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Culligan always sends information regarding my account, delivery schedule changes if any and has professional courteous drivers that are in and out in no time to change out my filters. In the SCV it’s a must to protect our appliances from hard water failure and at the same time have clean soft filtered drinking water.
The technician was awesome and solved our issue quickly and perfectly. He told us exactly what we need to do moving forward so as to get plenty of filtered drinking water all the time.
I have been a Culligan customer for over 30 years and have always been pleased with their service. I would certainly recommend them to anyone needing water service.
The Best Salt-Free Water Softeners and Water Filters in Santa Clarita, California.
With this combination of water resources, Santa Clarita water quality often faces our share of water filtration and treatment issues:
The Saugus Formation and Allvium Aquifer are the primary sources of water for the Santa Clarita Valley water. But half of the SCV’s water is imported from hundreds of miles away. This is called the State Water Project, and originates north of Sacramento. Since 2003, recycled water has also been available.
Since the automatic water softener ordinance took effect on March 27, 2003, automatic regeneration water softeners have been banned in Santa Clarita. Check out our Salt-Free options!
Because so much water comes from mineral-rich groundwater and there is a water softener ban, your options are limited. Typically customers opt for a salt-free water conditioners or portable exchange delivery. Call or send us a message to learn how we can help.
Is Santa Clarita’s tap water safe to drink?
Environmental Working Group detected 21 contaminants in Santa Monica tap water where levels reached above their recommended guidelines. This includes arsenic, chromium-6, HAA5, nitrates, PFAS, TTHMs, and uranium.
Is Santa Clarita water hard?
Parts of SCV water can be considered hard to very hard. The Import Division Treatment Plant had a typical hardness of 320 mg/L. It reached up to over 400 mg/L in the SCV Water Agency Valencia Water Division. Looking for more information? Check out the SCV water quality report here.