Our Certified Water Specialists are available, by appointment, to provide a free in-home water analysis, through which this specialist would recommend solutions specific to your water’s chemistry.We offer professional installation and service, and the option of financing.
Aquatech’s range of water treatments offers cost-effective customized commercial and industrial water solutions. We work with your company closely to ensure your exact needs, which allows us to build an exact customized solution for your water treatment requirements.
Drinking water generally absorbs heavy metals, e.g. lead from outdated water distribution lines and piping. There are a number of things you can do to reduce the risk of lead in your drinking water.Aquatech’s drinking systems are certified to protect your drinking water from lead and other heavy metals. For more information, please contact us
Bottled water is a good solution if you would like better tasting water for drinking and cooking, however, this can be expensive, troublesome, and wasteful, and is impractical to use for showering, bathing, or washing dishes or clothes. Aquatech systems, on the other hand, cover all bases, and costing as little as $25 per month with our assortment of financing packages, can cost you less, in the long run.
For more information, please contact us to find your perfect drinking water filtration needs.
Studies indicate that almost every home in Ontario is supplied with hard water, regardless of whether the source is city, lake or well water. Hard water causes soap stains and scale, reduces the efficiency of your water appliances, and, in the long run, costs you money.Learn more about water hardness and how to correct it by calling a Aquatech water expert.For more information, please contact us.
Hard water contains dissolved calcium and magnesium ions. Commonly referred to as “hardness minerals,” dissolved calcium and magnesium can cause numerous problems when present in a water supply. Whether it is from a well, lake or city supply, water usually contains these troublesome elements.Water hardness is typically measured in ‘grains per gallon’, an indication of the quantity of dissolved calcium and magnesium the water contains. In amounts as small as one grain per gallon, water is classifiable as ‘hard’. Most homes use water that is considerably harder.To receive a Free Water Test for your water hardness, please contact us.