Water Treatment Systems
Point-of-Use and Point-of-Entry Water Systems Installed by Capital Well
Installing water treatment systems in your New Hampshire, Vermont, or Maine home may be one of the best decisions you make when it comes to your family’s health. Some water problems are obvious, such as foul odors or red, green, blue, and brown staining. Looks are deceiving, however; radon, arsenic, and other harmful minerals are invisible, so that clear water might not be as pure as it appears.
Because clear does not always mean clean.
When considering water treatment systems, two categories are commonly spoken of:
- Point-of-Entry Water Filters & Treatment Systems
- Point-of-Use Water Filters & Treatment Systems
What’s the difference? Point-of-entry systems treat all of the water in your home or facility, literally at the point of entry into the building. Hard water and chlorine, for example, are typically treated with point-of-entry systems because, in the case of hard water, scale can build up in plumbing fixtures and hot water tanks. Chlorine, on the other hand, is common in municipal water supplies as a disinfectant, but can create a foul odor or taste, and therefore should be treated before moving on to your showers and water faucets and laundry.
Point-of-use water filters are designed to treat drinking water, and as such are usually attached directly to the faucet or underneath the sink. There are a number of different types of point-of-use water filters, each of which serves a unique purpose depending on your particular problem: reverse osmosis devices, activated carbon filters, distillers, ion exchange devices, and the standard water filter you frequently see on television.
Capital Well Clean Water Center is a certified Evolve water treatment dealer, and not just any company gets to install Evolve systems. Of the water treatment systems available, Evolve’s product is a one-stop solution for treating and purifying your water. The others may only resolve one or two water problems, leaving you to find yourself shopping around for additional solutions.
Even if you’re on a public water system, you should consider a water treatment system. We now offer the EVRC Water System, a new way to Kick City Water Problems to the Curb, and Clear Flo, an advanced system for healthier drinking water. Experience Evolve's state-of-the-art W.E.T. (Water Efficiency Technology) feature exclusively offered on the Evolve Series water softeners!
Check out our Credit for Clunkers program for other Evolve Series products.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) suggests having your water tested once a year, whether you’re on a private well or using city water. Detecting nitrates, coliform bacteria, and other contaminants early is crucial, especially since they may take years to fully flush out. This doesn’t mean we’ll recommend you install or replace your current water treatment systems, but you’ll gain the peace of mind knowing your water is clean. That yearly test is also a good time for a filter cleaning.
To schedule your annual water treatment service, call (800) 924-1192 today!
Water Treatment Products and Other Information
- Green & Blue Water Staining
- Hydrogen Sulfide & Smelly Water
- Arsenic Concentrations in New England
- Drinking Water System
- C-43 Series Commercial Softener
- C-53 Series Commercial Filteration
- Ultra Filteration
- Airaider for Radon Removal
- NH Radon Brochure
- Radon By Town
- Arsenic Concentrations in New England
- DES Arsenic Fact Sheet
Which Water Treatment System is Right for You?
We can help you decide. Our water treatment systems are installed by professionals with a dedication to providing the purest water to New Hampshire families and businesses.
Schedule Your Water Testing Today!
For well water testing to help keep your systems clean and clear of contaminants, call (800) 924-1192 today, or fill out the form on this page and one of our clean water professionals will contact you to arrange a water test.