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  • January 17, 2020

    How to Test Your Home’s Water

    From drinking to cooking and cleaning, water is something you use every day. And while your water may appear clean to the naked eye, you can’t always detect contaminated water by just looking at it, which is why it’s important to regularly test your water so that you can provide your loved ones with fresher, cleaner water.
    May 1, 2019

    What to Do About Lead in Your Water

    Drinking enough water every day can help keep the doctor away - but not if you have lead in your water. As one of the most notoriously toxic chemicals on the market, lead is also one of the most silent criminals. It’s next to impossible to tell if lead is present since there are virtually no signs of it in water. It’s invisible, odorless, and even tasteless. So, what should you do about lead in your water? Here’s everything you need to know about lead in your water and how you can remove it.
    January 24, 2019

    Soft Water vs. Hard Water: What’s the Difference?

    Water is water, right? Not quite. There are two types of water that could be in your home: hard vs. soft water. That said, there’s a good chance it’s the latter. According to the US Geological Survey, hard water exists in over 85% of the United States. So, what is the difference between soft water vs. hard water and how does it affect you? Here’s everything you should know about the hardness of water.
    January 7, 2019

    Benefits of Removing Hard Water at Home

    Soft water can help your home in more ways than one. It can prolong the life of your appliances, enhance the taste of your food, and save you money over time. When you invest in a water softener or filtration system, you can save yourself from dirty dishes, faulty equipment, and flavorless food. Discover the benefits of soft water and learn how to remove hard water stains for good.

    June 19, 2018

    Hard Water Vs. Problem Water – What’s The Difference?

    Do you know the difference between hard water and problem water? If the answer is no, or you’re scratching your head trying to figure out what both even are, you’re not alone. Our water experts at Culligan are here to guide you on the subtle, but significant differences to help address your water problem with a fitting solution.
    May 9, 2018

    Customized Filtration Solutions For Specific Water Needs

    Culligan has spent more than 80 years evaluating home water filtration, and we can say with confidence that we’ve seen everything including the kitchen sink, actually—especially the kitchen sink. So, when we say Culligan can design a system for you and your personal water filtration needs, we mean it.
    January 25, 2018

    Why You Should Treat More Than Just Your Drinking Water

    When you think of home water solutions, what comes to mind? If you automatically think of filtering drinking water, that is definitely a major aspect to implementing a home water system; but water filtration is a whole lot more than just that. There are several types of water solutions available and each one can treat different issues that affect not only your drinking water, but also the water you use to bathe in, wash your dishes and do your laundry with. Check out the different water treatment solutions and the benefits that come with each.  
    May 1, 2017

    Are PFOA And PFOS Contaminants In Your Water?

    Perfluorooctane Sulfonate (PFOS) and Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) are fluorinated organic chemicals. These water and lipid-resistant synthetic compounds are used as a coating on fabrics and leathers, in fire resistant foams, in the production of stain-repellent carpeting, and can be found among other items. These Perfluorochemicals (PFC’s) have been deposited into our soil, have polluted our air and have leached into water supplies.
    March 6, 2017

    Did You Know E. Coli Can Live In Water?

    While you typically think of E. coli causing illness due to certain foods, you should know that it is also found in contaminated water. It’s time for a quick health lesson so that you can better understand what E. coli is, how to find out if it’s floating around in your water, and what you can do to make sure you don’t consume it the next time you chug a glass of water.