Illinois Water Quality Facts
Solutions For Your Water Quality Problems
Nearly half of the water in Illinois is sourced from Lake Michigan. Other ground and surface water make up the rest of the state's water supply. Illinois is one of the most heavily populated states in the country, which has an affect on the quality of water across the state. Due to issues with wastewater runoff in public water sources, high levels of underground toxins, and complex distribution systems, water quality is often poor, which results in an extensive treatment process before water can be distributed to homes and businesses. Some of the problems that Illinoisans associate with their tap water include discolored water that leaves behind stains, lime or white scale buildup, and general bad taste.
Whatever your water issues may be, Culligan has a solution. Your Culligan Man can get you back on track to enjoying every sip, wash, and shower with water you can count on.
Different areas of Illinois can experience distinct water problems. Water quality may vary widely, even within the same city. Learn more about the water where you live.
Your local Illinois Culligan Man is an expert on your water. A free test can determine any problems, and provide the best way to address them.
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Tips From the Culligan Man
It's best to schedule your water test earlier in the day, as most water problems will be more apparent due to concentrated chemicals and minerals after faucets have been turned off overnight.
Did You Know
May and June are the wettest months of the year in Illinois.