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  • April 22, 2020
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    The Benefits Of Having A Reverse Osmosis Filtration System At Home

    Reverse osmosis water is more than filtered water, it offers a number of benefits for your home and health. Installing a reverse osmosis (RO) system means getting a limitless supply of safer, better-tasting water for your whole family, making a positive difference on the environment and reducing your spending.
    April 22, 2020
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    Home Upgrades You Can Make For Your Health

    Your home should be where you feel the safest. From the air you breathe inside, to the water that runs through your faucets, there are a lot of factors that can contribute to your family’s health and well-being. Home upgrades aren’t always about improving aesthetics – sometimes it’s about making healthier choices for your loved ones. Find out which home upgrades can help improve your health.  
    April 22, 2020
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    Everything You Need to Know About Home Water Filtration Systems

    A whole house water filter, also referred to as a point-of-entry tap, is a system installed where your main water line enters your home. It can help reduce contaminants such as chlorine, iron, sulfur and more from your water.
    April 22, 2020
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    Everything You Need to Know About Reverse Osmosis

    Reverse osmosis is a process that removes foreign contaminants, solid substances, large molecules and minerals from water by using pressure to push it through specialized membranes. The system improves water for drinking, cooking and other important uses.
    April 22, 2020
    hard water residue on shower head

    Diagnosing Your Water: Home Water Symptoms Guide

    Hard water is tap water with a high concentration of minerals, such as calcium and magnesium. Your location and where your water comes from has a lot to do with the hardness level. A Culligan Water Expert can easily and conveniently test your water to find a solution specifically for your home.
    January 17, 2020
    what is a whole house filter?

    What Is a Whole House Water Filter?

    A whole house water filter, also referred to as a point-of-entry tap, is a system installed where your main water line enters your home. It can help reduce contaminants such as chlorine, iron, sulfur and more from your 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 15, 2019

    New Year’s Resolution: Drink More Water

    A new year brings new goals. Most often, this means healthier eating, more regular exercise, and a greater focus on self-care. As 2018 comes to a close, homeowners are preparing to embark on their healthiest year yet. But, they’re forgetting the most important goal to add to their list - drinking more water. Water is a powerhouse of health. It can improve physical and mental performance, aid in digestion and weight loss, and can improve your overall wellbeing. Unfortunately, it’s often overlooked - until now. Discover why you should drink more water in 2019 and how it can help you achieve your health-related resolutions.
    December 18, 2018

    Copper in Your Water: Everything You Need to Know

    If your water tastes metallic, there’s something in your water. That ‘something’ is likely copper and it may be harming you and your home in more ways than one. Here’s everything you need to know about copper in your water.