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Water Quality in Sioux Falls

Sioux Falls drinking water comes from surface water sources (lakes, rivers, and streams) by way of wells along the river. So, depending on where you live, from Minnehaha to McCook County, the water quality you experience in your home will often vary according to environmental factors and seasonality, like spring flooding.

Surface water, like the water that comes from the Big Sioux River and Middle Skunk Creek aquifers, can have a lot of advantages, however when surface water does experience issues, they’re often obvious and time consuming to fix.

One of the most common Sioux Falls water problems — water contaminated with hexavalent chromium and or trithalomenes — is generally the result of surface water that’s been contaminated by chemical or agricultural contamination.  The city of Sioux Falls’ water utility provides filtration to match federal safe drinking water standards, but this doesn’t always mean the water is free from certain concentrations of these potentially-hazardous chemicals.

Water Treatment Solutions

The right solution for your water needs often depends on what’s in your water specifically.  For chemicals and other dissolved contaminants like those often found in Sioux Falls’ water, the best solutions are generally reverse osmosis treatment and ion exchange filtration. 

At Culligan of Sioux Falls, that’s why we’re here — to test, evaluate, and help you access the best quality water in your home on your budget. Whether that’s a reverse osmosis drinking water system, a whole home water softener, or something else, we’ll customize a solution that’s right for your Sioux Falls water.

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