New York Water Treatment
Solutions For Your Water Quality Problems
The state of New York brings in more than 1 billion gallons of freshwater from large upstate reservoirs each day â€” some of which are more than 125 miles from the city. The water is purified and sent to the taps of 9 million people throughout the state.
New York's drinking water travels a long way from the reservoirs to the taps of homes and businesses. As it travels, water encounters and absorbs minerals like calcium and magnesium, making the water hard and contributing to water quality issues like limescale buildup, dry skin and dull hair, and discolored water.
Learn more about your local water
Your local New York Culligan Man is an expert on your water, can test it to determine any problems, and provide the best way to address them.
Tips From the Culligan Man
A good way to test your toilet for leaks is by adding food coloring to the tank. You can tell there is a leak if color seeps into the bowl without flushing.
Did You Know
New York has more than 50,000 miles of rivers and streams.