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Serving any and all of your water filtration needs in South Florida since 1986.

We proudly offer a comprehensive range of water filtration services for your home, office, or commercial property.

Home Installations & Services

Reverse osmosis, generally known as hyper-filtration, is definitely the finest filtering system known. This system enables the removing of particles miniscule as dissolved individual ions in a solution.

Enjoy the clean, refreshing taste of bottled water right at your kitchen sink. Drinking filtered water reduces unpleasant tastes and odors caused by chlorine and contaminants.

If you hate waiting for water to heat up for your tea or instant coffee, then one of our instant hot water systems might interest you. Get instant hot water, any time you need it.

Why worry about bottle delivery? Think outside the bottle and sign up for our bottleless coolers that work directly with your home’s built-in tap system.

Cold water is a snap with an under-sink water chiller.  You’ll enjoy a steady supply of clean, cold water on demand.

In addition to illness, a variety of less serious problems such as bad taste, discoloration, foul odor, and staining of clothes or fixtures are signs of possible water quality problems. Other things to think about include the proximity of your water well to septic systems and the composition of your home’s plumbing materials. We test the quality of your home’s water to determine the best solution to your needs.

Whole House Systems & Services

Enjoy the clean, refreshing taste of bottled water right at your kitchen sink. Drinking filtered water reduces unpleasant tastes and odors caused by chlorine and contaminants.

This system connects to the main water line entering your home so that all of the water dispensers in your home–faucets, toilets, showers, baths, kitchen, laundry–dispense treated water. It is usually connected to the main water line. These systems will remove things like sediment, rust, and scale but not things like organic chemicals and industrial solvents.  The tank contains bacteriostatic carbon which removes organic and inorganic contaminants from groundwater, surface and processed water, and waste water.

The system is installed outside the home where the main water supply enters the house. The system configuration will differ depending on the water source. City water supplies often are pretreated with chlorine or other bacteria killing solutions and the filtration system will differ from a whole house well water system.

Sulfur occurs naturally in groundwater. Sulfur does not cause health problems but causes horrible odors like a “rotten egg” smell among other effects. It can also produce a white, grey, reddish brown, or black slime and can promote the growth of other bacteria. It can be worse in the summer because of higher ground water temperatures and changing water levels in a well.

The majority of whole house reverse osmosis units are designed to filter problematic well water containing one or more of the following contaminants: brackish water, arsenic, silica, nitrates, heavy metals, sulfates, chlorides, sodium, high total dissolved solids and more.

Each client’s home is unique and has a different water filtration system depending on its individual needs.  Like other important properties, such as your car or truck, maintenance is required to keep your water filtration system in peak running condition.  We will call you at the times suggested by your system’s manufacturer to set up an appointment for maintenance.  This can include a salt refill, a filter change, cleaning and sterilization of your carbon system, or well service, depending on your equipment.

Commercial Systems & Services

We arrange with you a schedule to visit your home for salt delivery based on your household’s use of water.  We will add salt as needed, check timer settings, and run the system through its cycles to make sure the softener is functioning properly.

If you have low pressure in your house coming from either well or city water, you may want to consider a pressure pump to increase your household’s water pressure.  There are many applications for pressure pumps, such as residential, commercial, and irrigation.  Since most fresh water sources are at lower levels, a pressure pump is an effective way for you to sustain a fresh water supply.  The Water Doctor has a variety of pressure pumps available, so we will help you find the right one for your household’s water needs.

Although it is not harmful to your health, iron buildup can cause long-term issues with your plumbing and cause your pipes to become slick with grimy iron residue. There are two types of iron. The first type is soluble and is the most common among households. Red particles are evident in your drinking water. The other type of iron is insoluble. In this case, the particles blend fully with the water, creating a reddish or orange tint to the water, as if food coloring was added.

If you need to process over 12 or more gallons per minute, or if an incoming water line is 1.5″ in diameter or larger, you may need a commercial water treatment system. You may also need a commercial water purification system for some manufacturing processes and hospitals in order to remove some specific contaminants in order to provide high purity DI water.

A commercial water filtration system might consist of one or more media within mineral tanks with a mechanical valve or an electronic metered control. Units with electronic controls are self-backwashing. A second group may include a commercial reverse osmosis system capable of filtering from 500 up to 10,000 gallons per day.

The Water Doctor and Suburban Water Filtration can help you maintain your existing filtration system.  Each system is unique so your monthly service can very depending on the system.  Our monthly service can include salt delivery, a filter change, chlorine, Ferro Tannin, or other products depending on the needs of your specific system.

Well drilling is the process of drilling a hole in the ground for the extraction of a natural deposit, such as ground water for the purpose of irrigation, drinking, and bathing.  Well drilling in South Florida can be a bit more complex than it may first appear due to the proximity of many homes and properties to sea level.  The Water Doctor and Champion are experts at well drilling for residential properties that are not on city water or otherwise need a well.