices in town
Amazing customer service
Not complicated like other water softener companies
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Areas We Serve in

Duval County, Florida

Jacksonville
Jacksonville Beach
Atlantic Beach
Neptune Beach
Baldwin
And more!

Counties Near Duval We Serve

Hernando County
Hillsborough County
Pasco County
Pinellas County
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What to Expect from GC Water Treatment?

If you’re searching for water softeners in Duval County, FL, you can trust our plumbing expertise at GC Water Treatment. Whole-house water softeners can make a big difference in the quality of the water that comes out of your taps. Hard water is full of minerals and other things that shouldn't be there. This can make your dishes dirty and make you feel slimy when you take a shower. By leaving minerals on the walls of your pipes, hard water can also shorten the life of your plumbing. Water softening systems can get rid of these contaminants and give you safe water to use at home.

Duval County Water Softener Installation

Our experts can help you figure out what kind of water softener system would work best for you. We're very sensitive to your needs and budget, and we'll work with you to find the best water quality solutions for your home.

Types of Water Softener and Water Filter Systems GC Water Treatment Can Install in Duval County:

  • Culligan Hard Water Softening Systems
  • Kinetico Hard Water Softening Systems
  • Lowes Hard Water Softening Systems
  • Home Depot Hard Water Softening Systems
  • Pentair Hard Water Softening Systems
  • Whirpool Hard Water Softening Systems
  • Rheem Water softener
  • Calgon Water Softener
  • Costco Water Softeners
  • Springwell Water Softeners
  • Ecowater Water Softeners
  • Rayne Water Softeners and Home Water Filtration
  • Whole House Hard Water Softenening Systems
  • Alkaline Water Dispenser and Filter Installation
  • Kangen Alkaline Water Machine
  • Reverse Osmosis Systems
  • Water Purification
  • Water Filter Supplier
  • Water Testing Service
  • Water Treatment Supplier
  • Water Softening Equipment Supplier

Premium Water Softeners in Duval County, FL

There are many reasons why you might want to get a water softener for your home. Even though municipal utilities do a good job of filtering the water that comes into your home, some contaminants can still get through. Minerals in your water make it hard, which causes problems like soap scum and wears out your pipes. With a whole-house water softener, you can filter out these impurities and minerals to make your water safer and easier on your pipes, plumbing appliances, and fixtures. It can even make your clothes feel softer, help your skin and hair, and give you many other benefits that make it a good investment for your home.

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Benefits of Using GC Water Treatment’s Water Softeners for Your Home

Better tasting water
Softer skin
Cleaner hair
Prevent damage to your plumbing and appliances
Reduced water spots on dishes
Reduced mineral buildup
Improved cleaning ability
Reduce water bills
Prevents soap films and detergent curds in sinks, bathtubs, and washing machines

Duval County, FL Water Softener Systems Expertise

At GC Water Treatment, we provide our customers with the best water softener systems in Duval County and make it as easy as possible to make sure you get the exact one that fits your needs. Since 1985, our family-owned business has served the area and has kept an A+ rating. We have also won the Circle of Excellence Award as a Puronics Premier Dealer. Our team has been recognized for its high level of expertise, and we've won the Best Of Awards in several cities in Florida and the USA. We do good work because we have a lot of experience. Since 1980, the same family members have been running the business, and we still do things the right way. We never do anything wrong. We care about all of our customers and employees, and we make sure that customers like you are treated right by being good leaders.

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What Does A Water Softener Do?

Several things affect the quality of the water in your home. Minerals get into the water in your home by breaking down from things like rocks or metals. They go from where the water comes from to your house. The hardness of water comes from these minerals that are in it. A water softener softens the water in your home by using a process called ion-exchange to get rid of the minerals that are in the water. This leaves you with soft water.

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Water softeners leave you with a number of great benefits, including the following:

Softer skin
Cleaner hair
Cleaner dishes
Less time spent cleaning
Brighter and softer clothes
Prevent damage to your plumbing and appliances

Water softening utilizes a process called "ion exchange" to remove dissolved minerals such as calcium and magnesium.

You can't stop these minerals with a filter, so a molecular reaction is necessary - and that’s where water softener equipment comes into play. Resin beads in water softeners hold sodium, and when hard water flows through the resin, the sodium is exchanged for the minerals in the hard water. The softener keeps the minerals in the hard water from getting to your skin, hair, or plumbing.

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Other Water Treatment-Related Services GC Water Treatment Offers:

Water softening equipment supplier
Water cooler supplier
Water filter supplier
Water purification company
Water testing service

FAQ

Water Treatment Frequently Asked Questions

What is hard water?

More than 85% of the water in North America is hard because it is made that way by nature. Minerals like calcium and magnesium are dissolved in hard water. When this water dries, the minerals it contains stick to everything it touches, like your pipes, hair, and skin.

The Water Quality Association says that hard water has more than one grain per gallon (GPG) of dissolved minerals. However, relative levels of hardness have been set and are as follows:

  • Soft - less than 1 GPG
  • Slightly hard - 1 to 3.5 GPG
  • Moderately hard - 3.5 to 7 GPG
  • Hard - 7 to 10.5 GPG
  • Very Hard - 10.5 and higher GPG
What Size Water Softener Do I Need?

If you need help figuring out what size or type of water softener is best for you and your family, please don't hesitate to contact us! Our experts on water treatment have worked together for years and can help you make the right decision.

How big or big a water softener you need for your home depends on a number of things, such as:

  • The hardness of your water
  • The service capacity from your well or municipal water supply
  • Your typical household water usage
  • Overall flow rate
What are the effects of hard water?

The presence of hard water in your home results in:

  • Limescale buildup around faucets or showerheads
  • Soap scum on shower walls, bathtubs, sinks and other fixtures
  • Plumbing and pipe corrosion
  • Streaky or spotted dishes
  • Stiff, scratchy laundry
  • Irritated, dry skin or dull, lifeless hair
  • Decreased efficiency of appliances and more frequent breakdowns
  • An increase in the amount of soap and detergent needed for cleaning
What is the difference between softening and filtering water?

You don't have to know a lot about water to understand how water softening and water filtration work. Here is a short version of what happens when water is softened or filtered.

To get rid of dissolved minerals like calcium and magnesium that can't be caught in a filter bed, "ion exchange" is used to soften water. Softeners have sodium-coated resin beads in them. When water goes into the tank, calcium and magnesium in the water are drawn to the resin. The resin trades the sodium for the minerals that are dissolved in the water. This helps to get rid of the impurities in the water.

To filter water, on the other hand, you have to separate the particles from the water. By running water through a "filter bed" or "media bed," these small particles are caught, and cleaner water flows to your tap. Water filters are better than water softeners because they remove a wider range of contaminants.

Is it safe to drink softened water?

Yes, softened water is safe for almost everyone to drink. Some people worry that drinking water that has been softened will make them eat more sodium. But when water is softened, only a small amount of sodium is added. If sodium levels are still a problem, adding a reverse osmosis drinking water system to your water softener can help cut down on salt and other potentially harmful contaminants.

Does a water softener require maintenance?

Yes, a water softener does need regular maintenance to keep working at its best. Having a local GC Water Treament expert check on your equipment once a year could not only extend the life of your water softener but also save you money on repairs in the future. As part of this inspection, the water will be tested. This helps find any other contaminants that could affect how the machine works.

Most water softeners are easy to use. Even more so if salt levels are checked often. GC Water Treament can help with a scheduled salt delivery service that checks the unit and saves you from having to move and lift those heavy bags.

But if you want to do it yourself, make sure to use good solar salt. This should make another problem less of a problem—salt building up in the brine tank. A salt bridge is a layer of salt crust that has become hard. If you suddenly don't have soft water or your softener stops using salt, you should check the brine tank before calling for help. High temperatures, high humidity, or low-quality salt can all cause a bridge that stops the resin beads in the softener from regenerating. Be careful when cleaning salt bridges, because if you don't do it right, you could make a hole in the side of your water softener.

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Reverse Osmosis Systems in Duval County, FL

GC Water Treatment’s Reverse Osmosis Systems are great quality and will provide you with clean drinking water for decades. The flow rates of these systems range from 225 gallons per day to 43,200 gallons per day and can be used in commercial and light industrial settings. Each product line comes with a number of features that come as standard and are based on the size of the equipment.

GC Water Treatment has a solution for people in Duval County, FL who want cleaner water. We are Duval County’s best water company, and we'd love to install you a new reverse osmosis system in your house today!

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Our Services

Our Water Treatment and Conditioning Services

  • Water Softeners

    Meet all your company's water needs with one of our impressive commercial systems.
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    Commercial Systems

    Meet all your company's water needs with one of our impressive commercial systems.
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  • Reverse Osmosis

    For the ultimate in clean water in your home or business, a reverse osmosis system is the answer.
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    Water Coolers

    Your employees and customers will appreciate the clean water that comes from our coolers.
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A team of reliable and experienced contractors

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Reasons soft water is beneficial to have.

Whole-house soft water saves you money by reducing the amount of detergent, soap, and shampoo you use.
A water softener can lower your gas or electric bill by preventing pipe damage and scale build-up.
Using soft water throughout your household can improve function and longevity of major appliances.
Soft water dissolves and penetrates soap, less soap scum or curd collects in your bathroom. Save time spent cleaning.

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What our clients says about us and our work

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Wayne Atwell
If you are ready to upgrade your water system, you need to contact Bill at Gulf Coast Water Management! Not only was he knowledgable and helpful with every question I presented, he was ready to set me up with an amazing water system at a very reasonable price! I would highly recommend!!!
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Stephanie Murray
I am the proud owner of peace of mind!The water filter system Loyd had installed was exactly the added safety we were looking for . Loyd took the time to listen assessed our needs and fulfilled all our expectations what a wonderful young man . It was truly a pleasure I know who to call if my family or friends would like that peace of mind as well. Thank you again Loyd! Customer for life sir.
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Loyd was awesome! I really learned a lot about our water. He was very detailed and funny! This is definitely a product that I am interested in!
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