Our water treatment solutions also include advanced filtration systems that effectively remove chemicals, pollutants, and toxins from your water supply. This ensures that your water is safe and free from any health hazards.LEARN MORE
High levels of iron and manganese in your water can lead to unpleasant tastes, odors, and discoloration. Our water treatment systems are designed to efficiently remove these minerals, leaving your water clear and free of metallic tastes.LEARN MORE
Ultraviolet (UV) disinfection is an effective method to ensure the removal of harmful microorganisms, bacteria, and viruses from your water supply. UV light is used to sterilize the water, making it safe for consumption, cooking, and bathing.LEARN MORE
Hard water, which contains elevated levels of calcium and magnesium, can lead to scale buildup in your plumbing and appliances. Water softeners work by replacing these minerals with sodium ions, resulting in softer water that is gentler on your fixtures and extends the lifespan of your appliances.LEARN MORE
Residential water treatment is the process of improving water quality and removing risk for health hazards in the water including bacteria, chemical pollutants, other toxic substances. Water treatment devices also improve the odour and hardness. Health hazards in your home’s water system may be hard to detect, which is why it’s best to get in touch with water treatment specialists. Our team at Integra Water will be able to help you determine whether residential water treatment is right for your home in Victoria, BC.
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Aside from having safe drinking water for your family at all times, there are a few other benefits that come with having a residential water treatment device for your home. You can save money and help the environment by reducing your plastic waste as a result of buying plastic water bottles for safe drinking water. You can also reduce your risk for potential plumbing issues since minerals, heavy metals and chemicals can cause corrosion and damage your pipes.
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To properly maintain your residential water treatment system you’ll want to schedule routine inspections, done by water treatment specialists. We recommend annual maintenance to keep your system working efficiently! These regular inspections will also allow for any small issues to be addressed before they become expensive repairs. It’s also important to change the filter as necessary. Take the time to check the manufacturer’s guide of your water treatment device to understand when it’s necessary for you to change the filter.
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Water that contains dissolved minerals such as calcium and magnesium is considered “hard” water. “Hard” water is not harmful to your health, but it can create a white “scale” coating on your fixtures and inside of appliances that use or store water. Water that is soft tends to have a higher concentration of sodium.
If you have any more questions about residential water treatment in Victoria, contact our team at Integra Water!