High Desert Water, Inc.

High Desert Water, Inc. Since 1978 providing Southern New Mexico with Water Softeners & Reverse Osmosis systems specially designed for our hard water. Fill up in store too!

Sales-Rentals-Repairs. Wow! Over 40 yrs of providing Alamogordo & the Tularosa basin with locally designed Water Softeners and Reverse Osmosis systems.

Operating as usual

09/19/2021
High Desert Water, Inc.

Hard Water and Hair Damage.

Did you know we rent Water Softeners? No long-term contracts or down payments. We rent in Alamogordo, La Luz, Tularosa and High Rolls.

Ask your Salon if they have a Water Softener.

If you live in a hard water area such as Alamogordo, you will know that the high levels of minerals in hard water can leave scum marks on glasses and faucets and reduce the effectiveness of shampoos and soap products.

What you might not realize however, is that calcium and magnesium, which occur in disproportionate amounts in hard water, can create a film on individual hair shafts and result in tangled and damaged hair.

There are a few home remedies, such as lemon juice and vinegar that can temporarily solve this problem, but by far the best way to reduce damage to your hair from hard water is to invest in a water softener system.

Water softeners treat water as it enters your home and, as well as contributing to healthy hair, happy skin, cleaning product consumption and the life of your appliances.

Send a message to learn more.

Let us do the heavy lifting! Call for delivery.575-434-5087 We will put it right in your Water Softener. Ask for the Sof...
09/13/2021

Let us do the heavy lifting! Call for delivery.
575-434-5087 We will put it right in your Water Softener. Ask for the Softener Sanitizer too!

Let us do the heavy lifting! Call for delivery.
575-434-5087 We will put it right in your Water Softener. Ask for the Softener Sanitizer too!

Have you been thinking about getting a Water Softener installed in your home? Check out ours at the link below.  We rent...
09/09/2021
Our Products - High Desert Water, Inc.

Have you been thinking about getting a Water Softener installed in your home? Check out ours at the link below. We rent too!
https://highdesertwaterinc.com/products/

The HD Advanced Series Water softener Features and Benefits: Fiber-reinforced polymer valve body for superior strength and durability, non-corrosive, and UV-resistantContinuous service flow rate of 36 GPM with a backwash of 28 GPMBackwash capability accommodates softener tanks up to 21

09/02/2021

On sale thru Sept 10th.
We will be closed Monday.

09/01/2021

⚠️ Please be aware! On Thursday, September 2nd there will be a traffic pattern change at the intersection of Indian Wells Rd. & White Sands Blvd. Northbound & Southbound White Sands Blvd will be one lane in each direction. The traffic will switch to the East side of White Sands Blvd. as Rock Canyon Construction begins work on the west side of White Sands Blvd. where traffic has been traveling. Please use caution as the workers will be in and out of traffic striping for the traffic switch. Indian Wells Rd. will not be affected. Questions related to this project should be directed to Rock Canyon Construction at 575-415-3544.

The ONLINE WATER CARD SALE starts Saturday August 28th, 9 am and continues thru Sunday September 12, 5pm. Click below to...
08/28/2021
Water Cards - High Desert Water, Inc.

The ONLINE WATER CARD SALE starts Saturday August 28th, 9 am and continues thru Sunday September 12, 5pm. Click below to purchase online. Be sure to add to description box exactly how many cards you are buying, if they are R.O. or Alkaline or both and what NAME you want on the cards. Thanks!

Cards do not expire and are not refundable.

Call us for more information on how to remove PFAS from your water using activated carbon treatment, ion exchange resins...
08/27/2021
Treating PFAS in Drinking Water | US EPA

Call us for more information on how to remove PFAS from your water using activated carbon treatment, ion exchange resins, and high pressure membranes, like nanofiltration or reverse osmosis.

PFAS treatment in drinking water

08/19/2021

Thursday, August 19, 2021, Highway 70 is scheduled to be blocked one time. This block will begin at 6:00 a.m. and will last approximately one hour. This block will be located at "RED BLOCK" (top of San Augustin Pass /mile marker 164) and at "YELLOW BLOCK" (White Sands National Park /mile marker 200). The Las Cruces Gate, Owen Road and Nike Avenue will also be affected.

Be advised, all blocks are subject to change without notice.
Guidance in case of medical emergencies during a roadblock or gate closure:

If someone is stopped during a roadblock or a gate closure and feel they are experiencing a medical emergency, they should drive to the front of the roadblock or to the gate and tell the on-site police officer or gate guard they are having a medical emergency. The police officer or gate guard will then contact the Range Control Office to determine how to proceed from there.

For more information, call 575-678-2222, or for the latest recorded update, call 575-678-1178.

08/17/2021

New Mexico Dept of Health announced new emergency public health order reinstating indoor mask requirement.

Beginning Friday August 20th, all persons age 2 and up will be required to wear a face covering indoors in public settings unless eating or drinking, regardless of vaccination status. The order will remain in effect through at least Sept 15th
😷

Photos from Desert Exposure's post
08/16/2021

Photos from Desert Exposure's post

08/14/2021

The city is experiencing wide spread flooding. Please avoid flooded areas. Alamogordo Fire Department, Alamogordo Police Department, and Alamogordo Public Works are out and about trying to block intersections. All sandbags are available through the city yards on North Florida. Please use caution if you must drive. The non-emergent line to APD dispatch is 575-439-4300 please utilize the non-emergency line for non-emergent incidents. If you have an emergency please call 911. Firefighters are out assisting with flooding fire station phones are not manned at this time.

Grant Tosterud on Twitter
08/13/2021
Grant Tosterud on Twitter

Grant Tosterud on Twitter

“⚠️ Flash Flood Watch has been expanded to include parts of central and eastern New Mexico through Friday morning. Heavy rain will be possible this afternoon through tonight and could lead to flash flooding. @krqe #NMwx #Monsoon2021”

08/10/2021
Good morning 🌄
08/09/2021

Good morning 🌄

Good morning 🌄

Like our new signs? Thanks A C Print & Design LLC
08/05/2021

Like our new signs? Thanks A C Print & Design LLC

08/04/2021

New sign! THANKS AC Print & Design, LLC

07/28/2021

In line with the new recommendation from The CDC we will be wearing a mask when helping our customers, even though we at High Desert Water are all vaccinated, in case our customers are not vaccinated. We recommend masks for our customers as well. Thank you. We appreciate you all!

07/26/2021

New event: Flash Flood Watch
West Slopes Sacramento Mountains Below 7500 Feet-Sacramento
Mountains Above 7500 Feet-East Slopes Sacramento Mountains Below
7500 Feet-
Including the cities of Mayhill, Sacramento, Timberon, Pinon,
Sunspot, Cloudcroft, Mescalero, Mountain Park, and Apache Summit
158 AM MDT Mon Jul 26 2021

...FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM NOON MDT TODAY THROUGH
MIDNIGHT...

The National Weather Service in El Paso Tx/Santa Teresa has issued a

* Flash Flood Watch for a portion of south central New Mexico,
including the following areas, East Slopes Sacramento Mountains
Below 7500 Feet, Sacramento Mountains Above 7500 Feet and West
Slopes Sacramento Mountains Below 7500 Feet.

* From Noon MDT today through this evening.

* Heavy rain due to thunderstorms may produce rainfall rates in
excess of 3 inches per hour, which could lead to flash flooding.
Total rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches will be possible this
afternoon and evening in a few areas across the Sacramento
Mountains and Lincoln National Forest. Flooding will be more
extreme near wildfire burn scars and saturated drainages due to
the lack of moisture absorption by the ground.

* Hikers and campers should be aware of flood prone areas and stay
away from drainages and arroyos. Motorists should use caution in
heavy rains and never attempt to cross a flooded roadway.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should Flash Flood Warnings be issued.

&&
iNWS is an experimental service intended for NWS core partners, including emergency managers, community leaders and other government agencies only.

07/22/2021

📣 For those that are not aware, the City will remove graffiti for FREE on personal and business properties, through Keep Alamogordo Beautiful (KAB)🌿. This is a service that has been offered for many many years, all you have to do is complete the request form at the link below! If you have questions, you can contact KAB at 575-439-4250.
https://ci.alamogordo.nm.us/FormCenter/Keep-Alamogordo-Beautiful-19/Graffiti-Removal-78

Make it GOOD water!
07/13/2021

Make it GOOD water!

July is National Pet Hydration Awareness Month! Refreshing your pet’s water regularly with cold water can help prevent your pet from becoming dehydrated.

Photos from NMDOT's post
07/12/2021

Photos from NMDOT's post

07/10/2021
Polluted Runoff: A Broken Promise Threatens Drinking Water in the Heartland
07/09/2021
Polluted Runoff: A Broken Promise Threatens Drinking Water in the Heartland

Polluted Runoff: A Broken Promise Threatens Drinking Water in the Heartland

The 1985 federal farm bill created a conservation compact between farmers and taxpayers. In return for generous farm subsidies, farmers agreed to take steps to cut erosion and polluted runoff from their most vulnerable cropland, and to not drain wetland...

Tips for Visiting White Sands New Mexico
07/08/2021
Tips for Visiting White Sands New Mexico

Tips for Visiting White Sands New Mexico

White Sands National Monument has been one of our favorite spots in the Southwest and a real jewel in the National Park Service. If it isn't on your list, it should be!

Please note: If you are unvaccinated or not yet fully vaccinated masks are still required in our store, per NM Public He...
05/14/2021

Please note:
If you are unvaccinated or not yet fully vaccinated masks are still required in our store, per NM Public Health Order.
Thank You!

Please note:
If you are unvaccinated or not yet fully vaccinated masks are still required in our store, per NM Public Health Order.
Thank You!

How are you feeling right now?Being well-hydrated has proven to improve your mood and energy level. Keep your water hand...
05/10/2021

How are you feeling right now?
Being well-hydrated has proven to improve your mood and energy level. Keep your water handy with one of our new 16 oz bottles. Double wall insulation and comes with a straw! BPA free. Buy one for $9.99 and get free chilled alkaline water refills.

Address

2201 Indian Wells Rd.
Alamogordo, NM
88310

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

Telephone

(575) 434-5087

Products

Come by our showroom to fill up by the gallon with Reverse Osmosis, Alkaline or De-ionized water in your container. New bottles of various sizes available for sale. We offer Reverse Osmosis Systems and Alkaline Systems for your home or business. Update your Water Softener with our state-of-the-art ultra efficient technology designed to minimize salt consumption and water used during the softener regeneration process.
Our mission is to provide Alamogordo and the surrounding area with the highest quality water treatment equipment, the best warranties in the industry, with qualified, trained technicians completing all of our installations.

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Since 1978 providing Alamogordo and surrounding area with Water Softeners & Reverse Osmosis systems specially designed for our hard water. Fill up in store too! Reverse Osmosis or Alkaline water by the gallon. 24/7 Ice and water vending machines too

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Would you pay $84 for a water bottle?
Have you had any damage or seen any around Alamogordo so far today? Be careful out there!