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Welcome to Water Wizard West Michigan's Premier Pure Water Experts

"Buy A Filter Or Be A Filter"

Water Wizard™ specializes in the sale, rental, and service of water conditioners, reverse osmosis systems, iron removal, and water coolers. Water Wizard™ is locally owned and operated and serves all of West Michigan. We look forward to providing for your WATER NEEDS!

About Us

Started in 1989 as a service company, we understand the importance of excellent customer service. Without our customers, we would not exist! It is this drive for excellence that allows us to give you the type of service you deserve! The dedicated, professional staff at Water Wizard™ looks forward to the opportunity to meet with you and explain the benefits of installing a custom tailored water system in your home or office.

Most people today are concerned with the taste, quality, and effectiveness of the water they use and consume. At Water Wizard™ we cater to this concern with a full line of Water Purification Solutions. Our products are divided into Residential and Commercial lines to better serve the unique needs of each customer.

Why Is The Quality Of Your Water Important?

  • Approximately 70% of your body is made of water
  • 85% of the gray matter of the brain is water
  • Water is important to equalizing temperature throughout the body
  • Water serves as a lubricant for moving surfaces such as joints, the heart and intestines
  • Water dissolves or holds in suspension other materials in protoplasm
  • The sense organs of equilibrium depend on the presence of water
  • Sound is conducted through the inner ear by liquid
  • The transparency of the media of the eye to light is maintained by water
  • Water (cerebrospinal fluid) serves as a cushion for the brain and cord
  • Water moistens the surface of the lungs for gas diffusion
  • Water is the medium for digestion, absorption, metabolism, secretion, and excretion
  • With all these important functions of water in the body, doesn't it make sense to put only high quality water in your body?

    I Drink Bottled Water, Isn't That Good Quality?

    Unfortunately, the "bottled water" craze is more hype than health. Inadequate regulations offer no assurance of purity. The following are several important pieces of information published in a recent NRDC study on 1,000 bottles, and 103 brands of bottled water.

    Contamination - About one-third of the waters tested contained levels of contamination, including synthetic organic chemicals, bacteria, and arsenic.

    No Regulations - At the national level, the Food and Drug Administration is responsible for bottled water safety, but the FDA's rules completely exempt waters that are packaged and sold within the same state, which accounts for between 60 and 70 percent of all bottled water sold in the United States.

    Lower Standards - Even when bottled waters are covered by the FDA's rules, they are subject to less rigorous testing and purity standards than those which apply to city tap water.

    Parasites - There are no requirements for bottled water to be disinfected or tested for parasites such as cryptosporidium or giardia.

    Waste of Money - People spend from 240 to over 10,000 times more per gallon for bottled water than they typically do for tap water.

    Disguised Tap Water - Approximately one-fourth of bottled water is actually bottled tap water, according to government and industry estimates. Some estimates go as high as 40 percent.

    Chemical Spring Water - FDA rules allow bottlers to call their product "spring water" even though it may be brought to the surface using a pumped well, and it may be treated with chemicals.

    Natural Resource Defense Council, March 1999 Petition to the FDA -

    Water!! A Chemical Cocktail??

    Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that water poses a health risk. EPA sets standards for approximately 90 contaminants in drinking water. EPA's standards, along with each contaminant's likely source and health effects, are available at:

    For interesting information about Chlorine and other chemicals in your water:

    Tapped (Part 4)


    A documentary examining the bottled water industry and its effects on the environment and public health.