At Canadian Water Conditioning, we specialize in providing high-quality water treatment systems for your home, serving the Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, and Guelph areas. We can provide installation and maintenance for a wide range of residential water treatment systems. Learn more about each system below.

Water Softener Systems

A water softener is a household item that is often undervalued. Residential water softeners are designed to remove certain minerals like calcium and magnesium from tap water, in order to reduce the effects of hard water scale.

In the Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, and Guelph areas, our tap water tends to be high in these minerals. As a result, it will often cause hard water scale, leaving spots on dishes and cutlery, buildup on kettles and dishwashers, and marks on bathroom and kitchen faucets.

If you want to prevent hard water scale, it is important to install a water softener system in your home. We often have customers say to us that they didn’t realize how much they needed and relied on their water softener system until something went wrong with it.

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Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration Systems

Reverse osmosis water filtration systems are a great way to provide purified water for drinking and cooking for your home. Most tap water contains manmade and natural contaminants, which you don’t want in your drinking water.

Reverse osmosis systems will provide crystal clear water that’s free of chlorine and microscopic particles — straight from your tap! A reverse osmosis filter works by running your water through a semipermeable membrane that traps impurities and contaminants, flushing them out of your water system.

The end result of the process is pure water with an improved taste, odour, and appearance. Find out more about installing a reverse osmosis system in your home today.

UV Water Filtration Systems

If you have a private water supply, it is important to remember that you are responsible for ensuring your water’s safety. Well water may contain harmful bacteria, cysts, and microbes like E. coli and coliform, which can be incredibly dangerous to both humans, pets, and livestock.

Ultraviolet (UV) water filtration systems are the best way to disinfect the private water supply for your home, cottage, or farm. They come in a range of sizes and can be used to sanitize water for a single tap or for an entire property.

UV water treatment will expose your water to ultraviolet light that attacks the genetic code of microorganisms, by breaking the molecular bonds of their DNA/RNA. This process kills or inactivates 99.9% of microorganisms and prevents them from infecting other creatures, sanitizing the water as a result.

Our UV systems are safe to use, clean, and simple to install. They require very little energy and minimal maintenance. Learn more about a UV water filtration system for your home today!

Whole House Water Filters

At Canadian Water Conditioning, we are pleased to offer a wide selection of Whole House Water Filters designed specifically to meet the higher water flow rates encountered on a home’s main incoming water line.

In addition to offering basic systems designed to remove sediment, dirt and rust particles, we also offer a complete range of Whole House Water Filter packages designed to remove a wide range of contaminants responsible for bad taste and odours in residential water including:

  • Chlorine
  • Chloramine
  • Cysts
  • Iron
  • Heavy metals
  • Hydrogen sulfide
  • Manganese
  • Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
  • And more

Iron Water Filter

Contaminants such as iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide can degrade the clarity, taste and odour of your home’s water supply. These contaminants can cause unsightly stains and build-up throughout your home. You may notice this on toilets, bathtubs, showers, and dishwashers.

Our chemical-free iron filters are designed to remove a range of contaminants, including iron, manganese, and hydrogen sulfide, to substantially improve your home’s water quality.

Reverse Osmosis Filter Replacement

Reverse osmosis water filtration systems will contain several different filtration processes, including sediment filters, carbon filters, polishing filters, and a semipermeable membrane. These reverse osmosis filters should be changed annually to ensure proper performance of your system and to maintain high water quality.

Many of our clients in Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, and Guelph will schedule a yearly appointment with our team for reverse osmosis filter replacement and system servicing. This will include a full water analysis, system check-up, o-ring and filter replacement, and system sanitization.

Learn more about reverse osmosis filter servicing here.