Nevada Water Quality Facts
Solutions For Your Water Quality Problems
With a diverse mix of landscapes and weather patterns throughout the state, Nevada residents are subject to a variety of water concerns. To reach its destination, most Nevada water travels from high in the mountains to the nearest river system, and eventually to a reservoir or treatment plant in your city. During its journey, water picks up naturally occurring minerals that make Nevada's water supply notoriously hard. The hard water in Nevada can present a variety of problems, such as lime or white scale buildup, overworked appliances, spotted or cloudy dishes, and dry skin.
Different areas of Nevada can experience distinct water problems, so water quality concerns can vary widely. Learn more about the water where you live.
Your Nevada Culligan Man is an expert on your water, can test it to determine any problems, and provide the best way to address them.
Find out more about your local water
Tips From the Culligan Man
Schedule your Culligan water test early in the day, since many water problems will be more apparent when faucets have been off overnight.
Did You Know
Since 2000, the water level in Lake Mead has dropped more than 100 feet, a difference of roughly five trillion gallons. In 2014, the reservoir reached its lowest point since the construction of the Hoover Dam in the 1930s.