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Business Scene: The Water Guy from Castle Country Salt and Water keeps the water flowing


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Loren Unsworth of Price took over operation of Castle Country Salt and Water in June. The business was previously owned by Frank Gordon of Huntington.

Unsworth isn't your ordinary water boy. He likes to be called the water guy. He goes above and beyond the call of duty making sure your business will never run out of water. He has been serving Emery and Carbon counties with home or office delivery of their salt and water needs.

Unsworth has water coolers available for home or office on a rental basis and will deliver the five gallon water bottle refills. These coolers are equipped to dispense water at three temperatures, cold, room temperature, and hot water.

He also has 16.9 ounce water for delivery to your home or office.

The salt he supplies is for water softener systems. He will deliver the salt to your home or business and fill your water softener containers on a regular schedule.

For more information call Loren at 435-637-4536. Unsworth is happy to be doing business in the Castle Country and wants to make sure he's your water man in the future.

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