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    Government Well Water Testing, Treatment & Purification
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    Test your way to worry-free water.
    It’s hard to count all the ways we use water, so it’s no surprise we think it’s important to know what’s in it, whether you’re at home or in the office. Because water quality can vary so widely between cities, neighbourhoods, and even individual homes, your local Culligan Man is always available to test your water for free. He or she will interpret the results with you and discuss solutions if there’s anything wrong, from unbalanced pH to contaminants like arsenic, iron, and more.
    How does government-certified water testing work?
    • Schedule a visit from your local Culligan Man.
    • He or she will sample your tap water and test it right in your own kitchen.
    • While results can vary, our basic water test typically takes 10 minutes or less.
    • When the test is finished, your Culligan Man will interpret the results with you and discuss options for treating whatever the results may be.

    Why should I test my water?
    Water goes through a lot on its way to your home, that includes picking up additions like dissolved solids, heavy metals, and other contaminants that can be hard on you, and your home. Problem water can cause dry, itchy skin, water that smells or tastes strange or unpleasant, and even reduce the lifespan and efficiency of major appliances like dishwashers and water heaters. 

    Your Culligan Man can provide targeted levels of water testing based on your local water quality.

    Types of water testing
    Our free home water test determines overall quality and identifies any areas of possible concern in your tap water.
    In addition to our basic water testing, Culligan offers advanced analysis through a full suite of government-certified laboratory water tests that meet almost any water testing requirement. 

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