Welcome to Aquanology, where our commitment to clean water is matched only by our dedication to quality in our water filtration systems. As a five-star rated local water filtration company, we specialize in whole house water filters designed to provide your home with the purest water.
At Aquanology, we understand that the water supply varies greatly from one household to another. That’s why we offer an array of filtration systems, from salt-free solutions to advanced whole house water filters, ensuring that your home water is free from contaminants and impurities.
Are you concerned about the quality of your drinking water? Advanced filtration and membrane technology can provide you with safe and clean water for drinking, with a taste that pleases.
Water filtration can also improve water for general use. Clean and clear water to bathe and wash with, water that won’t leave unacceptable stains behind, and water that looks appealing and smells refreshing. Filtration makes all of this possible.
Even challenging water can, in almost all cases, be filtered into something usable. Our solutions are custom-designed based on feedwater quality, the water quality you desire, and your budget.
Our whole house water filter systems are engineered to cater to the unique needs of your household. Whether it’s city water or a private well, our systems are adept at reducing contaminants and improving your water’s aesthetic qualities, leaving you with a pleasant water experience.
Embrace the change towards cleaner, safer water with Aquanology’s whole house water filters and filtration systems. Contact us today to find the perfect solution for your home.
Contact us about your water quality challenges. We arrange an appointment at your convenience to meet at your location for a free water test and consultation. This includes tests for hardness, iron, pH, and total dissolved solids. (More advanced testing is available upon request.)
Based on your water test result and estimated water usage we come up with a customized solution to fit your needs. We realize that everyone’s budgets and expectations are unique and take that into consideration as well. We do this by giving you options to choose from, coupled with clear and helpful information, so you can make a wise decision.
We install a system that will serve you well for years. Your system is backed by an excellent manufacturer’s warranty and our company’s performance guarantee. We offer a full line of scheduled maintenance services, as well as our “just a phone call away” phone support and service for emergencies that may arise.
In Upstate New York, especially around the Finger Lakes, water filtration is a vital concern due to the unique qualities of our water sources. While the water from the Finger Lakes is generally of moderate hardness (meaning it has a reasonable amount of minerals like calcium and magnesium) and has an average amount of dissolved substances, many residents are put off by the taste and smell of chlorine used in water treatment. There’s also worry about the by-products of chlorine disinfection, which can be harmful. This is where filtration systems come into play, helping to remove these unwanted elements and improve both the taste and safety of the water.
Moving to well water in areas around the Finger Lakes, we encounter a different set of problems. These wells often have issues like iron and manganese contamination, colloidal clay (which can make the water look gray), and a notorious rotten egg smell caused by hydrogen sulfide. While these contaminants might not always be harmful to health, they can make the water unpleasant to use and can lead to staining and corrosion in pipes and appliances.
In the regions south of Lake Ontario, deep wells face challenges with high levels of sulfates and total dissolved solids – a measure of all organic and inorganic substances dissolved in the water. These high levels make traditional water softening methods, which usually work by swapping minerals in the water with sodium, less effective.
Over in the Adirondacks, the situation again shifts. Here, well water has been tested showing high iron content but low levels of other minerals and substances. This imbalance makes it difficult for standard filtration methods, which are typically designed for water with a more balanced mineral composition, to work effectively.
So, what’s the solution? Well, it’s not a one-size-fits-all approach. Each water source has its unique challenges, requiring different filtration methods. Some contaminants are best tackled by adsorption (where contaminants stick to a filter’s surface), others by oxidation (which chemically changes the contaminants so they can be filtered out), and others by physical filtration (simply straining out the impurities). This is why it’s essential to consult with a water conditioning specialist and do the necessary tests first. This ensures that the chosen filtration method is specifically tailored to the problem at hand, providing the most effective solution for clean and safe water.