Fontus Delivers Clean, Pure Water
With years of experience and proper water treatment and filtration systems, Fontus will solve your water problems. So whether you are concerned about the presence of hard water, radon, PFAS, or other water problems, Fontus can help. We’re only satisfied when we know your home or office water problem is corrected and safe.
Water Treatment and Filtration Systems
There are many different water treatment and filtration systems designed and built to fix certain water issues. In other words, there is no one solution to all water problems. Therefore, sometimes various contaminants may require combinations of filtration systems, water softeners, RO systems, and ultraviolet systems.
First, we test your water; luckily, the immediate-response water test is free and fast. Testing (regularly) is certainly the only way to make the invisible and odorless contaminants visible. After the water test reveals the results, we will discuss your options. Finally, we’ll choose the appropriate filtration system together.
Water solutions through Water Treatment and Filtration Systems
Filtration systems use a filter to remove impurities from water. Filters are made from a variety of different substances. For example, even air in an aeration filter is an example of a filter type. Filtration systems remove substances like lead, iron, and other heavy metals from the water supply.
Water softeners reduce the hardness of your water. The minerals that usually cause hard water are calcium and magnesium. As a result, water softeners replace calcium and magnesium ions with sodium or potassium ions.
RO stands for “reverse osmosis.” This is the same process major bottled water companies use to filter water before bottling and selling bottled water. Most importantly, reverse osmosis systems remove things like lead, arsenic, fluorides, uranium, minerals, chlorine, and more from your water. Our RO system fits easily under your sink, so say goodbye to plastic water bottles!
Many wells and other untreated water sources can contain unwanted and harmful organisms. In addition, water is always susceptible to ever-changing contamination from underground seepage, surface water, or groundwater. A clear water test one day does not guarantee clear water the next. An ultraviolet system sterilizes and kills bacteria to address these issues.
How Fontus Can Help
Fontus’s water specialists can test your water for common hazards and remediate them with the proper water treatment and filtration systems. Give Fontus a call; we’ll be right out to provide a free immediate-response water test.
What is a free immediate-response water test?
An immediate-response water test is a test done onsite, getting your results immediately. This test allows us to determine if iron, manganese, hardness, total dissolved solids (TDS), pH, alkalinity, salinity, copper present in your water. By the end of our appointment, you’ll have all your questions answered. Most importantly, you’ll have a plan in hand to make sure your water is clean and pure.
In short, taking control of your water supply is easy. Schedule your free immediate-response water test today. Call (207) 856-0066 or email [email protected] to speak with the water treatment specialists at Fontus Water Treatment.
You Can Trust Fontus Water Treatment To Stay by Your Side
At Fontus, we’re passionate about water purity. We pride ourselves on being reliable, hassle-free, and always available. For example, as the environment and your water change, we’re here to help evaluate your water through testing, installation, and maintenance. Above all, you can trust Fontus to ensure clean, pure water for your home or office.
The Fontus Triple Test Promise
We want all our customers to feel 100% satisfied with our systems, so we’ve created the Fontus Triple Test Promise.
We’ll test your home or business water supply for aesthetic issues, including hardness, iron, pH, etc. using an immediate-response test and make sure you understand all findings.
If needed, we’ll also send a water sample to the Maine State Certified Laboratory to confirm any findings and test for bacteria, viruses, and hazardous chemicals.
After your new system is in place, we’ll test your water supply again to make sure your problem is solved. It’s our way of helping you feel confident that your drinking water is safe and clean.