Affordable Water Has a Proven Track Record with Water Filtration, Purification and
Water Softener Systems
For over two decades, Mark & Terri Kinder of Affordable Water have been helping local homeowners with water treatment and purification systems that are of the highest quality and reliability. Our focus is on you, the customer, and providing you with the finest quality water conditioning systems available at a price to meet your budget. We pride ourselves on offering the best service and installation in the industry. Our customers know that our team is reliable, knowledgeable, and punctual. When you call our office, you will speak to a live person, not a machine, and we never give you a high-pressure sales pitch.
Owner, Mark Kinder, (with son Adam in the photo) is a Certified Water Specialist VI with the Water Quality Association (the highest ranking offered) and a Certified Installer. He is also a board member of the Florida Water Quality Association. Mark has a Class C Drinking Water Operator’s License through the State of Florida – Department of Environmental Protection. Additionally, he is published in both the Water Technology Magazine and Water Conditioning and Purification Magazine. With Mark’s expert knowledge, he has been able to put together the best team in the area to take care of your water system needs.
Affordable Water is pleased to support the Water Quality Research Foundation (WQRF), the research arm of the water quality improvement industry as well as continuing education and scientific research in the point-of-use/point-of-entry (POU/POE) industry.
Affordable Water has also received the Super Service Award from Angies List which is a word-of-mouth network, helping more than 1 million members find the best service companies in their area.
When hiring a company to install a water softener, purification or filtration system, it’s important to do your research and make sure that you are hiring a reputable organization like Affordable Water. Each year, homeowners and businessmen lose hundreds of thousands of dollars to uncertified (unlicensed) contractors and craftsmen posing as contractors.