Local Homeowners Turning to Service One for Water Treatment Services
LONGWOOD, Fla. (Sept. 22, 2014) – Just by turning on the tap, Florida residents know the local water isn’t “good.” Not only does Florida water taste bad, in some instances public water can be unhealthy containing chlorine, minerals, lead and other various pollutants. However, according to Service One AC of Longwood, residential water can be improved by installing a water softener and a water filtration system.
“The condition of your water is important to your family’s health,” said Bill Gouty, Service One founder and president. “The various particles in your water can contribute to illness, poor taste, dry skin, and impede cleaning dishes and clothing.”
To improve water quality, Service One recommends a reverse osmosis filtration system, which is a cost-effective way to get pure, pleasant tasting drinking water. This system can be installed for use in a single sink or as a whole house system, producing clean water for shower and bathing.
Hard water is also a common complaint in Florida. While hard water may not be a health concern (like chemicals in water), it is still annoying. Explains Gouty, “If you’ve noticed that your skin feels dry after showering, or that your dishes have spots after washing, you are most likely suffering from hard water. A water softener can remove the minerals that cause hard water so that you always have soft, healthy skin, and clean dishes.”
In addition to water treatment services, Service One also offers the latest in tankless and conventional water heaters. The GE GeoSpring Hybrid Water Heater is one of America’s most efficient 50-gallon water heaters, using 62-percent less energy and saving more than $300/year on utility bills. Also, growing in popularity are tankless water heaters, which are energy & space efficient, provide instant, unlimited hot water and have a longer life span.
“Whether you are looking to improve your water quality or save money on your monthly bills by updating your water heater, Service One has all the latest options for any situation,” said Gouty. “Our experienced plumbers can help you assess exactly what you need for your home.”
Founded in 2003, Service One is a locally owned and operated air conditioning, heating, and plumbing company that repairs, services and maintains all makes and models of air conditioning, heating, and plumbing equipment and fixtures. The company’s team of experts can also upgrade, replace, or install new air conditioning and heating equipment.
ABOUT SERVICE ONE: Founded in 2003 in Longwood, Florida, Service One is a locally owned and operated air conditioning, heating, and plumbing company. Service one repairs, services and maintains all makes and models of air conditioning, heating, and plumbing equipment and fixtures. The company serves residential and business customers in Orange, Seminole, Southwest Volusia, North Osceola and portions of Lake Counties. Service One offers flat rate pricing, with no hidden costs and a 100-precent satisfaction guarantee. Service One Air Conditioning is NATE certified, EPA certified, background checked and backed by excellent customer referrals. Contact: 407.966.4441 or visit www.serviceoneac.com.
This post was written by Plumbing Specialist