Culligan Whole House Water Filters
A Culligan whole-house water filter can make a dramatic difference in your home by improving your water — nothing transforms your home’s water quite like our innovative system. With a simple installation by your Culligan Man, you’ll see, smell and taste the difference right away! See how we can improve your water with a Culligan whole-house water filtration system by calling your local Culligan Man today.
Culligan Smart HE Sulfur-Cleer® Whole-House Filter
Get rid of the rotten sulfur odor and iron stains. Does your water smell like rotten eggs? Does your water leave rust stains? If you live in the rural areas of central Pennsylvania, you know how much trouble water problems like these can be. The Smart HE Sulfur-Cleer Whole-House Filter uses an aeration process to oxidize hydrogen sulfide and dissolved iron, removing odors and reducing stains.
Culligan Smart HE Iron-Cleer® Whole-House Filter
Many wells in central Pennsylvania have an iron problem. If your well is one of them, the Culligan Smart HE Iron-Cleer® Whole–House Filter can help — it’s the smartest way to fix iron-related water problems. This system uses an advanced oxidation process to enable dissolved iron to be filtered out, leaving behind water that looks, tastes and smells better.
Culligan Smart HE Softener-Cleer Plus
The Culligan Smart HE Softener-Cleer Plus reduces the hardness and iron in your home’s water while stopping that “rotten egg odor” — hydrogen sulfide. It’s the smartest way to fix hard water, iron and odor problems to improve the appearance of your bathroom fixtures and prevent deposit buildup in your pipes.
Culligan Smart HE Series Whole-House Filter
The bad odor, the hazy look of too much sediment in the water and the corrosive effects of water with a low pH are a few of the common problems with well water. The Smart HE Series Whole-House Filter uses multiple filtration technologies to remove sediments like clay, silt, dirt and other contaminants while neutralizing acid. It will transform the appearance, smell and taste of your water.
Culligan Select Series® Whole–House Filter
The Culligan Select Series® Whole–House Filter delivers all of the power and efficiency you need for the toughest water problems. It’s an economical solution for most households that provides custom filtration to address the unique needs of your water. It’s designed to integrate into your existing plumbing, so you would forget it’s there if it weren’t for your smooth, crisp water supply.
Culligan Ultraviolet Disinfection System
Culligan Chemical Feed System
Filtered Versus Unfiltered Water
Although unfiltered tap water seems to be a more natural option for consumption, there may be a host of contaminants in your water supply. Filtered water is better for your health because it reduces the number of chemicals in tap water.
You can see the impact of filtered water on your health with home filtration systems. Here are a few ways filtered water is better for you:
- Better-tasting cooking: Because you use water in many favorite foods and drinks, better water can help create better cooking. You can even taste the impact filtered water has on your morning cup of coffee.
- Potential decreased risk of certain types of cancers: Municipal tap water removes bacteria with chlorine. Studies have found that high chlorine content in water can lead to bladder or pancreatic cancer.
- Clearer skin: Hard water contains magnesium and calcium, which can cause soap scum to build up on your skin. These elements can increase the risk of eczema, but a water softener can remove them.
- Reduced sulfuric taste: Untreated water could contain hydrogen sulfide in the supply. If you notice a rotten egg taste in your water, the best solution would be a whole-house water filter.
At Culligan Water, we offer a range of water treatment solutions because we know you need more than a one-size-fits-all approach. From water filters to water softeners, we provide the answer to your unfiltered water issues.
How Water Filters Clean Water
Water filters do what water treatment facilities can’t. They are designed to remove pollutants from your water supply. There are several types of filters to consider, and some of the most common include:
- Reverse osmosis: These filters use a semipermeable membrane that forces water through. This membrane catches and restrains the contaminants as the water flows.
- Mechanical: Utilizing physical mesh or pore structured barriers, these filters catch contaminants and hold them back as newly purified water goes through.
- Absorption: These filters contain activated carbon. The activated carbon absorbs any unwanted colors and odors from the water, keeping contaminants away.
The Benefits of Water Filters at Home and in the Workplace
At home, contaminants can cause skin irritation and reduce the efficiency of your washer. This kind of water also makes it hard to wash dishes and take a shower. The water prevents the soap from bubbling and spreading, which forces you to use more product than necessary.
Water filters offer clean water that solves all of these problems. It is safe for your family to shower in, clean and cook with. A low degree of contaminants also makes for a healthy plumbing system. Last, with purified water from the sink, there’s no need to purchase packs of water bottles, which tremendously helps the environment. These advantages apply to the workplace as well as the home.
How to Know if You Need a Water Filter
Water is processed through a water treatment facility before it reaches your business or home. Just because it undergoes treatment doesn’t mean it’s purified, though. These facilities have a systematic way of treating water that’s not always efficient. As years go by, scientists discover new particles that mix into water. Facilities may learn of these new pollutants but continue to rely on their old processes, even though they don’t address the contaminants.
Beyond the facility, corroded pipes transporting the water can also contain metals and other contaminants.
With so many potential contaminants, you must wonder how you can tell if you need a water filter. The best indicators of unhealthy tap water are smell and color. If your water has a bad egg smell, that’s a sign you need a filter. If unclear water comes out of the tap, that’s another huge indicator. A water treatment company can also test your water and review whether it’s safe.
Contact Your Local Culligan Man About Whole-House Filters Today
Culligan of Mechanicsburg brings the products and services of the national brand to the local community. Backed by over 80 years of experience, your local Culligan Man will install and maintain a house water filtration system that brings clean, clear, tasty water to every faucet.
Experience the Culligan Water whole-house water filter system today! Call your local Culligan Man at 717-697-0657 or send us a message on our website.