When we visit your building to work up a quote for a domestic water filtration system, here's what we look to find out:
- What are your conerns, or what particular problems do you notice?
- Is there a significant difference in water quality between hot and cold water?
- Where does the water enter your building, and how many points of entry are there? (Usually there is one, but occasionally...)
- What is the diameter of the incoming line, and, if it reduces from there before branching off to hot and cold water, what is the diameter of that narrowest point? Ex: Six inches? Four inches?
- What kind of distribution system does your building have? Ex: Does water get pumped directly to a roof tank and then gravity takes over? Do you have a constant pressure system in which all points are supplied without a roof tank required?
- How many house pumps are there; how are they configured? Ex: lead/lag, or two can run together and one is on standby?
- What is the maximum flow rate and pressure delivered by each pump?
- What is the incoming line pressure, i.e. before water reaches the pumps? Ex: 60 psi?
- How many floors / apartment units are there in your building?
If you want to pull some or all of the answers to these questions together and then send us an email or call us,
we can have a thorough discussion about your options and get a lot of your questions answered on the spot. (Yes, do make us aware of any special requirements or concerns you may have!) Then, at your convenience, we can visit your building and review the details, after which we will prepare a precise quotation.