Utah Water Quality Facts
Solutions For Your Water Quality Problems
Utah is the second-driest state in the country. It supplies its residents with drinking water mainly from surface sources, along with some supplemental water from wells and aquifers. Utah's water supply is replenished by snowpack in the winter as well as rainstorms in the fall. This precipitation feeds the rivers and lakes that source the reservoirs and support the state's water sources. There is much concern in Utah that if temperatures continue to rise, water shortage will be a serious problem in years to come. As a result, water conservation and municipal usage concerns are at an all time high.
Utah residents often notice that their tap water is hard and unpleasant tasting, and contributes to the buildup of soap scum and limescale around the house, as well as spots and streaks on glassware, dishes, and silverware.
Different areas of Utah can experience distinct water issues. Even within the same city, water quality problems may vary. Learn more about the water quality issues where you live.
Your local Utah 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
Save water by turning off the tap while brushing teeth of shaving.
Did You Know
The majority of Utah adds fluoride to municipal drinking water.