Fallon, Nevada, is in our water system installation service area. We can provide many water treatment options for Fallon residents, among them:
- Water Filtration Systems – Water filtration systems, throughout Northern Nevada and the Reno / Sparks area, are becoming a “must have” in an era in which people focus on the quality of their water and their health.
- Water Softeners – Water softening is used if you have ‘hard’ water. ‘Hard’ water contains a lot of calcium and magnesium and can damage your pipes, and appliances. Water softeners remove these excess minerals and help extend the life your pipes and appliances.
- Reverse Osmosis Systems – Recognized by the Centers for Disease Control and the Environmental Protection Agency as an effective means for treating drinking water, reverse osmosis systems process water by using pressure to force the water through a very fine, semi-permeable membrane
- Water Purifiers – imagine how good you’ll fee when you and your family are drinking purified water from a whole house water purification system.
- Water Testing Service – we can help Fallon residents with water testing. You need to know, first, what’s in your water before, second, we can work together on a water filtration system for you. We can assist with arsenic testing as well as iron and odor water testing.
- Whole House Water Systems – hard or impure water isn’t a problem just if you drink it. It can be damaging to your appliances, be hard on your hair or skin, or otherwise deteriorate the water quality in your household. We are the #1 company that can provide whole house water system installations in the Fallon area.
Fallon Nevada Water Quality Resources
Here are some helpful resources on water testing and water quality in Fallon, Nevada, as well as general city information.
- Nevada Water Law– the law serves the people of Nevada.
- Water Problems – Engineering and Public Works for the City of Fallon, NV.
- Truckee Carson Irrigation District – TCID is a political subdivision of the State of Nevada organized, and chartered in 1918 for the purpose of representing the water right holders within the boundaries of the Newlands Project in connection with the operations of the Project.
And here’s a historical fact about Fallon, NV. Fallon’s dusty crossroads would never be the same! Mike Fallon sold his ranch to Warren W. Williams, who proceeded to have the land platted and began advertising the sale of lots. Williams laid out the west side of the new town, and named the central street after his native state of Maine. Other streets like, Bailey, Allen and Taylor were named for his friends.
While Williams was busy on the west side of town, John Oats laid out and platted the east side.
In 1903, the State Senator Williams pushed through legislation that formally moved the county seat from Stillwater to the new town of Fallon. Stillwater residents were not particularly pleased with this turn of events, but ultimately conceded defeat. Construction of a courthouse for the new county seat was completed in 1903, and many Stillwater businesses moved to Fallon.