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    Common Water Issues in Montgomery

    Solutions For Your Water Quality Problems

    For years, Montgomery’s only source of water was its well fields, which provide clean — yet hard — water. Today, the C.T. Perry Water Purification Plant, built on the Tallapoosa River, has a capacity of 60 million gallons of water per day and accounts for 60% of Montgomery’s water supply.

    Surface water from the Tallapoosa requires chlorine, ammonia, and other chemicals to disinfect the river water. Well water is cleaner than river water, but contains an abundance of minerals like calcium and magnesium, which make the water hard and lead to problems like soap scum and lime deposits.

    Arsenic

    Arsenic is an odorless and tasteless metal that enters drinking water supplies from natural deposits in the earth or from agricultural and industrial practices. While not common in drinking water, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends that everyone in susceptible areas like yours have their water tested, since arsenic has been linked to cardiovascular and skin problems, as well as certain cancers.

    No matter what water problems you're experiencing, your local Culligan Water Expert knows the right filtration solution. The best way to find out what's causing your water problems, and how to fix them, is a free and simple Culligan water test.

    Chlorine

    Chlorine is used by nearly every water treatment plant in the country in order to disinfect water before distribution. While it makes the water supply safe for drinking, chlorine can leave behind a faint odor or taste that can your water unappealing. From hard water to cloudy glassware to lime buildup, there's a Culligan filtration solution that can help solve your water problems. Just take the simple, free Culligan water test to figure out what's causing the problem – and to identify the best solution to take care of it!

    Dry, Itchy Skin

    Showering or bathing in hard water can be tough on your skin and hair. Hard water can contribute to:

    • Dry, itchy skin and scalp
    • Dandruff
    • Dull, difficult-to-manage hair

    Your local Culligan Water Expert is an expert on your water, can test it to determine any problems, and provide the best way to address them.