Shipments available via Canada Post.
All prices on in US Dollars.

* First Class International mail is taking 1 - 3 weeks to arrive.
Same for Priority Mail.
Express Mail is taking 1 - 2 weeks.


We ship to Canada all the time.

Small parts under 32 ounces can be shipped by Air Mail in large bubbled envelope ( and pass through Canadian Customs with little or no delay ).
Larger items that require a "box" ( like RO filters ) tend to get held up in Canadian Customs.
Parts usually arrive in about one week, but can take up to 4 weeks to arrive.


Items weighing over 2 lb.( cost calculated in your CART once you input your ADDRESS ), must be shipped by Priority Mail or Express Mail, as the Canadian Postal Service has been delaying, damaging, and losing packages we have shipped over 2 lbs using "First Class International" mail service.

Items up to 59 lbs. can be shipped by Priority or Express Mail ( The rate is based on weight, with calculation occurring in your CART once you've entered your Ship to: ADDRESS ) which is normally 5 - 7 business days delivery and includes Tracking Number.

Please try adding your items to the Shopping Cart, enter your address ( Country, Province, and Zip Code ) for a "shipping quote".
Calculate Shipping to Canada

Orders can and should be placed online. Shipping will be quoted based on the weight of the items.
All orders will be emailed a tracking number ( USPS.com or Canada Postal website can show progress of package ).

Express Mail shipping upgrade is available during check out. The shopping cart will quote any order weighing less then 60 lbs. and we do not ship heavier orders outside USA.
Also, we can ship ( for less cost ) via FedEx or U.S. mail to "border towns" in USA, that are used as delivery drop off, for pick up by you.


Also see, Shipping Questions: When, How Long, From Where, What Methods.


ANY TAX or DUTY will be paid by YOU when order is delivered, we do NOT collect this in advance.

2.2.1 Customs Duties and Taxes Canadian Customs Requirements
Customs Duties, Taxes and Exemptions
2.2.1
Any item mailed into Canada is potentially subject to duty and/or taxes with few exceptions.
Visit the CBSA web site at https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/import/postal-postale/menu-eng.html for more information on mail imports. The CBSA collects provincial sales taxes (PST) on most taxable imports valued at over $20CDN entering Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. The CBSA also collects Harmonized Sales Taxes (HST) on most taxable imports entering Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.


We do not use UPS or FedEx for shipments to Canada, as the "broker" fees can be more than the cost of the item.

Both require higher costs and paper work to ship International...

So we just don't use them.
Only the Postal Service is used to ship to Canada.



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