Turn Your Well Water Into Swell Water with Culligan Water
By Heather Fleck, Culligan Water Store in Nova Scotia
It’s that time of year when the weather gets warm enough that you start to enjoy the outdoors more or you head to your lakeside getaway! It’s also an important time of the year to stay hydrated – and what better way to do that than by drinking fresh water.
If you own a lakeside home or cottage, you may already draw water directly from the lake for residential use. Because lake water can accumulate runoff, animal excretions, and pollution from boats and machinery, it is important to follow the proper filtration process before you do. Lake water is rarely drinkable, but with the proper filtration, you can have great tasting water. If you use your local lake for residential drinking water use, Culligan wants to help you in the process.
As you gear up for another fun summer by the water, use this checklist to ensure you are properly drawing your drinking water.
How to Filter Lake Water for Home Use
Get better water in your home by scheduling an appointment with your local Culligan Water Expert.
Be prepared - review these important tips to navigate an emergency that could impact your water.
Here are a few approaches that work — and a few that don’t.
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