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.
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.
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.
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.
When you think of the chemical chlorine, perhaps you think of swimming pools, paint, or cleaning products. But, chlorine also exists in the water you use to bathe, clean, and hydrate. When present in water, it is often referred to as chlorinated water. Worried how it can affect your health? Here’s everything you should know about chlorine in your home’s water supply.
There are a lot of questions around if fluoride in water is bad or good. While there isn’t an official answer to this question yet, we’re here to give you the facts so that you can formulate your own opinion. Here is the run down on the effects of fluoride in water, what it means for you and water filtering solutions that can address high levels of it.
The water conditions you experience may be specific to your home and the region you live in. For instance, the water coming out of your faucet might have a distinct smell or your skin may feel dry after every shower. If you’re looking for the best water filtration system for your home water needs, but don’t know where to start, take the journey through our decision tree to find a customized Culligan solution that’s right for you.
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.
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.