What's In Your Water?
Suburban Water Filtration is Palm Beach County’s premier water filtration and water softener supplier. We have been in business for over 50 years, family owned and operated - with only one thing in mind - providing you and your family with healthy drinking water.
First at Suburban Water Conditioning and now at Suburban Water Filtration, we have spent decades helping families in Palm Beach County, Florida, deal with the issues of providing pure quality drinking water for their families. Water conditioning goes beyond basic water filtration however. Water softeners reduce hardness and reduce the damage done to pipes as well as increase the effectiveness of laundry soaps and shampoos.
Whether you live within the city limits and your home is provided with public water or in rural Palm Beach County and depend on well water in your home, providing the best quality water for your family is very important. Even though public water provided by the city has a level of potability required by law, it can be argued that many of the chemicals added to public water systems to kill bacteria may have their own downside when it comes to drinking water. A quality water conditioning system can help remove these chemicals and provide your family with a higher quality drinking water.
Quality water conditioning adds to the quality of life.
Taste– eliminating odors and other contaminants offers a pure and fresh flavor. Combined with a water purification system, you will enjoy some of the highest quality water available.
Bathing– soap rinses completely off, leaving the body clean and skin soft and luxurious.
Laundry– cleaner laundry, brighter colors, softer and fresher smelling clothes.
Dishes– sparkling clean dishes. Less spotting, films and soapy residue.
Cleaning – improve the effectiveness of cleaners. Use less cleaning agents. Save money on soap, detergent, shampoo and other cleaners.
Maintenance – avoid the buildup and scale in your pipes and other appliances. Scale can buildup into a hard destructive element that can eventually destroy pipes and appliances. Reduce the cost of unnecessary repairs.