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Veteran Pool Tile Cleaning in Arizona City.

Arizona Bead Blasting heads to Arizona City for the first time for some tile cleaning! Carl gave us a call because his three your old pool was starting to get a bit crusty.  He gave us the dimensions and after agreeing on the price we headed down a couple days later.  When we arrived the pool had been drained and was in great shape except the tile definitely needed our help.  Time to get to work!  One hour later the pool tile and stone looked like new.  Calcium can off easier then normal.  Carl had mentioned something about the quality of the water in Arizona City.  (After a little research we found an interesting article.  Check down below.)  If your into skydiving – Eloy, just a few miles away, hosts one of the biggest jump zones in the country.  Carl, a former Navy Seal and Vietnam vet, thanked us for the tile cleaning service and without missing a beat we thanked him for his.  Hats off to all our men and women in the armed forces.

When Jack McRae, then president of the Arizona City Development Corporation decided to develop 2 1/2 acres of land in Arizona City in January of 1959, the driving force behind it was the water. Located in the Santa Cruz Valley, south of Casa Grande, and midway between Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona City boasts one of the purest water sources in the state. Surveys had shown that in certain areas in the Santa Cruz Valley, close to the Sawtooth Mountains, southwest of Arizona City, there existed an abundance of deep water. 

The source of the water is the Santa Cruz river, which flows north from Mexico, one of the few in North America that do. Runoff from the local Sawtooth Mountains also helps contribute to the pure tasting water. An interview with a local Arizona City resident in 1963 by the Arizona City Daily Star said this about the water:

(Our water is unusually pure and soft. It has very few minerals, just enough to give it a good taste. You’d be surprised at the number of people who remark about the quality of our water as soon as they stop for a drink. Compared with other municipal wells in the area, we are considered to have very sweet water, tasty and pure. Each 14 days we send samples to the state Health Department and their analysis reports come back consistently reading 100 percent pure.” (AZ City Daily Star July 1963).

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“Our water is unusually pure and soft. It has very few minerals, just enough to give it a good taste. You’d be surprised at the number of people who remark about the quality of our water as soon as they stop for a drink. Compared with other municipal wells in the area, we are considered to have very sweet water, tasty and pure. Each 14 days we send samples to the state Health Department and their analysis reports come back consistently reading 100 percent pure.” (AZ City Daily Star July 1963)

“Our water is unusually pure and soft. It has very few minerals, just enough to give it a good taste. You’d be surprised at the number of people who remark about the quality of our water as soon as they stop for a drink. Compared with other municipal wells in the area, we are considered to have very sweet water, tasty and pure. Each 14 days we send samples to the state Health Department and their analysis reports come back consistently reading 100 percent pure.” (AZ City Daily Star July 1963)

“Our water is unusually pure and soft. It has very few minerals, just enough to give it a good taste. You’d be surprised at the number of people who remark about the quality of our water as soon as they stop for a drink. Compared with other municipal wells in the area, we are considered to have very sweet water, tasty and pure. Each 14 days we send samples to the state Health Department and their analysis reports come back consistently reading 100 percent pure.” (AZ City Daily Star July 1963)

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