Water Softening – Filtration – Purification
Here in Maine, we have the purity of the great outdoors. With that comes some of nature’s dark side. In addition to the usual Hard water, Iron (rusty) water, Sulfur (rotten egg smell) water, and a few other annoying problems, we have more serious problems such as Arsenic, Uranium, Radon & Bacteria. Finding any of these problems in a private well is actually quite common. Chuck The Water Guy (that’s me), owner of Mainely Water LLC, has more than 36 years of experience in the water treatment industry. We specialize in helping residential and small commercial customers fix water problems. We are a local Maine small business… family owned. We carry a pretty good inventory to meet your needs. And we have the experience and expertise to conduct analysis and make a proper assessment of you water quality and your family’s needs for water usage.
Licensing, Certifications & Registrations
Mainely Water, LLC and Chuck The Water Guy have all the proper licenses & registrations required to conduct business in the State of Maine !
- Chuck holds an active Maine Master Plumber License. Only a Maine Master Plumber can install any kind of water appliances, fixtures or other pipe/plumbing.
- Chuck is Nationally “Certified Water Specialist”.
- Chuck is a Nationally “Certified Installer” of water treatment equipment.
- Chuck holds an active Propane & Natural Gas Technician License. This authorizes Chuck to install & service your gas appliances such as Rinnai Tankless Water Heater or a Kitchen Range. The Gas Tech License is required by Maine State Building Code.
- Chuck has also studied the updated Waterborne Radon Mitigation program and passed the Rutgers Certification Exam. Maine has awarded him the “Individual Radon Service Provider Registration”. This qualifies Chuck to advise, install & service Waterborne Radon Mitigation systems.
- Chuck has assigned his Waterborne Radon Mitigation registration to his company Mainely Water, LLC. That has enabled the company a “Company Radon Service Provider Registration”.
The State of Maine requires (by Law) that all persons or companies performing any level of Waterborne Radon advice, installations or service, be “Registered” with the State as a Radon Service Provider.
Happy Customer Reviews of the Month
| 03-03-2017ReStar Review
Review by: Bonnie M. in Carmel, ME
Chuck carries national certifications from the Water Quality Association (WQA).
Certified Water Specialist – CWS: A CWS has completed extensive training, field work and project work. The program is rigorous and typically takes about 1 year to complete. It focuses on water chemistry, water quality and the correct application for equipment and it’s suitability to resolve a certain problems. Effectiveness, Efficiency & Cost are some of the factors to consider when selecting water filtration equipment.
Certified Installer – CI: This program usually is completed in about 10 months. A CI is skilled to install water filtration equipment according to local plumbing code and manufacturer’s specification. Improper installation can have dangerous consequences to occupants of a home or business.