The two primary sources for Edmond's drinking water are Arcadia Lake and the Garber-Wellington Aquifer, which is accessed via 51 wells. In the case of a water shortage, Edmond also has arrangements with Oklahoma City to purchase additional water when needed. Once water reaches Edmond, it's treated and disinfected at the Edmond Water Treatment Plant using chemicals as a cleanser and disinfectant. This, while making it safe for consumption, affects the overall quality of Edmond's drinking water.
Edmond's water is often hard. While hard water is perfectly safe to drink, using hard water around the house can result in:
Soap scum often forms anywhere soap and hard water meet, making the bathroom the ideal place for soap scum to accumulate. If the water in your home is hard, you've probably noticed soap scum on your:
In addition to soap scum, hard water is also responsible for the formation of limescale. A hard, off-white buildup, limescale is often found on:
Your Edmond Culligan Man is an expert on your water, can test it to determine any problems, and provide the best way to address them.
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