Water Softener Systems for Daytona

Whole House Water Conditioning

Uses NO Electricity and NO Sodium*

World’s Best Drinking Water System

Removes More Contaminants Than Any Other System

Our home water treatment systems are cleverly engineered to solve virtually any water problem and produce luxuriously soft water and worry-free drinking water all throughout your home.

Kinetico’s Benefits

  • Protects plumbing and water-using appliances
  • Softer, smoother skin and silkier hair
  • Cleaner, whiter, brighter laundry, with less fading

Systems Naturally Remove

  • Bad Taste and Odor
  • Harmful Bacteria
  • Chlorine and Chemicals
  • Viruses
  • Hardness and Scale
  • Pharmaceuticals

Experience the Kinetico difference.

Call us at 1-(888)-420-2297 or fill out our Quote Form today for a free water test and more information on your home's specific filtration needs.

Kinetico Water Systems wants to make it as easy as possible for everyone to try clean water in their home. We will install a whole house water system and/or a reverse osmosis drinking water system in your home and let you try it FREE. At the end of the trial you may either rent or purchase the system or have us remove the system at no cost.

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Whether you use city water from the public works department or well water drawn from the Floridan aquifer, you can benefit from the whole house, no electricity water treatment that only Kinetico can provide.

Those who utilize well water will be very familiar with the typical problems found in Volusia County, including Ormond Beach and Daytona Beach; white residue left on dishes and fixtures, occasional bad smells or discolored water. This arises from the mineral content in the water from the Floridan aquifer.

excerpt from Florida Ground Water Report

Calcite dissolution reactions in shallow, well-developed flow systems account for the predominant CaHCO3 (Calcium bicarbonate ) water type. The CaHCO3 water type is dominant in Volusia County.

Hardness greater than 180 ppm is called very hard and is objectionable for most industrial and domestic uses. Many people in Florida use water having a hardness of from 200 to 400 ppm.

Daytona and Ormond City Water Additives

Volusia County Water Quality FAQs

What are some tips for better water quality?
Calcium particles in the water are a common water quality complaint that we receive. If customers drain and flush out their hot water heaters on an annual basis, they can remove the majority of these calcium particles that accumulate in the bottom of the hot water tank, which cause faucet screens and shower heads to clog. It is also recommended you remove and clean showerheads and faucet screens periodically to reduce any calcium buildup that may occur. Running the faucet in the kitchen sink for approximately one minute each morning before consuming any water can substantially reduce the potential of any accumulation of lead and copper concentrations. Lead and copper can leach into the water from plumbing connections overnight when water is not being used.

What is added to my water?
Well water is chlorinated for disinfecting requirements to keep the distribution system safe from pathogenic bacteria. At three of our Water Treatment Plants, an orthophosphate chemical is added for lead and copper control and bio-purge chemical is added as a corrosion inhibitor.

Why does water need to be disinfected?
Disinfectants are required because they prevent the spread of germs that cause diseases. Years ago, before disinfectants were used for drinking water, diseases such as cholera, typhoid fever, and dysentery were common. Drinking water disinfection has vastly improved the quality and safety of drinking water.

Why does my water sometimes have a chlorine taste or smell?
Pursuant to state and federal laws, very small amounts of chlorine are added to your water as a disinfecting agent to protect you from disease-causing microorganisms. If you are bothered by the chlorine taste, keep an open pitcher of tap water in the refrigerator; the chlorine will dissipate rapidly if the water is allowed to sit. Water run first thing in the morning might have a chlorine smell. Chlorine is an oxidant and can react with household plumbing during periods of non-use. Running fresh water through the pipes usually solves the problem.

One Thing is For Sure, Folks in Daytona and Ormond Love Water!

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Water Facts
The amount of oil used annually to make plastic water bottles is enough to fuel 100,000 cars for a year.
Just 1 percent of the Earth's water is freshwater suitable for drinking; the other 99% is salt water or inaccessible.
Recent research shows that 22% of bottled water tested contained man-made chemicals and bacteria.
Recent studies show each day an average American uses 100+ gallons of water - that's enough to fill a car's gas tank 7 times.
Nearly 80 million people in the U.S. depend on well water, which is not regulated by the Safe Drinking Water Act.
Many water pipelines in the U.S. were put in place before 1975. Aging pipes can contribute to drinking water contamination.
There is no such thing as new water. It's recycled, not created - meaning the water we drink today is millions of years old.
Most bottle water drinkers have no idea where the water came from; bottlers are not required to share the water's source.
More than two million tons of plastic water bottles end up in landfills each year. They can take up to 1,000 years to decay.
Drinking purified water may help protect against the short and long-term illnesses linked to water contaminants.