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Prescott Valley, Arizona

We proudly serve Prescott Valley, Yavapai County, and Coconino County including Prescott, Dewey-Humboldt, and Chino Valley.

What’s in most of Sedona, Arizona water?

Most of our water in Northern Arizona is groundwater. We are fortunate in that our water does not typically suffer from industrial pollution. However, water acts as a solvent, dissolving and carrying all sorts of natural and man-made “contaminants” that can affect the working or health aspects of your water.

Almost all of our Northern Arizona water is “hard”, with calcium bicarbonates being the primary constituent of the water. Typical hardness ranges from 7 grains per gallon to over 30 grains, but hardness readings of up to over 100 grains are also found. Hardness typically manifests itself as “lime scale”. Hardness levels above 10.5 are considered extremely hard.

Do You Need a Water Treatment System?

If you are a private well owner, you are your own water company. You become responsible for insuring the safety of your water supply. For well owners, we strongly recommend regular bacteria checks and an occasional inorganic water analysis. Whether you have a well or a municipal supply, your water will have more than H2O in it, and it is likely to be improved with treatment. To learn more about your municipality’s drinking water quality, review your local water quality report.

When you are ready to learn more about your home or business’s water quality, contact us for a FREE on site water analysis and we’ll tell you exactly what’s in your water. Our Water Specialist can test your water’s level of hardness, iron, pH, and TDS, and offer a wide range of solutions to fit your needs.

What’s in most of Northwestern Arizona water?

Most of our water in Northern Arizona is groundwater. We are fortunate in that our water does not typically suffer from industrial pollution. However, water acts as a solvent, dissolving and carrying all sorts of natural and man-made “contaminants” that can affect the working or health aspects of your water.

Almost all of our Northern Arizona water is “hard”, with calcium bicarbonates being the primary constituent of the water. Typical hardness ranges from 7 grains per gallon to over 30 grains, but hardness readings of up to over 100 grains are also found. Hardness typically manifests itself as “lime scale”. Hardness levels above 10.5 are considered extremely hard.

Do You Need a Water Treatment System?

If you are on a “municipal” water supply, it is the responsibility of the water utility to deliver water that meets the minimum EPA standards. Your water company should supply you with their water reports, or Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) when asked. For finding where to contact your local water supplier, click here.  If you are a private well owner, you are your own water company. You become responsible for insuring the safety of your water supply. For well owners, we strongly recommend regular bacteria checks and an occasional inorganic water analysis. Whether you have a well or a municipal supply, your water will have more than H2O in it, and it is likely to be improved with treatment.

To learn more about your municipality’s drinking water quality, review your local water quality report.

When you are ready to learn more about your home or business’s water quality, contact us for a FREE on site water analysis and we’ll tell you exactly what’s in your water. Our Water Specialist can test your water’s level of hardness, iron, pH, and TDS, and offer a wide range of solutions to fit your needs.

Prescott Valley, AZ Clearwater Systems

Store Hours

  • Tuesday & Thursdays : 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

For all Inquiries

7485 E First Street, Ste F Prescott Valley, AZ 86314

928-772-5020 Contact