Oklahoma Water Quality Facts
Solutions For Your Water Quality Problems
Oklahoma's water supply comes from an equal mixture of surface and groundwater sources. Much of the state is industrialized and agricultural runoff is common. In addition, many of the state's water systems are older, increasing the water's susceptibility to the absorption of contaminants and metals.
Once water reaches Oklahoma's faucets it has been thoroughly treated, often with chemicals that act as a disinfecting agent, further affecting its quality. Residents often notice that the water flowing out of their taps is hard, has an unpleasant smell and taste, and contributes to soap scum and limescale buildup around the house.
Different areas of Oklahoma can experience distinct water issues. Even within the same city, water quality problems may vary. Learn more about the water quality issues where you live.
Your local Oklahoma 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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Tips From the Culligan Man
Insulating your pipes will help you to get hot water from your tap faster.
Did You Know
The majority of Oklahoma adds fluoride to its drinking water.