Indiana’s water is supplied from both surface water and groundwater sources. Water is distributed to local homes and businesses by a series of waterways, wells, aquifers, and storage facilities. Due to problems with sewage overflow, toxic discharge from coal and mercury emissions from industrial plants, and old water treatment facilities, Indiana’s cities battle with some of the lowest-quality water in the country. Residents may experience such household headaches as hard and poor-quality water, lime or white scale, spotty or cloudy glassware, and foul-tasting water.
No matter the cause or severity of your water problems, Culligan has a solution. Experienced Culligan experts will get to the root of your water issues, and find a solution that will get you back on track to enjoying every sip, shower, and wash.
Different areas of Indiana can experience different water problems. Water quality can vary widely, even within the same city. Learn more about the water where you live today.