Big Horn Water, LLC is an independently owned business in Central & North Central Wyoming. We have expertise in how to treat the issues associated with ground water & municipal water supplies. Take a look at our products & services below to see if we can help you "clear things up".
We can develop a treatment plan based on a simple water test. Call or email us today to have your water tested. Consult is free within our routine service area.
Treatment equipment and bottled water service is available. Regardless of your water source, we are able to provide anyone with clean drinking water.
We are the only fully authorized Hellenbrand dealer in the Big Horn and Wind River Basins. We also build and test residential treatment systems in shop.
Remove calcium, magnesium, and other metal cations in hard water. The resulting soft water is more compatible with soap and extends the lifetime of plumbed utilities. Residential and commercial treatment options available.
We locally produce bottled water and deliver it to your home or business. Our water is treated and bottled in 3 gallon and 5 gallon bottles, as well as 1 Liter and 1/2 liter bottles by the case. We also provide coolers for rent or for purchase.
Wyoming ground water is full of iron and sulfates. These contaminants lead to reddish brown staining and a displeasing rotten egg odor. These applications will reduce those harmful effects automatically and is stronger & safer than chlorine.
Remove organic solids from your water with 4-stage filtration pressurized through a semi-permeable membrane. Up to 99% of dissolved solids are removed during this process. Units can fit in the cabinet under your sink or can supply your entire home.
Ultraviolet (UV) is a safe, clean, easy-to-maintain method of assuring that water is free of bacteria. UV Water Purification uses Ultraviolet light, just like sunlight, to kill micro-organisms that may be in the water. It is a proven technology that has no significant drawbacks.
Remove damaging sediment from ground water or excess chlorine from a treated municipal water supply by way of a cartridge filter or media tank. Filters are hard plumbed into your existing water line and treatment media comes in a variety of options.