South Adams County Water and Sanitation District, CO

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Water Hardness
About Hard Water
Water Quality Lab

Ph: 303.286.0447

8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday
Yes, the District does have hard water.

A good portion of the District's water is supplied by shallow alluvial aquifers. These aquifers expose water to natural underground calcium and magnesium deposits. These dissolved minerals result in your drinking water averaging 21 grains per gallon (359 mg/L) hardness.

This hardness can result in the buildup of white deposits called scale in cooking pots and coffee makers or reduced ability to make suds for washing.

Water Softeners
Water hardness in the home can be managed with packaged water softeners or other softening devices. If you feel the need to install a water softener, shop around for the best price and choose a company that will stand behind their product.

If you currently have a water softener installed in your home, or if you are planning to purchase a water softening system in the future, please refer to the Important Information Regarding Water Softeners.

6595 East 70th Avenue
Commerce City, CO 80022
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