Water Conditioning Services
Water Treatment Experts -- Your Local Culligan Man Knows Water.
Your local Culligan Man doesn’t just know Culligan products--he knows water. He has the knowledge and know-how to service and repair ANY type of water treatment and ANY brand of water softener, water filter system or drinking water system. He also knows how to make sure you’re getting the best possible water by performing basic water quality testing in your home. He can also work with our accredited analytical lab for advanced testing. Ask about our Culligan Service Agreements for the most convenient and reliable service, repair or maintenance for your water treatment system.
Culligan Water Treatment & Testing
- In-home basic water testing for chlorine, sulfur, water hardness, iron, and other basic items contaminants
- Certified laboratory testing in Rosemont, Illinois. Your Culligan Man will provide you with a complete kit for shipping water overnight directly to our labs.
- Annual well water testing at Culligan’s lab
- Specialty testing for specific concerns or when purchasing a new home where well water or other non-municipal supplies are used
Water Treatment service from your local Culligan Man:
- Bottled water delivery
- Portable exchange tank delivery and removal
- Repairs Culligan and other water treatment systems or equipment
- Performs regular water conditioning maintenance
- Installs systems or replacement parts
- Delivers and refills salt
- Checks water quality
- Sanitizes your system
Know the signs to identify iron in water
One of the most obvious signs that you may have dissolved iron in your water is its “hardness.” Besides the way hard water can leave your skin feeling – rough and scaly – and the way it may taste – slightly metallic – you might also notice rust-colored stains on fixtures, in the sink, or scale buildup in plumbing.
Beyond unpleasant side effects, iron in water can cause real damage throughout your home. Appliances running on hard water lose efficiency over time, as lime scale buildup and mineral deposits slow them down and require more energy to run. This not only limits the effectiveness of any appliance that uses water, like your water heater, it also shortens major appliance lifespan and costs you money in the form of higher utilities. Hard water can also impact plumbing efficiency, causing problems in pipes and fixtures that can be costly to repair.
Look for these signs around your home that can indicate iron in your water:
- Dry, itchy skin
- Dull hair
- Worn, scratchy clothes
- Lime scale or other build up around drains, faucets, and fixtures
- Water that takes a lot of soap or time to lather Rust-colored stains in sinks and tubs
Ask your Culligan Man!