Water Treatment
Customized Drinking Water
Water conditions can vary even in the same community. The CQHS Drinking Water System can be configured to meet your specific requirements. There are ten interchangeable filters with a variety of treatment options that can be tailored to local water conditions, so your water is the best it can be.

The innovative twist and lock design makes service simple. Twist off the old cartridge and twist on the new. No messy sump removal. The systems make drinking water better and life easier.

Types of Water in Your Home
When it comes to improving the water in your home, it is helpful to classify your water into two main categories. Each category has a unique purpose and required level of water conditioning
Working Water
Working water is used for laundry, bathing, washing garments and cleaning. Most favourable working water is free of:
Hardness minerals (calcium and magnesium), iron, sulfur, manganese, tannins (organic color) or suspended materials such as sand and silt taste & odor from chlorine. Chlorine may be necessary to get water safely to your home, but it is undesirable to ingest or breathe in pH imbalances that can lead to acidic, corrosive water.
Drinking Water
Drinking water is the most important type of water because we ingest it. It requires the most amount of treatment to ensure that we have the best quality of healthy, clean and great tasting water.

With aging infrastructure, municipalities can not always ensure the safety of your water.

Touch, Taste and Smell it!
Crisp, Clear & Delicious. Just like mother nature intended.
From the Source to the Tap
Levels of Water Quality
STANDARD LEVEL: MUNICIPALLY SUPPLIED WATER
Over 85% of water is provided from a municipal water treatment plant. Water is treated to a basic potable standard and distributed to your home through underground pipe. Disinfection agents such of chlorine or chloramines are commonly used to get the water safely to your home.

Since only 1% of water is used for drinking, it's cost prohibitive to treat water to optimal drinking water standards. Additionally, since eliminating hardness is costly and not a safety issue, few municipalities remove hardness, leaving it up to the homeowner.

OPTIMAL LEVEL: IN-HOME SYSTEMS
Municipally supplied potable water is not necessarily great quality. Optimal water is free of hardness minerals, disinfection agents (chlorine / chloramines), rust, iron, total dissolved solids (TDS) and organics.

CQHS Water Treatment Systems provide you with optimal quality water - soft, luxurious water that is free of bad tastes and odours and other impurities.