High Purity Water, resolving Wellesley, MA’s Hard water and Chlorine Odor problems for more than forty years.
High Purity Water, removing Chlorine odor and taste from Wellesley, MA water.
High Purity Water is one of the oldest names in water filtration and water treatment in the region, specializing not only in HARD water and water softening, but also in municipal water de-chlorination. There are three municipal facilities in Wellesley, MA which treat the water from seven wells, and although the local water sources are treated for corrosion control, iron and manganese removal they also use chlorine for disinfection. The water in fact is chlorinated and passed through a large disinfection contact basin before it is pumped into the distribution system. High Purity Water has been installing best-in-class water filtration and de-chlorination systems in Wellesley, MA for decades, dealing specifically with chlorine odor and taste, frequently present in municipally treated water. High Purity Water’s instrument of choice for the elimination of chlorine odor and taste is carbon filtration, tailored to SPECIFICALLY reduce chlorine taste and odor based on how you use water in your home or business. High Purity Water’s professionals have the expertise to help guide you through the complexities of choosing the most effective water filtration solution for your Wellesley, MA home or business.
High Purity Water, The Wellesley, MA hard water softening solution
Water smell and taste problems are not the only water issues in Wellesley. Although the Water District has as an effective water treatment facility, like many parts of Massachusetts, hard water is a common problem in most of Norfolk County as well. Water hardness is common for any well water supply in fact. Because of this, High Purity Water provides a host of best-in-class final barrier protection, water filtration and water treatment solutions for the most challenging municipal well water problems, particularly hard water.
High Purity Water has a multi-decade track record of resolving all water hardness issues caused by high calcium and magnesium mineral content deposits due to limestone, chalk and dolomite. EcoWater Systems’ Premium ECR 3500 and ECR 3502 (a twin tank water version of the ECR 3500) is High Purity Water’s instrument of choice for demand-initiated regeneration water conditioners. These best-in-class water treatment systems use an internal computer to monitor the amount of water used, prompting system regeneration for actual and predicted water usage. Unlike most products offered by other manufacturers, the ECR 3500 and ECR 3502 soften and condition water with counter-current brining that regenerates from the bottom up for greater efficiency.
Call High Purity Water at 508 839-2156 or Toll Free at 800 540-6268 for chlorine odor or taste removal, as well as any multi-media water filtration services in the surrounding Wellesley, MA area or click here to contact us for immediate service.
Multi-media Water Filtration Replacement and Repair in Wellesley, MA
Our factory authorized service and repair facilities, located in Grafton, are considered among the best in the region, offering emergency repair services for numerous water filtration systems.
Drinking Water Solutions, Filtration and Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) installation in Wellesley, MA
Although Wellesley’s municipally treated well water is designed to be potable and safe for human consumption, the anti-bacteriological chemical treatment employed to make it safe does leave that all too familiar “swimming pool-like” aftertaste and odor. High Purity Water has the known-how and technology to remove that Chlorine odor and taste completely from your drinking water using the EcoWater Systems Reverse Osmosis drinking water system which provides, under counter, high-quality water for drinking and cooking applications, totally free of any chemical trace contaminants like chlorine or sediment, nitrates, lead, cysts and other pollutants.
For greater home water consumption, or light commercial and business applications, BottleLESS water coolers give you virtually unlimited, pristine, healthy “bottle quality” drinking water without the hassle of lifting and storing those heavy, bulky jugs. This option is cheaper than what you may think and could save you materially over how much you are spending now for your store bought or delivered bottled water for your home or business.
Contact High Purity Water to resolve all your hard water and Chlorine odor and taste issues in Wellesley, MA. We can also assist with commercial and residential point of use R.O cooler sales and service from our Grafton, MA Service Center.
Call High Purity Water, at 508 839-2156 or Toll Free at 800 540-6268 for chlorine removal, multi-media filtration services and point of use R.O cooler sales and service in the Wellesley, MA area as well as Boston, Grafton, Worcester, Newton, Auburn, Millbury, Northborough, Charlton and Stow or simply click here to contact us for immediate service.
High Purity Water and Wellesley, MA
Over 350 years ago, a handful of settlers made the area around the Charles River, that is part of today’s Wellesley, their home. They were so delighted in fact with their new find that they named the hamlet “Contentment.”
Best known today as the home of IVY league Wellesley College, Wellesley is an affluent town in Norfolk County, Massachusetts and part of Greater Boston. With a population north of 28,000, it has one of the highest median household incomes in Massachusetts at $159,167.
Wellesley was settled in the 1630s as part of Dedham, Massachusetts. In October 1880, West Needham seceded from Needham, and the town of Wellesley was later christened by the State legislature in April of 1881. The town was named after the estate of local benefactor Horatio Hollis Hunnewell. Wellesley’s population grew by over 80 percent in the 1920s when it was recognized as one of the leading suburbs of Boston, becoming a center for retail shopping when Filene’s department store opened its first branch store there.
Wellesley ranks first in the United States in percentage of adults who hold at least one college degree. With over 66% of the households having at least one person holding an advanced degree beyond a Bachelor’s. In 2009, Wellesley ranked #2 in “America’s Most Educated Small Towns” according to Forbes.com.
Wellesley Center, Massachusetts, December 2009 – Washington Street