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Broomfield Water Filtration Systems, Softeners & More

The city of Broomfield has grown immensely in the past few years and continues to attract people seeking a suburban setting away from the busy city. Whether you’ve recently moved to Broomfield or are a longtime resident, you may have found yourself wondering about the water quality. Most contaminants are impossible to see with the naked eye, so how do you know what’s in your tap water? As Broomfield’s top water purification experts, we’re here to help you get the answers and solutions you need! We offer a variety of water treatment services for Broomfield including water filtration systems, softeners, and more.


Water quality issues can be difficult to diagnose and detect. You need the help of a team of trained experts on your side who know what to look for and what to do about it. Water Works is trusted by countless homeowners and businesses in Broomfield and is honored to be one of Colorado’s top water purification companies.  Whether you’re in need of a whole house water filter, reverse osmosis system, water softener, or something else, we can provide you with the skill and expertise you need!

Broomfield Residential & Commercial Water Treatment

Are you dealing with hard water, low water pressure, or bad tasting or discolored water? We can help! Water Works offers a variety of water treatment services for commercial and residential properties in Broomfield.

Water Testing

There’s only one surefire way to tell what’s in your water – you need to have it analyzed! Testing can confirm whether there are contaminants in your water, whether it’s too hard or soft, its pH level, and more. Water Works offers a variety of water analysis services including testing for well water, office water, health grade water, and commercial, residential, and industrial applications.

Water Softeners

A lot of the time, people are unaware that they have hard water in their home. They think that some signs like spots on dishes or soap scum in their bathtub are perfectly normal. Or, if their water tastes bad or has an unusual color, they simply don’t drink it and instead waste hundreds of dollars on bottled water. Installing a water softener for your Broomfield home can provide you with access to clean, safe water 24/7. Our extensive inventory of water softeners includes, but is not limited to, ion exchange, salt-free conditioners, reverse osmosis, magnetic, and more.

Water Purification

Water Works has been Broomfield’s trusted source for water purification for decades. Our owner has over 50 years of industry experience and has passed on his extensive insight and knowledge to the rest of our team. We are customer-focused on our work, always focusing on the individual needs of each customer. All of our solutions are completely customized and designed for you!

Water Filtration

Water filters are a well-known, low cost method for improving water quality. But if you’re not an expert, you may be unsure about what type of water filter you need. How do you tell the difference between brands? And do you need a whole house filter or simply an under-sink filter? Worry not; that’s what we’re here for! We’ll help you find the right water filter for your home or business based on your individual needs. Our inventory includes, but is not limited to, whole house filters, reverse osmosis systems, under-sink, drop-in, and in-line filters, and more.

Additional Services

Let the Water Works team handle all of your water purification needs! In addition to the services mentioned above, we also offer chloramine removal, pH balancing, radionuclide treatment, ozone treatment, and more.

Is the Drinking Water Safe in Broomfield?

Water quality is an important topic. What you put into your body each day has a direct impact on your health. If your water contains contaminants, you could be putting your family’s health at risk! Here is some useful information about the drinking water in Broomfield:


Broomfield’s drinking water supply is managed by the City and County of Broomfield’s Water Resources, which consists of the Water Supply and Water Treatment divisions. Broomfield’s water is being constantly tested to ensure that it meets federal and local regulations. The City and County of Broomfield owns a 20 million gallon-per-day conventional Water Treatment Facility. The city also purchases water from Denver Water. All of Broomfield’s drinking water comes from surface water sources such as rivers, lakes, and reservoirs.


Each year, the City and County of Broomfield publishes a report on the quality of the drinking water. You can find more information about Broomfield’s water supply on the Water Resources section of the city’s website.

Broomfield Water Contaminants

Some of the most commonly detected water contaminants in Broomfield include Lead, Copper, Haloacetic acids, Trihalomethanes, Dichloroacetic acid, Dibromochloromethane, Chromium, Chloroform, and Bromodichloromethane.

Water Quality in Broomfield Neighborhoods

Water Works is proud to serve the entire city of Broomfield and the surrounding area. Below, you will find some information about the water quality in popular neighborhoods.

First Filing/Broomfield Heights

This historic neighborhood in Broomfield contains a number of homes built in the 1950’s era. Homes built prior to the year 1980 are at higher risk of containing lead and copper pipes.


The architecture in Redleaf is diverse. This neighborhood contains a number of newer homes as well as homes built in the mid 1970’s. If you live in an older home, we recommend having your water tested to ensure that it’s safe for consumption.

Northmoor Estates

Many of the homes in Northmoor Estates were built between the years 1970-1980. Homes built prior to 1980 are more susceptible to having water quality issues due to outdated plumbing.

Benefits of Water Purification & Filtration Systems

There are many reasons to install a water purification and filtration system for your Broomfield home. For one, they are more convenient than having to purchase water at the store. Secondly, they allow you and your family to enjoy a range of benefits including:

  • Safe, clean running water: You won’t have to worry about the quality or safety of the water coming out of your taps.
  • Healthier for your family, friends, and guests: You can feel confident knowing that you’re giving your loved ones clean, pure water that is safe to drink. 
  • No plastic bottles: Single use plastic is one of the most pressing environmental issues the world is facing today. When you have a water filtration system in your home, there’s no need to purchase plastic water bottles. 
  • Less crowding in landfills: You can do your part to reduce the number of plastic bottles overcrowding and filling up our landfills.
  • Additional benefits: Other benefits of having purified water in your home include cleaner dishes, longer-lasting clothes, and better tasting water.

Why Install a Water Softener?

Broomfield’s water is considered to be relatively soft. However, some homeowners still experience problems with water hardness. Signs of hard water include spots on dishes, plumbing problems, water that is drying on skin and hair, and more. The easiest way to solve these problems is to install a water softener in your home. Water softeners have many benefits such as:

  • Uses less soap: You will probably find that you don’t need quite as much soap to get your hands and clothes clean.
  • Less buildup on shower walls: Hard water leaves behind mineral deposits which can be difficult to remove. You’ll have a much easier time cleaning your tub and shower with a water softener.
  • Cleaner laundry: Your clothes will come out cleaner, smell better, and last longer!
  • Smooth skin and hair: One of the reasons that people love water softeners is that they give them smooth skin and hair.
  • Better for the plumbing system: Hard water can cause buildup in your pipes which reduces your water pressure and volume.

Balancing the Pros and Cons of Well Water for Broomfield Homes

For homeowners in Broomfield, Colorado, utilizing well water provides a viable means to access natural groundwater. However, it requires consistent maintenance due to its susceptibility to contamination. In contrast to treated municipal water, well water could contain an array of contaminants, like bacteria, sediment, pesticides, and heavy metals. Ensuring your well water system is well-maintained is crucial to guarantee a dependable and clean water source for your Broomfield residence. This involves regular water quality testing, timely filter replacements, and addressing concerns related to radioactivity and radionuclides that can sometimes impact well water safety in the region.

Understanding Well Water Contaminants in Broomfield Homes

For homeowners in Broomfield, Colorado, who depend on well water, it’s essential to understand that your water supply could potentially contain a variety of contaminants. These contaminants might come from different origins like agricultural runoff, industrial processes, and naturally existing elements in the soil. Some typical examples of contaminants found in well water include bacteria like coliform and E. coli, nitrates, arsenic, lead, iron, manganese, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Performing regular water testing is crucial to detect the presence of these substances and take suitable actions to manage them using efficient filtration and purification methods.

Enhancing The Well Water Quality For Your Broomfield Home

For homeowners in Broomfield, Colorado, who depend on well water, it’s essential to understand that your water supply could potentially contain a variety of contaminants. These contaminants might come from different origins like agricultural runoff, industrial processes, and naturally existing elements in the soil. Some typical examples of contaminants found in well water include bacteria like coliform and E. coli, nitrates, arsenic, lead, iron, manganese, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Performing regular water testing is crucial to detect the presence of these substances and take suitable actions to manage them using efficient filtration and purification methods.

Call for Trusted Well Water Filtration Installation!

Ready to ensure clean and safe well water for your Aurora home? Contact us at Colorado Water Purification today and let’s discuss installing a reliable well water filtration system tailored to your needs. Your pure water solution is just a call away!

Water Systems Brands

Water Works is the preferred source for residential and commercial water systems in Broomfield! We are proud to carry the following water softener, filtration, purification, and systems brands:

If you’re looking to add a water filtration system to your home in Broomfield, Tomlison faucets are an excellent option. Tomlison is a trusted household name that manufactures water dispensing components. Since 1991, Tomlison Industries has been producing state-of-the-art faucets and fittings for use in both commercial and residential settings. We proudly install Tomlison drinking water faucets, air gap faucets, hot and cold drinking water faucets, reverse osmosis faucets, and more. 

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Clack is one of the world’s most widely recognized manufacturers of water treatment products. We install Clack control valves and fittings, filter media, tanks, reverse osmosis systems, and water filters for properties all throughout Broomfield.






Nugen has been manufacturing water treatment equipment for over 35 years and offers a wide selection of water filtration media, reverse osmosis systems, residential water softeners, whole house filtration systems, commercial systems, housing, filters, and tanks.






Puregen is best known for its industry-leading reverse osmosis systems which are effective in removing common contaminants found in city water. Puregen also produces a variety of water softener systems and components, DMT fittings and tubing, and RO components and accessories.






Aldex produces high quality resins for water softening which are available in standard performance and high efficiency formulations. Aldex products are used for residential water treatment as well as applications that require ultra pure and medical grade water such as microelectronics, pharmaceuticals, and portable exchange deionization.

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As a company, Purolite specializes in resin-based separation, purification, and extraction technology. Purolite’s ion exchange resins provide an effective solution for targeting and removing specific water contaminants, all while reducing waste and costs incurred by property owners.

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Systematix has been in business for over 40 years and was founded in 1982. Systematix is best known for its water purification products, which include filter media, activated carbon, ion exchange technologies, and cartridges for water filtration and purification.


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Water Purification USA produces an extensive range of water treatment systems and components for residential city water, well water systems, and commercial and industrial systems. Selected tanks and valves come with a lifetime warranty and all products are manufactured in the USA including their whole house water filters, water softeners, water conditioners, reverse osmosis systems, cartridge filters, and ultraviolet disinfectant products.






Water Inc. is a world-wide distributor of premium water filtration systems and luxury water treatment products. Water Inc. offers a vast selection of high-end water filters, lead-free faucets, and water treatment products.




Water Works is proud to offer a range of water treatment solutions from Industrial Chemical.

Hydronix is a leading producer of water filtration, purification, and separation technologies. We proudly install a wide range of Hydronix water filters, control valves, tanks, components, parts, and accessories.






If you live in a neighborhood in Broomfield that is at high risk for poor water quality or are concerned about water contaminants, Calgon Corporation manufactures a variety of solutions that can help. Calgon Corporation produces activated carbon products and ultraviolet technologies that are used for removing contaminants and odors and purifying drinking water.





G.A. Murdock has been producing high quality water purification and point-of-use fluid solutions for over 24 years. We proudly offer a wide selection of G.A. Murdock valves, fittings, filters, filter housing, drinking water faucets, products, and systems.






Specialty Mfg. Co. has been in business for over 100 years and produces some of the best metal and plastic valves on the market including ball valves, check valves, and miniature valves for water treatment.






Precision Installation Products is a manufacturer based out of California that offers water treatment and conditioning supplies. At Water Works, we install a wide range of solutions from Precision Installation Products including water filters, reverse osmosis components, faucets, water conditioning parts, and more.






Radon is a natural gas that can cause lung cancer. Radon can build up in water from underground sources. Radonaway produces state-of-the-art radon in water removal systems. If you live in Lakewood and are concerned about radon in your water, Jefferson County has some great information online about radon testing and treatment.





Argonide manufactures premium water filter cartridges that solve water treatment and purification challenges. We are proud to carry Argonide’s full line of advanced water filtration systems including their Nanoceram Filters, NanoCeram Filter Technology, NanoCeram Primer (PDF), Deal Filters, CoolBlue Technologies, and custom filters.






Jacobi produces activated carbon and ion exchange resins designed for water treatment, water softening, heavy metal removal, drinking water, industrial processes, beverage processing, and home water filters.






Hard water is a common concern in Broomfield. Diamond Crystal Water Softener Salt transforms hard water to soft water by removing minerals and buildup.




AXEON produces a wide range of water treatment solutions including membrane systems, filtration systems, ion exchange systems, and disinfection systems.





Stenner has been manufacturing pumps used in water treatment and conditioning since 1957. Stenner peristaltic metering pumps can be used to meter chemicals to impact water pH levels, remove contaminants, and assist with the filtration process.






 Aquatec is one of the top manufacturers in the U.S. that produces precision diaphragm pumps. At Water Works, we frequently install Aquatec Pumps for the purpose of pressure boosting and to deliver water to a specific point of use.






Hydro-Cure melt blown polypropylene sediment cartridges are produced by Clack. Hydro-Cure cartridges are designed to provide high flow rates with minimum pressure drop and are ideal for applications in which economical filters are required.




Accurate water analysis is key for detecting and treating water quality issues. Hach produces a variety of solutions for water analysis including flow meters and sensors, water test kits, chemistries and instruments, automatic samplers, and more.






Cole-Parmer is a trusted producer of water treatment solutions. We proudly offer a wide range of Cole-Parmer products including flow meters, water quality testing technology, tubings and fittings, valves, filtration products, and more.






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