Water Filters Are a Great Addition to Your Home Drinking Supply

Chlorine, lead, and mercury — these are just a few of the contaminants that may live in your municipal drinking water that Neptune Water Services LTD. in Caledonia can help you remove safely and effectively.


A reverse osmosis system from Neptune Water Service LTD. can remove almost all contaminants from the water, leaving you with a clean, fresh drinking supply. A chemical-free UV system from Neptune Water Services LTD. will help kill off any harmful bacteria remaining in the water — which can be especially important if you’re on a well or septic system.

Perhaps you have a water supply that leaves a lot of residue on dishes (or dries out your skin) — this is called hard water due to lime content, which can be corrected with the help of water softeners from Neptune Water Service LTD. Or maybe your water has an unpleasant odour that’s similar to a rotten egg — that’s most likely sulphur. Neptune Water Services LTD. carries iron breakers to rid your water supply of this stinky problem!

While municipal water is treated, it can still contain harmful trace elements. Installing a water system in your home is safe, economical and efficient, and most require little maintenance.

You can also opt to visit Neptune’s store, where you can fill up with reverse osmosis water or grab a bottle of it off the shelf. You can also have water delivered to your home or business. It’s that easy!

Not only will you get a great water filtration system from Neptune Water Services LTD., but you’ll also deal with experienced professionals who will install the units properly and provide maintenance as needed. If you’re unsure about the quality of your home’s drinking water, Neptune Water Services LTD. will test it for you.

To find out more about home water treatment products, as well as pool treatment options and on-site water testing, call Neptune Water Service LTD. at 905-765-4797 or toll-free at 1-877-765-3011, or send an email. The store is located at 265 Argyle Street North.

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