Our water treatment processes target all of the common problem areas that occur in water tanks. Each service we offer plays an important part in the overall goal of keeping your water clean and hygienic.
When it comes to water treatment companies in Scotland, it is important to find one with a good reputation. Some water treatment companies in Scotland will use confusing industry jargon as an excuse to bump up their prices and cut corners. People from all over Scotland use our service because they can rely on us for transparent prices and clear communication.
When you choose pHX water, a seamless experience is just around the corner. We specialise in commercial, residential, and industrial water treatment services in Scotland. Our highly experienced teams travel all over Fife, Edinburgh, Perth, and the rest of Scotland to create clean water supplies.
We only use industry-approved water treatment chemicals during our treatments. Our customers can depend on us for a premium quality clean. One appointment with us can revolutionise your water tank management routine.
Our water treatment engineers have all the training necessary to perform their job in a skilled and successful manner. Property owners choose pHX Water over the competition because we stay up to date on Scottish rules and regulations. Whether you need water tank cleaning services, a legionella risk assessment, or private water supply testing, we have got you covered. Our engineers can assess your system and identify solutions in a matter of minutes.
When you choose pHX Water, water treatment services do not have to break the bank. Some water treatment companies in Scotland capitalise on the unexpected nature of water tank issues and charge over the odds. Our customers know that we will never take advantage of an emergency water supply situation.
We have streamlined our services into One Simple Package. Corporations, business owners, and landlords all over Scotland can purchase One Simple Package on a rolling monthly basis to cover all bases. This means that they do not have to find a lump sum in an emergency. One Simple Package covers everything that could possibly happen. Our water treatment engineers will manage and assess your water system for just one monthly payment.
We are always willing to accommodate our customers’ needs. We work with all sorts of business owners who need different services. Our customers can switch out certain services for other services that would benefit them more.
Here are some of the services our customers can choose for their One Simple Package deal.
One of our main focuses is protecting people in Scotland from the risks of Legionella.
Legionella is a form of bacteria that occurs naturally in water sources like locks, ponds, rivers, reservoirs, and rivers. Very small amounts of legionella are not harmful. When legionella is pumped into water storage systems, it enters an environment that is different from its usual surroundings. Water tanks are the perfect breeding ground for legionella.
If water treatment systems in Scotland are not properly monitored, legionella can multiply and pose a serious threat to human health. When someone consumes water from a water tank that has high levels of legionella, they are at risk of developing unwanted side effects. Small amounts of legionella can cause a 10% mortality rate.
That is why it is so important to book regular legionella risk assessments. Legionella risk assessments ensure that your water supply is clean and safe for human consumption.
Water treatment systems all over Scotland need to be tested for Legionella. At pHX Water, we handle residential, commercial, and industrial water treatment services. Our legionella risk assessment water treatment process involves an initial assessment followed by a simple, easy to read report.
Trained water treatment engineers will enter your water tank and assess the quality of the water as well as the state of the tank itself. Once they have assessed the situation they will write a report that details everything you need to know about the state of your water.
Our engineers provide detailed information about:
Property owners love the fact that they can tell which findings need urgent attention with a glance. Our traffic light system means that our customers can understand the assessment within seconds. Urgent actions have a red traffic light, whereas positive findings are labelled with a green light.
It is important to note that legionella risk assessments are not just for water tanks. We also offer people all over Scotland hot tub water treatments.
Legionella originally comes from natural water sources like lochs and rivers. A small concentration of legionella in an extremely large environment such as a river does not pose a threat to life.
Private water suppliers pump natural water sources into water tanks. When natural water is stored in hot and cold water tanks, legionella exists in an environment that is drastically different to its natural environment.
Legionella is very susceptible to changes in temperature. Even slight fluctuations in temperature can cause an increase in legionella. Although water tanks are most susceptible to increased rates of legionella, both hot and water tanks need to be regularly tested.
Here are some things that residential, commercial, and industrial building owners need to consider.
Legionella can pose a threat to anyone who consumes water from a building with a private water supply. Buildings have a private water supply when their water tank is not or cannot be connected to public water supplies. In this case, the building owners must go through all the water treatment processes necessary in Scotland to ensure their supply is fit for human consumption.
It is important to remember that property owners need to test a wide range of appliances for legionella. If you have any of the following, you need to book a legionella assessment.
People who own properties that use private water supplies must book a legionella risk assessment once a year. Under Scottish law, property owners with a private supply are responsible for their water supply. If an employee or member of the general public were to fall ill or die from excess amounts of legionella, the property owner would be considered responsible.
Although water treatment services in Scotland are the first line of defence against harmful bacteria like legionella, it is also important to regularly clean the inside of water tanks.
Large industrial and commercial water tanks can supply 1000s of people with water every week. Over time, stains and sediment form on the water and the tank walls. Poor surface maintenance can even cause a biofilm to appear. Biofilms are a collection of more than one microorganism such as fungi, bacteria, or protists.
Our teams use specialist water treatment chemicals to remove harmful biofilms and clean the surfaces of tanks. Every practice we implement is industry approved and has been tried and tested by years of successful appointments.
We do not just scrub away a few stains. We use strong chemicals to return your tank to its original state. Just one visit from our specialist team can make your water system look like new again.
Our water treatment works best when booked every 6 to 12 months. Official guidelines state that business owners, landlords, and industrial space owners should book an appointment once every 12 months to ensure that their water is safe for human consumption.
Regular cleaning appointments are an important part of tank maintenance. It is easy to push water tank cleaning to the bottom of the list. If left unchecked, legionella can multiply and stains and rust can reduce the quality of your water.
Large water systems that supply lots of water are most at risk of developing legionella. Systems that supply both hot and cold water are also more likely to breed excessive amounts of legionella. These tanks can alternate between hot and cold several times in a typical day. In these cases, we recommend booking an appointment every 6 months.
The more people who depend on your water tank for clean water, the sooner you will need to contact our team.
Our water treatment engineers use chemicals to remove harmful stains. Water treatment engineers can remove harmful amounts of bacteria, biofilm, and debris. Where necessary, our engineers use sedimentation water treatments to remove any biofilms in the water whilst they clean the inside of your tank.
Although we recommend booking a cleaning every 6 to 12 months, there are certain situations where booking an appointment is urgent. If any of the following situations apply to your system, contact our team immediately.
Property owners have a private water supply when their water tank is not connected to a network that is supplied by Scottish water. Most domestic and industrial properties have a private water supply, whereas most residential properties are connected to Scottish water.
Landlords that are connected to a private water supply still need to adhere to water treatment system laws in Scotland. Around 3% of the Scottish population drink from a private water supply, which means that 163,500 people are obligated to test their water system by law.
Private water supply testing is sometimes referred to as private water supply sampling. Sampling should be conducted whenever there is reason to suggest that a water supply does not meet guidelines as set by the governing body.
Water testing involves taking a sample from a water tank that is connected to a private water supply. This water sample is then taken back to our water treatment plant and tested to ensure that the amount of chemicals, metals, and biofilms in the water supply stays below a certain threshold.
Private supply testing can only provide a snapshot of the water at the moment that it was taken. Property owners choose us for sampling services because we work as quickly as possible to create realistic snapshots of their water tank health.
Our water treatment plant handles water samples from all over Fife, Edinburgh, and Perth. Scottish homeowners and commercial space managers trust us because our water treatment processes are second to none. Our specialist engineers can spot and address serious issues within short time frames.
Water treatment systems in Scotland have the power to transform unhygienic tanks into safe environments for drinking water. In the current climate, it has never been more important to make employees, residents, and the general public feel safe. With our One Simple Plan approach to water treatment services, we can be on call to solve any problems for a fraction of the cost of our competition.
When it comes to water treatment services in Scotland, you need a team that understands the importance of staying ahead of rules and regulations. Corporations, business owners, and landlords all over Scotland leave the boring admin tasks to us. We assess and maintain water tanks in accordance with Scottish law.
Call us on 01738 472149 within normal working hours to make general inquiries or book your appointment. Our friendly team are always on hand to take your call. To speak to a member of our team in an emergency situation outside of normal working hours, call 07503 343328.
"Friendly, helpful advice. Very informative"
"Brilliant service today from Connor of PHX Water at The Anglers Inn. Full legionella risk assessment done with remedial actions. We’d highly recommend Connor and PHX Water"
"Great service. Assessment carried out efficiently and Connor gave us some good advice."
"We used PHX Water for a number of their services throughout multiple sites across our group, from Legionella risk assessments, tank cleaning and water sampling the service was excellent and we would highly recommend using pHX water. Thanks to the pHX Water team for all your help making this process so efficient and easy to understand."
"We used the pHX Water team to carry out a legionella risk assessment for our hospitality business. Their approach was very professional and incredibly quick to respond. They took care of all the laboratory testing and now performs routine checks to keep us within our legal requirements as business owners. We’ve been left with a file for all the documentation all properly organised so it really is a turn-Key service. I would have no hesitation in recommending pHX Water."
“I had PHX carry out a replacement water filtration system at a rural property outside Stirling that was serviced by a private supply. Very knowledgeable staff and prompt service. Would highly recommend them”