Water Filtration System Installations

     A & Y Plumbing specializes in installing water filtration systems of all kinds. This includes, but is not limited to:


  • Water Softener Systems
  • UV Systems
  • Reverse Osmosis Systems

     A & Y Plumbing is also a third party distributer of several water filtration systems, provided by Rosmosis Canada. Check out some of the systems offered below, and call us for more details at: 416-835_-7986

Point of Entry Systems

Whole house water filters, otherwise known as Point-of-Entry (POE) systems are designed to filter the water in your entire home by treating every drop of water as it enters.


Our new QC-WH-C100/GAC high efficiency ion exchange and GAC (Granular Activated Carbon) whole house system will provide two levels of Treatment. First, it will produce soft water at every tap in the house. Second, remove chlorine and unpleasant tastes and odors from your water.


Hardness is usually caused by calcium and/or magnesium and the ion exchange process of the softener media will remove it. Chlorine is added to the water by the city treatment plants to kill bacteria and viruses. The GAC media will remove the chlorine by absorbing it as it enters your house.


Point of Entry Systems
Reverse Osmosis Kitchen Sink Water Filter

Reverse Osmosis Systems

Reverse Osmosis (RO), a water filtration process where drinking water, which contains dissolved solids, is run through a membrane. The water then goes to a storage tank and most of the unwanted inorganic compounds, sediment and other contaminants are flushed down the drain. This form of water treatment is one of the most effective methods for producing high quality drinking water.


Five Stage Purification Process:

The first stage: Sediment filter (rust, sand, and dirt removal)

The second stage: GAC activated carbon (chlorine, unwanted tastes and odor removal)

The third stage: Activated carbon block filter (most heavy metal removal)

The fourth stage: Thin film composite (TFC) membrane (allows water molecules to pass while rejecting dissolved impurities which are flushed down the drain)

The fifth stage: Post Carbon (this process enhances and clarifies water prior to delivery)