why pure water changes

We can help you find the right water solution for your home.

Tell us what’s wrong with your water, and we’ll help you fix it — fast. We can help you get much cleaner water from your kitchen sink or throughout your house, with custom conditioning solutions that can handle any water problem you may have.

under-the-counter water filtration systems

Get the fresh, clean taste of bottled water without the expense and waste, right from your sink.

With an Under-the-Counter Filtration System you can have delicious, sparkling-clear drinking water without the high cost of bottled water or expensive water dispenser equipment and delivery contracts. Since these systems use your homes water supply, you’ll also never run out. Fruits and vegetables will be cleanly rinsed and your soups, sauces and cooked meals will all taste better. It’s also great for your pet’s health!

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    whole-home water conditioning systems

    Our whole-home water conditioning systems make it easy to enjoy cleaner, healthier, better tasting water throughout your home– whether for drinking, cooking, bathing or laundry.

    With a whole-home water conditioning system, you can protect appliances, household plumbing, and your water heater by reducing sediment, sand or rust that can damage plumbing and appliances.

    ‍Your water could contain chemical contaminants from pesticides, petroleum, solvents, or a variety of sources. Some water contains lead, mercury or other heavy metals. Our systems can remove these contaminants.

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      Not sure which solution is right for you? Contact a Pure Water Changes expert to help you decide.

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      problem water

      Find out if your home has problem water.

      To find out what’s ailing your water, contact your local Pure Water Changes expert and ask for a free water analysis inspection.

      symptoms of problem water

      In some cases, symptoms of problem water may indicate a serious problem — in others, only the taste and smell may be affected, not its safety.

      How it Feels
      • Soap scum in sinks & bathtub
      • Abrasive texture to water when washing
      • Residual left in sink
      How it Smells
      • Musty, earthy or wood smell
      • Chlorine smell
      • Rotten egg sulfur odor
      • Hot water, rotten egg odor
      • Detergent odor, water foams when drawn
      • Gasoline or oil (hydro-carbon) smell
      • Methane gas
      • Phenol smell (chemical odor)
      How it Tastes
      • Salty or brackish water
      • Alkali taste
      • Metallic taste
      How it Looks
      • Dirt, salt, clay
      • Sand grit, silt or clay substances
      • Rust in water
      • Gray string-like fiber
      • Green stains on sinks; Blue-green look to water
      • Brown-red stains on sinks or clothing
      • Water turns brown-red when used for cooking
      • Brownish cast does not precipitate
      • Reddish color in water sample after standing 24 hours
      • Yellowish color to water after softening and/or filtering
      • Cloudiness of water when drawn
      • Blackening and pitting of stainless steel sinks
      common drinking water contaminants

      Learn more about common water contaminants, find out how a water inspection can detect them, and see how your we can identify a solution to target and treat your water.

      Arsenic in Water

      Arsenic is one of the more dangerous water contaminants because it is both odorless and tasteless, becoming more toxic over time. Although it can be hard to detect, there are some factors that can help you determine if your water might be at risk for contamination.

      Iron in Water

      Iron in water can cause real damage throughout your home – appliances begin to wear down over time, and limescale buildup and mineral deposits slow down their efficiency, requiring more energy to run.

      Lead in Water

      Levels of lead in drinking water and tap systems can often pass unnoticed, as it is virtually undetectable to the senses. If you suspect your water is contaminated with lead, start using bottled water for drinking and cooking.

      Nitrates in Water

      Commonly found in many water tables, nitrates are naturally occurring, but can be problematic beyond a certain concentration. Nitrates in water can adversely affect certain populations, like young children and the elderly, and are next to impossible to identify in water without a test. Your Culligan Water Expert can perform an at-home water inspection, discuss the concentration levels with you, and make recommendations for treatment.

      Perfluorooctane Sulfonate (PFOS) and Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) in Water

      Perfluorooctane Sulfonate (PFOS) and Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) are fluorinated organic chemicals that have leached into water supplies. These Perfluorochemicals (PFC’s) are hazardous to the environment and are concerning for our health. Your Culligan Water Expert can test for the presence of these PFC’s in your drinking water.

      Sulfur in Water

      The telltale sign of sulfur in water is that unpleasant rotten-egg smell. If that’s not enough, its presence can also be a breeding ground for bacteria, which can lead to problems with plumbing and appliances that can eventually corrode pipes and fixtures.

      TDS in Water

      Total dissolved solids exist in water naturally after it filters through bedrock and soil. Although a certain amount in water is normal, problems start when levels of TDS increase beyond what would accumulate naturally.

      Learn More About How Clean Water Can Help You

      Explore our home water treatment systems and discover all the benefits of softer water, like shinier silverware on your table and whiter whites in your laundry.

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