Atlantic Coast Water3181 SE Dixie HighwayStuart, FL 34997Phone: (772) 283-4767
Know Your OptionsSelecting the right water treatment system can be confusing. The information on this page should help you understand some of the treatment technologies available, but we invite you to talk with us to help you understand your water and your options.
Water SofteningWater softening takes hard water and makes it soft by eliminating dissolved minerals (calcium, magnesium and iron) from water. Most people live in homes with hard water, including those on municipal water supplies. Soft water is free of hardness minerals that cause scale buildup and hard water spots. Less soap and cleaners are needed, and they’ll rinse away completely, leaving your laundry, skin and hair soft and silky. Water-using appliances will work better and last longer with soft water too.Learn more about Water Softening
Water PurificationWater purification is more than improving the taste of water; it further refines its quality and makes it better and more pleasing for human consumption. Some water purification systems take unsafe water and make it safe to drink, but most take good water and make it better. This can be done where the water enters the home, but most frequently, it’s done at point of use, like in the kitchen. Depending on the technology, one or several processes may be used.Learn more about Water Purification
Water Filtration Water Filtration cleans water. The type of filtration depends on what is or is not removed, where the filtration is occurring, what is doing the filtering and how the filtration is accomplished.Learn more about Water Filtration
Whole House Water TreatmentWhole house water treatment can be interpreted a few different ways. Water softeners, water filters, ultraviolet disinfection systems and whole house RO Systems can be classified as whole house water treatment systems because they treat the water that is used throughout the home. How your water is supplied - by a water municipality (city water), a community of wells or a private well - will indicate what type of water issues you may be encountering. Find out more about your water with an in-home water analysis. Learn more about Whole House Water Treatment