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The people are so friendly and professional. I couldn’t believe how hard our installation person worked to get the whole house filter installed. You couldn’t pay me enough money to crawl all the way under the house! I am really enjoying the peace of mind that I have clean drinking water for my senior parents, myself, and my dog. Highly recommend.
All of the employees at Culligan have been very helpful with getting me and my family taken care of. I definitely recommend this office for your water needs.
We got a whole house purification system, water softening system and a reverse osmosis system. Installation was quick and clean and anytime we had a problem, Culligan was quick to send someone out and fix it. Great customer service.
The Best Water Softeners and Water Filters in Newport Beach
With this combination of water resources, Newport Beach water quality often faces our share of water filtration and treatment issues:
Surface water, like rivers and snow melt, absorb contaminants that can be harmful for consumption as well as annoying around the home. Most of these contaminants include naturally occurring bio materials and minerals. This means water quality can worsen seasonally when warming temperatures contribute to algal blooms, or heighten water sensitivity to microorganism growth.
Ground water presents its own treatment challenges and filtration issues, so Newport Beach residents with primarily ground water service may see different water problems than those using water from Newport Beach surface water sources. Most often, these manifest as hard water problems which cause buildup on faucets and fixtures, and can be hard on appliances and plumbing.
Newport Beach Water Quality
Newport Beach gets much of its water from Big Canyon. The Big Canyon Reservoir is the largest city owned reservoir with a capacity of 600 acre foot or 195 million gallons. Built in 1958 this reservoir was the primary water supply for Newport for many years.
Newport’s groundwater comes from four ground water wells located in the City of Fountain Valley then pumped to a reservoir in Newport Beach. The groundwater basin is actively managed by Orange County Water District. Ground water comes from a natural under ground aquifer, layered with sand and gravel, that works as a natural water filter. The water is replenished with water from the Santa Ana River, local rainfall and imported water. The groundwater basin is 350 square miles and lies beneath north and central Orange County from Irvine to the Los Angeles County border, and from Yorba Linda to the Pacific Ocean. More than 20 cities and retail water districts pump from the basin to provide water to homes and businesses.
Whether you’re dealing with a stale, chlorinated taste or odor, or looking for ways to increase the efficiency of your home, Culligan of Newport Beach has a water filtering solution designed for the type of water problems Santa Ana deals with most. Learn more about our filtering solutions for tap water, and find the resources you need to address issues with your drinking water, today.
Is Newport Beach Tap Water Safe To Drink?
Environmental Working Group detected 16 contaminants in Glendale tap water where levels reached above their recommended guidelines. This includes arsenic, chloroform, chromium-6, HAA5, nitrates, and uranium.