Portable Exchange Tank Soft Water Brochure

How do I enroll in this service?

Call us (480) 969-7251 text me (602) 291-4157

e mail me: hayden@azh2o.com

Write us a letter: Boyett’s Family Rayne Water Conditioning, 38 East 5th Avenue, Mesa AZ 85210

How much is the start up cost?

$75.00 Installation fee on a loop (or point of entry stand up ‘or lay the tank down’).  If you do not have a loop; or if the installation takes more time; the installation fee may cost more.

Is there a contract period?

There is no contract period (it is sincerely moment by moment ‘based upon your satisfaction’).  There never has been a contract period; and there never will be a contract period.   I give you my personal guarantee.

Prices and Process

The price for this service is established based upon your usage requirements.

In general

1 person will require our SS-45 portable exchange water softener – delivered every 28 days. The price for this service is $39.00 a month plus tax. (1)

A two person residence will require our SS-61 portable exchange water softener – delivered every 28 days. The price for this service is $43.00 a month plus tax.

Question: Is this service available for more than two people?

Answer: Yes, however, we will present to you other rental water treatment options that may be more affordable.

Why? Because of the tremendously hard water in the valley; the cost to provide the appropriate portable exchange soft water capacity may exceed your budget for soft water.

Therefore, we like to take the Henry Ford approach (2) to all of our service. Our company wishes to provide our services at a price that all people in the Phoenix metro area can afford and enjoy .

Detailed information on the Boyett’s Family Rayne Water Conditioning SS-Model Exchange Service Softener

Models SS-45, SS-61


For providing soft water service to the customer on a regular exchange basis. This portable softener can be used in a variety of installations for domestic and commercial applications. It can be installed individually or in groups of two or more – either in series for higher capacity in extreme hardness areas, or parallel for greater flow rate.

General Description

The SS-Model Softener is compact and portable. It is a down-flow design with no moving parts. The tank is constructed of T-304 stainless steel of low carbon content with heli-arc welded top and bottom and fusion seam-welded shell. The top has three openings: one 1 ½” threaded hole for filling the tanks and two 1” threaded holes in the top of the inlet and outlet tank connectors.

The complete SS-Model assembly includes: two 1” tank connectors; two plastic distributors* – one short (inlet), one long (outlet); one outlet distributor seal ring; two distributor springs; two 1”

This information was duplicated from the Rayne Corporation 1985, 1988 brochure; form R2007. All rights are reserved.

Question: Will each city outlaw salt water softeners

Answer: Yes, Michael J. Lacey (Director of the Arizona Department of Water Resources) came to an Arizona Water Quality Association (http://www.azwqa.org/) luncheon and said eventually we will not be allowed to put salt into the drain.

This is current legislation that has passed the house and is headed to the Arizona State Senate to make law.

Arizona State Legislature

Fifty – first Legislature

Second Regular Session



HB 2117

technical correction; dry wells; regulation

NOW: performance standards; water softeners

Sponsor: Representative Fann

X Committee on Energy, Environment and Natural Resources

Caucus and COW

House Engrossed


HB 2117 makes a technical correction for the regulation of dry wells.

Summary of the Proposed Strike-Everything Amendment to HB 2117

The proposed strike-everything amendment to HB 2117 provides minimum performance

standards for residential water softeners and prohibits time-clock regenerated ion exchange water

softeners from and after January 31, 2016.


Laws 2011, Chapter 201 established the Joint Legislative Study Committee on Water Salinity

Issues (Committee) to study issues and problems related to water salinity and water softener

usage in the United States, other countries and Arizona. The Committee was required to meet

and consider the following issues:

Ø The relationship between water salinity issues and possible effects on water conservation,

groundwater quality, and the quality impacts on water reclamation facilities, the nature of

water, reclaimed water and its use on golf courses and other uses and other potential effects

on tourism as they relate to high usage of water softeners in Arizona;

Ø The financial impact and necessity of water and wastewater treatment to address salinity

levels and the potential costs for treatment methods and facilities; and

Ø An examination of sources of excess salinity caused by high water softener usage and

possible responses.

A water softener is a device that softens hard water by removing certain minerals. An ion

exchange water softener uses a cation exchange resin and a brine/salt storage tank to exchange

calcium and magnesium ions for sodium ions. After continued use of a water softener, a brine or

salt solution is passed through the resin, replacing accumulated calcium and magnesium ions

with sodium ions. The waste solution or “regenerant” is composed of calcium, magnesium and

excess sodium ions and is released into the wastewater treatment system. A time-clock softener

operates with a timer that triggers regeneration when the resin is estimated to be saturated with

hardness and by water usage calculations. Based on many calculations, the system usually

regenerates at a specific time each day.


• States that the restrictions on, and the performance standards for, residential water softeners

apply from and after January 31, 2016.

HB 2117

Fifty-first Legislature

Second Regular Session 2 February 14, 2014

• Stipulates that all regenerated ion exchange water softeners installed in this state must be

installed to operate at maximum levels of efficiency for their design.

• Prohibits the sale or installation of time-clock regenerated ion exchange water softeners.

• Specifies that a person may not install an ion exchange water softener in this state that is

connected to a water supply that has total dissolved solids of 750 milligrams per liter or less

unless the water softener meets the following salinity performance standards:

Ø The water softener removes at least 4,000 grains of hardness per pound of salt used; and

Ø The water softener uses a maximum of five gallons of water per 1,000 grains of hardness


• Clarifies that this section does not prohibit a city, town or county from adopting and

enforcing salinity and water efficiency standards for residential ion exchange water softeners

that are more restrictive than those prescribed in the Act.

Karen Fann

(4) update on HB 2117, 03/31/2014

Source: http://www.azleg.gov/FormatDocument.asp?inDoc=/legtext/51leg/2r/proposed/h.2117kf.d

The Arizona Water Quality Association ( http://www.azwqa.org/index.cfm), which is an association my father (W. Brian Boyett) help found in the 1970’s, has been active participants working with local water authorities and the lawmakers to make our industry is more conducive and beneficial to our environment. My father always said, “Someday our Arizona Water Quality Association will be very influential in aiding our industry to benefit our customers” (or something like that).

As the AWQA has met with the water powerbrokers in Arizona, there have been many discussions and written words on how to provide soft water for Arizonians. One of the methods that are looked upon favorably is portable exchange water treatment. One of the reasons this is attractive to the water brokers is that the salt is processed in a centralize treatment plant. By processing the salt in bulk we can more effectively aggrandize the salt savings; therefore eliminating waste. Our company is in the process of working with an industry legend and pioneer, Chub Mchaud CWS-VI on a process known as Zero Discharge. The epitome of our approach is to recycle the water and significantly reduce the salt discharge into the sewer. Therefore, the water treatment plants will not have to treat the salt; and the golf courses will water their grass without killing it.

Question: why do the water powerbrokers wish to eliminate salt discharge into the sewer?

Answer: There are many. Here is a list:

          Too much salt in the water will kill the grass on the golf courses. Golf courses bring a lot of revenue into the state of Arizona. Many people live in this state to play golf. Need I say more?

          Removing salt from the water takes extra energy and resources. This increases our water bill.

          Too much salt in our drinking water is not healthy.

Question: What is Boyett’s Family Rayne Water doing to help with this serious problem.

Answer: We are providing products to treat your water that do not require salt discharge.   Our onus is to have the most efficient and affordable environmentally friendly products in the Phoenix metro area of Maricopa and Pinal counties and the surrounding regions of Arizona.

Here is some excerpts from: Strategy for Water Softener Salinity Control and Management

Technical Advisory Committee to Report to Joint Legislative Study Committee on Water Salinity Issues. Phoenix, Arizona January 22, 2014


A Technical Advisory Committee (“TAC”) was formed under the guidance of the Joint Legislative Study Committee on Water Salinity Issues (“Committee”) to discuss solutions and develop recommendations for the Committee’s consideration. Consistent with our charge, assumptions and key findings were derived from the Central Arizona Salinity Study (“CASS”) and municipal studies associated with it……

Hard water, high salinity, water conservation and reuse, are all issues in the Phoenix metro area. Source waters are high in both hardness and salinity. Salinity affects reuse and treatment costs. Point of use water softening systems provide a solution to hard water problems from the homeowner perspective, but add to salinity in wastewater, degrading the quality of this resource for reuse and recharge.

Managing salinity in Central Arizona is a problem that is becoming increasingly worse over time.

The CASS concluded that “salinity levels in reclaimed water and groundwater may increase to a point where these water resources will not be suitable for their intended uses. A “salt balance” will be necessary for the long term sustainability of Central Arizona.” Dr. Herman Bouwer estimated in 1998 that 1.6 million tons of salt accompany the Salt and Colorado River water being imported into the Phoenix metropolitan area annually (Bouwer, 1998). Additional salinity accumulates in groundwater and surface waters as a consequence of local human activities. According to Dr. Bouwer, “An equal quantity of salts would have to leave the area to maintain a salt balance.” 3

Water conservation and reuse is critical to meeting projected water supply needs

Salinity is one of the major factors impacting water reuse in the State and particularly the Phoenix Active Management Area, which comprises the greater Phoenix metropolitan area.

Thorough study has shown that self-regenerating water softeners (“SRWS”) contribute varying levels of salinity to the water supply.

The CASS and other efforts show that the market penetration of SRWS greatly affects the overall increase of salinity in local water supplies.

The CASS estimates that about 26% of the total homes in Phoenix have a SRWS. A study conducted for the City of Phoenix Water Services Department by HDR found that residential, commercial, and industrial water softening activities contribute 8-10% of the total salinity entering the wastewater system at Phoenix’s three wastewater treatment plants (“WWTP”) – Cave Creek Water Reclamation Plant (“CCWRP”), 23rd Avenue WWTP, and 91st Avenue WWTP (Attachment B, page 4). Additionally, there is a significant increase in salinity from “other communities” that contribute wastewater to these same facilities. It is safe to assume that a portion of this increase is from SRWS (Attachment B, page 5).

Examination of data from more recently developed portions of Phoenix provides much different results. The CASS shows that 51% of the homes built after 2000 have SRWS (Attachment A, page 6). A majority of homes within the CCWRP service area fall into this post-2000 category, and the CASS quantified that 36% of the salinity increase at the CCWRP comes from residential uses, which includes additions from SRWS.

According to the City of Scottsdale, SRWS penetration is 46% across the entire city. Scottsdale estimates that 78% of the total increase in salinity in their wastewater in the north and central portions of the city are derived from their residential customer base, which includes additions from SRWS (Statistics provided directly from Scottsdale).

While the previous examples focus on specific municipalities, there is consensus among the TAC members and non-member participant on the general premise of newer home throughout the Phoenix metro area and Arizona having a higher penetration of SRWS.

According to a study performed by the Battelle Memorial Institute (Attachment C), water softening provides significant benefits by:

Reducing the cost of heating water

Increasing the lifespan of water heaters and other household appliances;

Enhancing cleaning tasks including laundry, dish washing, and bathroom fixtures while requiring less soaps, detergents, and housekeeping chemicals for cleaning;

Reducing the cost and salinity contribution from cleaning agents;

Promoting longer usable life of fabrics

In this report it was mentioned under the heading of: Alternatives to traditional self-regenerating water softeners:

Portable Exchange (PE) water softening provides soft water to homes and businesses without discharging salt to the wastewater stream at the home or business. Exhausted tanks are regenerated at centralized treatment facilities under controlled environments with brine reclaim and reuse, greatly reducing the potential for salt discharge. Further improvements in centralized plant regeneration could result in no salt or water discharge to the sewer system (reference Chubb’s zero D article).

Note from Hayden. The attachment references are not included in this text. However, I will be happy to provide them based upon your request. I have included this verbiage for accuracy and points of reference ‘and to be verbatim in my copy ’.


Brian Hayden Boyett BS, CWS VI, CI

General Manager, Boyett’s Family Rayne Water Conditioning

Office: (480) 969-7251

Cell:     (602) 291-4157




1. Each person has different usage requirements. According to this link: http://water.usgs.gov/edu/qa-home-percapita.html the average person uses between 80-100 gallons of water each day. For our capacity calculations we will utilize 80 gallons of usage. According to this web page: http://phoenix.gov/waterservices/quality/index.html

Water hardness is measured by the presence of minerals, such as calcium and magnesium in tap water. These minerals originate from the soils our source water comes into contact with as it travels from and through watersheds to Phoenix’s water treatment plants. These minerals are leached into the water. Hard water can cause some types of scaling in pipes and water heaters, and on plumbing fixtures such as faucets and showerheads. Many people choose to install water softening devices that reduce the hardness in water. While the city cannot make recommendations as to the type or brand of device, we do suggest that those interested in purchasing a water softening system should contact the Arizona Water Quality Association at 480-947-9850.

If you already have a water softening system, and it needs to be set based on the “Total Hardness” level [usually indicated by Grains per Gallon or Parts Per Million (ppm)]. The settings for Phoenix tap water are listed below. Due to the size of the Phoenix water system and variations in source water throughout the year, the hardness numbers are reported as a range. So when setting your water softening equipment, it is suggested that the initial setting should be in the middle of that range, then adjust the setting to your preference as needed.

The Total Hardness (Range) is 11-17 Grains per gallon.

For our calculations we are going to utilize 14 grains per gallon.

If one person utilizes 80 gallons of water per day and the average hardness in the Phoenix metro area is 14 – the daily grains required is (80 X 14 = 1,120) ‘total grains of softening capacity needed every day for one person’.


1,120 ‘total grains of softening capacity needed every day for one person’ X 30 days in each month = 33,600 ‘total grains of softening capacity needed every month for one person’

2. Henry Ford approach: http://www.ideafinder.com/history/inventors/ford.htm

3. U.S. Geological Survey, 1998. The potential effects and management of salt accumulation in south-central Arizona, U.S. Department of Interior, Tucson, Arizona

4. update on HB 2117, 03/31/2014. this is an e mail I receive from Dave Perry (executive director of the AWQA): HB 2117, the water softener efficiency bill that barley passed out of the House, has died in the Senate. Expect to see it back next year, perhaps with a few twists and turns.



This is the picture taken at our safety meeting yesterday.

safety meeting 060514

Can you guess which one of us is a famous former ASU lineman football player? This person may be providing water service to your home.  He is very capable and a very affable individual.  He likes cookies too.  I’m just saying. 

Our Dan was recruited to the ASU football team by this now famous former NFL player:

todd heap


This most outstanding individual was recently given great recognition from ASU for his unbelievable athletic abilities; his great contributions to the sport and his civic and community service.

I am fortunate to play my fiddle in the Red Mountain Bluegrass Band with his brother Johnny. So I get to see this famous man occasionally. I find him to be a very humble and a very friendly man.

Roberta and I are very proud of this finest group of water treatment professionals. We feel this is the finest crew we have had in our 48 years’ experience as owners of this water treatment business.

Won’t you please be so kind and allow us the honour and privilege to treat your water?  We all work very hard to please you and anticipate your every need and desire.


Brian Hayden Boyett BS, CWS-VI, CI



08.28.14 10:20 PM




As the valley began to grow we realized that we need to develop a process to give new homeowners a sample of soft water – effectively and affordably (circa 1996). At this time the population in the Phoenix Metro area of Arizona was 1.1 million people (http://www.city-data.com/city/Phoenix-Arizona.html). Therefore, we designed a simple installation method to solve hard water problems immediately.


This is a brochure of our flagship product:

portable exchange tank brochure

We call this product our portable exchange soft water tank service.

This tank is designed to stand upright. However, standing this tank upright is not always the most accommodating to aesthetics. Therefore, our product development team went to work to design an affective solution. We came up with the portable exchange cradles and covers concept.

This picture represents a portable exchange tank laying on cradles:

PE laydown tank


This picture represents the portable exchange tank cover resting over the portable exchange tank (which is laying on the cradles).


pe 2

This installation method is efficient and affordable. The standard installation costs is $75.00. One person can receive this soft water service each month for $39.00/month plus tax. A family of two can receive this service for $43.00/month plus tax.

These next two pictures represent tank covers that are ready to be delivered.

pe covers standing up

pe covers standing up 2


pe cradles


This picture represents stacks of cradles ready to solve hard water problems in Arizona. We are ready to take action when you need a soft water solution for your hard water problems.  Boyett’s Family Rayne Water Conditioning solves hard water problems in Arizona.


Boyett’s Family portable exchange tank soft water cradles and cover solution is an exclusively service designed and developed by our company. This is a world wide invention on process and design.


Please call us to enroll in this simple, affordable and effective soft water rental service. All of our rental programs are offered on a month by month basis. There is never any contractual agreement; there never has been a contract (for the last 48 years); and there never will be ‘for the next 17.75 years’.



How do I enroll in this service?


Call us (480) 969-7251 text me (602) 291-4157


e mail me:  hayden@azh2o.com This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Write us a letter: Boyett’s Family Rayne Water Conditioning, 38 East 5th Avenue, Mesa AZ 85210


How much is the start up cost?


$75.00 Installation fee on a loop (or point of entry stand up ‘or lay the tank down’).  If you do not have a loop; or if the installation takes more time; the installation fee may cost more.


Is there a contract period?


There is no contract period (it is sincerely moment by moment ‘based upon your satisfaction’).  There never has been a contract period; and there never will be a contract period.   I give you my personal guarantee.


Prices and Process


The price for this service is established based upon your usage requirements.


In general


1 person will require our SS-45 portable exchange water softener – delivered every 28 days. The price for this service is $39.00 a month plus tax. (1)


A two person residence will require our SS-61 portable exchange water softener – delivered every 28 days. The price for this service is $43.00 a month plus tax.

06.20.16 9:55 AM

This is a story about how our portable exchange soft water service has helped our customer Howard stop eczema and how it can help stop psoriasis.

Howard’s before picture


This picture shows Howard’s skin problem area before our portable exchange soft water system was installed in his home.


My story is one that I could hardly believe myself….a story that should be shared with folks so they can have the same results and relief I enjoyed…..so anyone suffering from eczema or psoriasis of which I had (before Boyett’s Family installed their portable exchange tank).  I was told by my the doctor that I had skin cancer….I was concerned due to the continuous bleeding through my work shirt the unprofessional appearance when I dealt with my customers….My name is Howard and I own a mechanic shop. This is where the story begins… Boyett’s Arizona Water Conditioning installed a portable exchange unit and just a short 2 weeks later the open wounds on my back and shoulder had noticeably closed and stopped bleeding. The condition was healing…my condition was getting better every day and this all started when my portable exchange unit was installed and I showered. Now where the open sores were is only the healing new skin….

Thank you Hayden Boyett for this wonderful product you so professionally installed in my home…..

Yours Truly

Howard C.

Howard C’s after picture


This picture shows Howard’s eczema has disappeared after utilizing our portable exchange soft water service.

Here is Howard’s business card.


Please call Howard and ask him about his skin condition.   By the way; if you are looking for an honest mechanic – Howard is the most honest.

02.14.17 9:54 AM

We have just received word that many people in the Fountain Hills area are now changing from the traditional soft water systems to our Rayne Portable exchange soft water tanks.  Fountain Hills, AZ 85268


081117 11:22 AM

We received this positive Yelp comment (4 stars) yesterday.

This customer says we helped solve her husband’s skin problems.

It sounds like our portable exchange soft water service cured his eczema.


Love how the toilets and dishes stay clean, also helps with my husband’s ex cema. He no longer has his ex cema. Mary R. Apache Junction, AZ


Can soft water help heal or improve eczema, psoriasis, wounds and other skin ailments?


Yes, based upon this information.





I have heard all my life that our portable exchange soft water tanks can cure eczema and many other skin ailments.  We are in the process of collecting testimonials from people like Mary R in Apache Junction, AZ to help other people find us.   Many people may be suffering and the solution is a phone call (480) 969-7251 or an e mail (hayden@azh2o.com) away.   If you suffer from eczema, psoriasis, wounds or other skin ailments we may be able to completely solve your skin challenges.

11.03.17 1:13 PM

A typical installation for a Portable Exchange soft water delivery tank

Portable Tank Systems


Description – A class of water conditioning equipment that uses portable mineral tanks to reduce the levels of various water contaminants.  Portable exchange systems are comprised of a mineral tank with inlet and outlet ports and flexible connections for coupling the tank to the water lines.  The exhausted mineral tanks are removed and returned to a regeneration plant for regeneration.  A brine tank and backwashing valve are not used.  The media in the tank may be cation or anion resin or other material, depending on the contaminants to be removed.


Pretreatment Requirements – Exchange tank systems seldom require pretreatment.  If the raw water has a high level of suspended solids, these may need to be removed by particulate filtration prior to entering the exchange tank.  The presence of organic substances may tend to foul the media of some exchange tank systems.  Consult the manufactures recommendations on pretreatment.  If the exchange tank contains both cation and anion resins (mixed bed), a water softener should be installed ahead of the exchange tank to prevent fouling the bed.


Installation Requirements – Portable exchange tanks do not require electricity or a drain.  The tanks should be located in an area easily accessible for removal and installation of tanks.  Maintaining a minimum water pressure is usually not a problem with these systems.  The maximum operating pressure for exchange tanks is normally 100 to 125 psi.  If operating pressures exceed the maximum limit, a pressure reducing valve should be installed ahead of the exchange tanks.


Water Temperature – 33 degrees F. – 150 degrees F. cation, 33 degrees F. – 120 degrees F. anion maximum


Installation Guidelines


Step 1:  Determine best location for tank(s) installation, and review installation plans.  (See installation diagram, Fig. 14.)

Step 2:  Shut off water supply.

Step 3:  Open faucets at all levels of building to promote drainage and relieve pressure.

Step 4:  cut existing water lines at site of installation using bucket or pan to catch draining water

Step 5: Install shutoff valves and appropriate fittings to both ends of pipe.  Shutoff valves will stop water flow when tanks are exchanged.  Fittings will allow tanks to be connected to existing pipes using flexible hose or tubing.  Consult manufacturer for type of fittings required.

Step 6:  Using flexible tubing approved for use with potable water and with the proper pressure rating, connect the exchange tank(s) to the existing water lines.  Be sure inlet and outlet of tanks(s) are properly connected to the plumbing system.  If connected backwards, the system will not function properly

Step 7:  close faucets previously opened to facilitate drainage.

Step 8: Slowly open water supply valve.

Step 9:  Open a faucet slowly to allow trapped air to escape.  When water is flowing freely to drain (no air escaping) open other faucets to bleed air from all lines.

Step 10:  Check for leaks and repair any found.

Step 11: Clean up work area.


Here are the areas and zip codes in which Rayne Water provides services and products in Arizona:


Fountain Hills, AZ 8526885086 Anthem, AZ; 85119 – 85120 Apache Junction, AZ; 85323 – 85392 Avondale, AZ; 85326 – 85396 Buckeye, AZ; 85377 Carefree, AZ; 85122 – 85193 – 85194 Casa Grande, AZ; 85327 – 85331 Cave Creek, AZ; 85224 – 85225- 85226 – 85244 – 85246 – 85248 – 85249 Chandler, AZ; 85142 Chandler Heights, AZ; 85128 Coolidge, AZ; 85086 Desert Hills, AZ; 85192 Dudleyville, AZ; 85122 Eleven Mile Corner, AZ; 85335 El Mirage, AZ; 85131 Eloy, AZ; 85132 Florence, AZ; 85264 Fort McDowell, AZ; 85268 – 85269 Fountain Hills, AZ; 85233 – 85234 – 85295 – 85296 – 85297 – 85298 Gilbert, AZ; 85301 – 85302 – 85303 – 85304 – 85305 – 85306 – 85307 – 85308 – 85310 – 85311 – 85312 Glendale, AZ; 85309 Glendale Luke AFB, AZ; 85118 Gold Canyon, AZ; 85338 – 85395 Goodyear, AZ; 85283 Guadalupe, AZ; 85236 Higley, AZ; 85137 Kearny, AZ; 85339 Laveen, AZ; 85340 Litchfield Park, AZ; 85138 – 85139 Maricopa, AZ; 85201 – 85202 – 85203 – 85204 – 85205 – 85206 – 85207 – 85208 – 85209 – 85210 – 85211 – 85212 – 85213 – 85214 – 85215 – 85274 – 85275 Mesa, AZ; 85139 Mobile, AZ; 85087 New River, AZ; 85253 Paradise Valley, AZ; 85345 – 85380 – 85381 – 85382 – 85383 – 85385 Peoria, AZ; 85001 – 85002 – 85003 – 85004 – 85005 – 85006 – 85007 – 85008 – 85009 – 85010 – 85011 – 85012 – 85013 – 85014 – 85015 – 85016 – 85017 – 85018 – 85019 – 85020 – 85021 – 85022 – 85023 – 85024 – 85025 – 85026 – 85027 – 85028 – 85029 – 85030 – 85031 – 85032 – 85033 – 85034 – 85035 – 85037 – 85040 – 85041 – 85042 – 85043 – 85044 – 85045 – 85048 – 85050 – 85051 – 85053 – 85054 – 85083 – 85085 – 85086 Phoenix, AZ; 85142 Queen Creek, AZ; 85118 Queen Valley, AZ; 85145 Red Rock, AZ; 85263 Rio Verde, AZ; 85140 – 85143 San Tan Valley, AZ; 85250 – 85251 – 85252 – 85254 85255 – 85256 – 85257 – 85258 – 85259 – 85260 – 85261 – 85262 – 85266 – 85267 – 85271 Scottsdale, AZ; 85172 Stanfield, AZ; 85351 – 85372 – 85373 Sun City, AZ; 85375 – 85376 Sun City West, AZ; 85248 Sun Lakes, AZ; 85173 Superior, AZ; 85118 Superstition Mountain, AZ; 85374 – 85378 – 85379 – 85387 – 85388 Surprise, AZ; 85281 – 85282 – 85283 – 85284 Tempe, AZ; 85353 Tolleson, AZ; 85131 Toltec, AZ; 85354 Tonopah, AZ; 85190 Tortilla Flat, AZ; 85191 Valley Farms, AZ; 85355 Waddell, AZ; 85390 Wickenburg, AZ; 85192 Winkelman, AZ; 85361 Wittman, AZ; 85363 Youngtown, AZ and surrounding areas

 Boyett’s Family will always be ready to serve you. Just call (480) 969-7251 when you need us to take action.


If you ever need anything – just let us know.