Choose a Certified Water Treatment Company
- Get an accurate/thorough water analysis.
- Be aware of SALT FREE systems (call us for more details).
- Check fair market price on products/services.
- Ensure the supplier technicians are certified under the Canadian Water Quality Association (CWQA).
Common Contaminants in Water in Rural Areas (Well Water)
- Bacteria (E. coli and coli form)
- Hydrogen sulfide
- Iron, manganese, hardness, sediment
There’s very little monitoring or advisories of the water conditions in most rural areas (independent wells) to prevent any of these issues from affecting your household.
Water in Urban Areas (Municipal Water)
- Taste and odour due to use of chlorine and fluoride.
- Chlorine is necessary to ensure no harmful substances are in the water – but the side effect of chlorine taste and odour still remains.
- Towns periodically have boiled water advisories in effect due to health concerns with possible water contamination.
- The common alternative is to buy bottled water. On average, North Americans drink 24 gallons of bottled water a year, which is approximately $9.8 billion bottles of water, this year alone. This is costly and a major inconvenience.
Guess what? There is an easy solution that enables you to provide QUALITY DRINKING WATER to your family!