Water & Real Estate
Ontario Regulation 318/08 & 319/08
Manitoulin Family Resources
Water Quality Issues
Wahl H20 - Education
Ontario Regulation 318/319
Education - Ultra Violet Systems
Education - Cross Contamination
Ultra Violet Disinfection Systems
UV Lamps by Manufacturer
Ultra Violet Replacement Parts
Ultra Violet Parts by Model Locator
Carbon Filters / Cartridges
Sediment Filters / Cartridges
Reverse Osmosis Filters
Drinking Water Systems
Reverse Osmosis Filters
Reverse Osmosis Membranes
Stenner Feeders & Parts
Stenner Fixed Output 0-25 PSI
Stenner Fixed Output 26-100 PSI
Stenner Adjustable Output 0-25 PSI
Stenner Adjustable 26-100 PSI
Stenner Econ Series Feeders
Stenner SVP Series Feeders
Stenner S Series Feeders
Stenner Replacement Parts
Stenner Replacement Tubes
Manitoulin Island - Treating Water Seriously Since 1995.
Wahl Water has provided a full range of water treatment and pumping options for over 20 years on Manitoulin Island. We are familiar with our local water whether it is in South Bay, Meldrum Bay, Little Current or anywhere in-between. We have treated and supplied water for Campgrounds, Marina's, B&B's, Homeowners, Cottagers and for Commercial properties such as Offices, Restaurants and Rural Municipal Buildings. We know the Island and all of it's back roads and country lanes.
Problem Water is a challenge especially when the water stains fixtures, has a strong odour or is discoloured. Hard water and bacteria such as Coliform and E-coli can be found in some Manitoulin rural water supplies. We understand when the well goes dry or changes with the rainy season. Sediment that plugs your water pump or water that stinks like rotten eggs.
Custom designed water treatment systems matched to the water quality at your home, business or cottage to give you the peace of mind that your water is safe.
Water is our only business and we travel to you.
Wahl Water - Our Services
Water Treatment Equipment Sales - Service - Installations - Rentals
Residential Water Testing Program & Laboratory Regulated Testing
Ontario Regulation 318/319 for Regulated Facilities & Directive Interpretation
Real Estate Service for Buyers and Sellers
Water Assessment Prior to the Purchase of a Home or Cottage
Maintenance of Treatment Equipment on Fixed Intervals
Adverse Water Education & Residential Water Consulting
Water Softener Salt Delivery & System Maintenance
Ultra Violet Light Education & Identification
Equipment Upgrade Options & Rebuilds
Plumbing Disinfection for Hot & Cold Water
Cottage Water Services - Winterizing & Opening
Looking for Advice on How to Treat Your Water?
All good water treatment systems start with a proper water test to identify potential risks and detect elements that may cause staining, odour, calcification or illness. The next step should be an assessment of the water source, capacity, pumping system, distribution piping and water usage pattern should be conducted. The water test and assessment combine to provide a starting point for treatment equipment design. Finally, a conversation should be had regarding the requirements for the water ie: drinking, washing cars, barns, campgrounds, regulated public locations etc. These three items are critical to ensure that the equipment meets the water quality, required usage and demand.
The Wahl Water 3 Step Approach to Water Treatment
Water Testing for Parameters
Assessment of Water Supply & Building
Requirements for Water Usage
Maintaining Your System after the Installation
Water treatment is installed to provide safe water for homes, business and public facilities. Unfortunately many people are not aware of the maintenance requirements and not all systems have reminders or indicators to identify when service is due. Our Service Program incorporates a Maintenance Reminder feature at no charge to you. Prior to the required maintenance of your system, you will receive a call or email depending on your preference to schedule a day and time that suits your schedule.
No Obligation or Fees for the Reminder Service
Maintenance Based on Your System & Requirements
Seasonal Maintenance Programs Available
Optional Storage of Equipment for the Winter Months