Arizona Water Quality Facts
Answers for your Arizona water questions
Natural water scarcity in Arizona creates issues residents often notice about their water. Supplied primarily by the Colorado River and groundwater, municipal water in Arizona can present a variety of problems, such as lime and white scale buildup, overworked appliances, spotted or cloudy dishes, and dry skin, as well as less obvious issues, like arsenic or sulfur contamination.
In Arizona communities where the primary source is groundwater or river water, it's often supplemented by reservoirs and reclaimed wastewater, which can create even more problems. For all kinds of water issues, there's a Culligan Solution you can count on to bring you fresher, better-tasting water.
Different areas of Arizona can experience distinct water problems, so water quality can vary widely, even within the same city. Learn more about the water where you live.
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Tips From the Culligan Man
Schedule your water test early in the day, since most water problems will be more apparent when faucets have been off all night.
Did You Know
The Phoenix and Tucson areas receive, on average, annual rainfall between eight and 12 inches.