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- No third-party installation. No big box retailers. Full-Service high-quality water
- Customized to fit YOUR water needs. Your neighbor’s home, your parents’ home across town — their home water situation may be very different from yours. Culligan works for your tap, your family, your home
- Security: Limited 20 year warranty, No shipping damage worries, no restocking fees!
I love Culligan products and services they have never let me down or try pushing me into something I don’t want or need. They are very professional from the first call to customer service and right to the service person coming in my home.
My Culligan service representative, Ricardo, is amazing! He goes above and beyond, and always makes sure that my water system is in top shape so I never have to worry about anything. Such a relief!!
Both Ben and Adam were excellent workers, and wonderful to work with. Ben was nice enough to follow up on the installation today to confirm that we were extremely satisfied with our purchase, and that the system was working appropriately. Thank you to Culligan for having such a great staff.
Forever Chemicals In Denver Drinking Water
Polyfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS), also known as ‘Forever Chemicals’ have been found in the tap water of various locations across the United States, including parts of Colorado, there’s a valid concern about potential exposure and its long-term effects on public health. Monitoring and managing PFAS contamination in water sources is crucial to ensure the safety and well-being of the community.
PFAS are persistent chemicals that can accumulate in the human body over time through exposure to contaminated water, food, or air. These substances have been linked to various health issues, including liver damage, immune system disruption, thyroid disorders, and an increased risk of certain cancers.
Culligan Ann Arbor/Detroit Area C&I has boots on the ground everywhere for local service. We provide quick service – from install to maintenance, reducing downtime and ensuring efficiency.
- Industrial Softening
- Large Scale Filtration/RO
What Are The Best Water Treatment Solutions For Ann Arbor/Detroit Area?
With this combination of water resources, Ann Arbor/Detroit Area water quality often faces our share of water filtration and treatment issues:
Surface water, like rivers and snow melt, absorb contaminants that can be harmful for consumption as well as annoying around the home. Most of these contaminants include naturally occurring bio materials and minerals. This means water quality can worsen seasonally when warming temperatures contribute to algal blooms, or heighten water sensitivity to microorganism growth.
Ground water presents its own treatment challenges and filtration issues, so Ann Arbor/Detroit Area residents with primarily ground water service may see different water problems than those using water from Ann Arbor/Detroit Area’s surface water sources. Most often, these manifest as hard water problems which cause buildup on faucets and fixtures, and can be hard on appliances and plumbing.
Depending on where you live in Detroit, Ann Arbor, or the surrounding areas, you’ll access water that comes from lakes and rivers. Lake St. Claire, the Detroit and Huron Rivers serve many of our communities locally, and have been the source of problematic water concerns over the years. Surface water sources like these tend to be more volatile and subject to contamination by nature, but aging plumbing and infrastructure can exacerbate water problems.
Detroit Drinking Water Problems
While surface water sources have many benefits for communities, changes in the environment, as well as industrial or agricultural activity, can quickly and dramatically impact water quality. While the cities of Detroit and Ann Arbor treat water to federal drinking water quality standards, that doesn’t always mean that the safe water that leaves the treatment plant is the same water that reaches your kitchen sink. Water plumbing and distribution systems can impact its safety, since contaminants like lead and copper commonly found in old plumbing, can leach into water before it reaches homes and businesses.
If you’re ever concerned about your Ann Arbor or Detroit water quality, it’s important to have it tested. Some of the signs you may notice of contamination or poor water quality are discoloration (usually brownish or rust colors) or unpleasant taste or smells (typically metallic or chemical).
Detroit Water Treatment Solutions
At the first sign of an issue, always stop drinking the water until you can determine it’s safe to drink. Our local water experts will come to your house to test water for free and discuss the results with you.
Once you know what’s in your water, we’ll help you determine the best way to fix it. Whether that’s a whole home water filtration system, or an under-sink drinking water system, we’ll customize a Detroit drinking water system that’s right for you and your home to ensure you’re always getting the safest, highest-quality water possible.