Our licensed and experienced technicians use the latest technology in water treatment and purification.
Removal of arsenic, radon, uranium, iron, manganese, bacteria, odor and hardness – for private & public water systems.
We remove odor & iron stains from your water, along with harmful contaminants like arsenic, radon and bacteria.
Treating and filtering your water helps address contamination risks; and it keeps your family healthy.
Water Treatment System Installation & Service • Proactive Pressure Tank Replacement • After-Hours Support
Dunbar Water takes the science of water treatment and purification seriously and is committed to helping you gain an understanding of the elements that make up the water in your home. We offer whole house water treatment and purification systems, installation and service, replace pressure tanks, and offer after-hours support.
Using untested well water could lead to more than just an embarrassing taste, smell or appearance. It may contain contaminants such as radon, arsenic, uranium or various forms of harmful bacteria. Since water plays such a vital role in our daily lives, our licensed and experienced technicians address these risks with the latest technology in water treatment and filtration.
Contact us today and ask about our FREE in-home iron, pH, and hardness water test!
More than 50% of Maine homeowners have a private well, but less than half have been tested for harmful contaminants.
The average family of four uses 400 gallons of water per day. A water treatment system can give you peace of mind that your water is safe.
1 in 5 Maine homes is affected by high levels of radon in water. You can't see, taste, or smell radon, but it poses a serious health risk.
Refrigerator water filters do not purify your water of harmful contaminants; they only assist with taste and odor issues.
Blue or green staining around your drain is a sign that your pH is too low and leaching copper from your pipes.
1 in 8 Maine wells contain arsenic levels above the federal safety standard, leaving 100,000 Maine people with unsafe water.