It’s a fundamental part of your
health, and that of your home’s. Shouldn’t you know what’s in it?
At Culligan, we think everyone
should have an understanding of what’s in the water we use every day. Learn more
about who should test water, and when, to keep everything running smoothly.
If you’ve recently moved, are
conducting major changes on your home, had something change with your
municipality, or you’ve experienced anything new or different about your water,
it’s a good idea to have it checked. A
water test can identify issues when relocating
or renovating, and even help you get the most out of new appliances before you
If you live in, or are moving to,
an area where geologic activity is conducted regularly, such as mining, hydraulic
fracturing, or excavating, you should test your water regularly.
Whenever you notice anything
different about your water, whether it’s a new odor or a slightly different
taste, it’s time to test your water. Watch for these changes in water quality
schedule a free test if you notice any of them:
Private well water is not
evaluated by the EPA or the government for quality, so it’s especially
important to test regularly. Culligan will identify these issues, and the
frequency with which you should
test well water:
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