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Imagine a high-efficiency step-by-step water treatment program for your property that meets every standard.

Impressions Home Solutions specializes in custom water treatment solutions to resolve water efficiency problems, and to guarantee a powerful and reliable water system for homes and businesses.

We use the latest in high-end products, tools, and teamwork to get started quickly on a water treatment system perfected to suit your needs.

How does water treatment work & the process is complicated. In a nutshell, our systems are designed to reduce turbidity and/or cloudiness, remove harmful illness-causing micro-organisms, and reduce the amount of disinfectant in the water.

These are universal challenges we face as a community in this day and age. No one wants unclean water, regardless of whether it's to drink, bathe in, or cook with. The solution is water treatment.

There is no one-size-fits-all. We wish we could recommend a singular filtration system, product, approach, or method. The truth is that it boils down to the spaces being served, the source of water, and a wide variety of elements.

Speak with an Ontario water treatment expert today. We provide consultations, installation services, repair and maintenance, and more.

From beginning to end, let us find the right water treatment program for you and your needs.

How Do Water Softeners Work?

More and more households are adding water softeners into their day-to-day water treatment programs.

Water softeners have grown in popularity throughout the past 50 years as concerns about the drinkability of water have been raised.

Water softening is done through a process known as ion exchange. Sodium is the primary ingredient.

Water softeners remove minerals & such as magnesium and calcium & that are present in hard water.

The result is a water that tastes a little different, is considered a purer product, and with a small amount of sodium in it.

Do water softeners make water taste different & yes, a little. This is due to the sodium which is central to the process of water softening.

Do I need a water softener & you might. Each home passes through its own landscape and reservoir, exposing it to a unique collection of minerals and rock types. Checking your water hardness level is the first step to determining if water softeners are right for you.

How Do Iron Filters Work?

Iron filters protect your home from iron build-up in plumbing, septic systems, and general appliances.

An iron filter works by taking clear iron and converting it into rust or ferric iron. This is done via oxidation. Particles are trapped and periodically backwashed out on a defined schedule.

Why is iron in water a problem & iron is a contaminant. It makes water taste metallic and can cause stains on fixtures and laundry.

If you notice iron staining in sinks, tubs, and toilets, it's a sign that an iron filter may be beneficial.

An iron filter removes all those ugly particles, filters them away, and what you're left with is cleaned, freshened, healthy-tasting water.

How long does an iron filter last & the average iron filter has a lifespan of 15-20 years. This technology is perfect for well water applications and is a sure way to keep your drinking water safe.

What is Well Water Treatment?

Well water treatment programs target bacteria and micro-organisms that can cause major problems for homeowners.

There are a lot of benefits to well water, including lower costs, better health, less exposure to chemicals, better taste, and more.

The drawback is well water is your responsibility to ensure it is safe and quality. Well water treatment, therefore, falls on you.

All well water should ideally be treated. This guarantees it is ideal for drinking, cooking, and cleaning.

How much does well water treatment cost & this varies according to the system you choose. Depending on the water treatment and purification system, and other variables, you may pay anywhere from $900 to $2,700 on average.

Is there any way to naturally purify my well water & you can although only in small amounts.

Techniques include boiling, using iodine solutions or tablets, chlorine drops, and ultraviolet light. Though these strategies work, a more formal well water treatment program is far easier and affordable in the long-term.

How Can We Help With Municipal Water Treatment?

Municipal water treatment programs are a must in every region of Ontario.

Cities, towns, and counties rely on high-efficiency municipal water treatment for safe, clean drinking water.

What are the stages of municipal water treatment & there are in fact nine steps involved in municipal water treatment and management.

  1. Collection.
  2. Straining.
  3. Chemical Addition.
  4. Coagulation and Flocculation.
  5. Sedimentation and Clarification.
  6. Filtration.
  7. Disinfection.
  8. Storage.
  9. Distribution.

Along the way, several unique components are used to fulfill the purpose of each stage.

How does municipal water treatment work & it all starts with the source. Freshwater is diverted usually from a lake, river, or stream. It is then treated before being provided to our homes and businesses.

If you need assistance with your municipal water treatment program or wish to book a consultation, contact us to schedule a visit.

What Are RO Systems?

There are many types of water filtration systems. One of the most popular are reverse osmosis systems.

RO systems, aka reverse osmosis, is a great way to ensure your well is providing you with water that's safe and pure.

How do RO systems work & it starts with a reverse osmosis membrane. The only thing that can successfully pass through are pure water molecules.

There are many types of reverse osmosis systems, including those which install underneath your sink to countertop models, high-output systems, tankless systems, and more.

How much does reverse osmosis remove & the average reverse osmosis system can use up to 6 stages of filtration to remove things like lead, arsenic, hormones, and bacteria. All in all, an RO system will remove 99.9% of total dissolved solids (TDS). The result is water that tastes fresh and which is free from contaminants.

For well water, a more complete RO system will include a sediment pre-filter and an activated carbon post-filter.

For assistance with water treatment through reverse osmosis, speak with an IHS expert today.

How Do Sediment Filters Work?

Sediment filters work by removing harmful sediment and bacteria from our water supply.

Assuming you don't have a fresh spring outside, the water you're receiving by tap is likely unfiltered, impure, and could be filled with potentially damaging ingredients.

Well water is particularly problematic, with dirt, sand and large particles floating in every cup.

A lot of households focus on other types of filters. There are those that remove heavy metals or chemicals. Some specialize in simply making water taste or smell better. Those types of filters do not target sediments.

No one wants to drink water that's filled with sand and similar sediment.

Does the average household need a sediment filter & some experts say absolutely yes. If you regularly find yourself buying bottled water, this is a step you can take to enjoy similar-to-better quality water right from your tap.

In fact, there are many reasons to consider installing a sediment filter in your home.

The water it produces is safer than tap water.The water a sediment filter produces is clearer than bottled water.Your water will taste crisper, cleaner, and fresh.Sediment filters are an environmentally-friendly alternative to drinking bottled water.A filter is less expensive than comparable-quality bottled water.Increase the efficiency of other filters in your water treatment system.It's an easy install.

The IHS network of water treatment experts are here to ensure your property receives safe and healthy water in all of its uses. Whether you want to install a new water treatment system or schedule an upgrade, repair, or maintenance, our team is certified, experienced, and licensed to help. Call us today for a free on-site assessment. We'll help select the right system to maximize results while treating the water treatment challenges facing your property.

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