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Arctic Bear Clean Water Center


Water Treatment
Your water quality is important. It can be disheartening when the water in your house gives off an odor like sulfur, rotten eggs or chlorine; or maybe your water is hard, containing large amount of TDS (total dissolved solids) like calcium, iron, or arsenic that can cause water stains in your sinks and tubs.

Don't worry, Arctic Bear Heating & Air, Inc. can help!!

  • From Drain Brain

    How much do you charge to unclog a drain?

    We have a set flat rate pricing schedule that we will freely discuss up front with you on the phone before you set an appointment. We are not going to tell you that we have to come look at it first and then try to sell you something you don’t want or need. Most clogged drains are pretty routine to us and if after we arrive at your home if we see something out of the ordinary we will point it out and discuss it with you. Our rates are based on the size of the pipe, the type of equipment needed to do the job, and are competitive.

  • From Northgate Liquors

    If I’m looking to stock up on wine, do you offer any types of discounts?

    We offer an everyday discount when purchasing one case or more. Stop in or call us for more details.

  • From Drain Brain

    Do you have cameras that can show me why my drain was clogged?

    This is a great question because if you think about it, what would you see through dirty, yucky water? Our competitors love to advertise that they will solve your drain problem by using a camera to pinpoint the problem and then fix it, when in reality the opposite order has to take place. We’ll unclog your pipe first and then if it’s necessary we can investigate the integrity of your pipe with camera equipment. We have the latest in diagnostic equipment and you are welcome to watch it right on the monitor along with us.

  • From ETM Solar Works

    What about snow?

    The panels won’t produce when they are covered in snow. The good news is that they are extremely slippery and the snow can slide off when exposed to direct sunlight. If there is a small area of the array exposed, the sun will create heat and a film of water will develop under the snow, helping to facilitate snow removal. In addition, the times of year we get snow are also the times when we have the least sun. For example, In January, we get about 6% of the yearly total of sun-energy.

  • From ETM Solar Works

    How long will it take to have a system up and running?

    Generally it takes 8 to 14 weeks from the signature on the contract to having your system up and running. The actual installation may take anywhere from two to five days. The long lead times center around paperwork and inspections, both of which your solar installer will handle for you.