Culligan Water rolled out its new brand campaign Sunday night during the Golden Globes, and it was a big hit. The ad, in which Cary Elwes (sort of) reprises his role from The Princess Bride, was received by 19 million U.S. viewers, plus an additional 3 million in Canada. Check it out!
Eczema can be a parents’ worst nightmare The chronic, itchy skin rash that affects 20 percent of babies and young children is painful for your child, and a pain for you to deal with. Furthermore, while eczema conditions are known to improve with age, there is no true cure, and its regression
A reverse osmosis filter can rid your water of 99% of harmful impurities If you live in Denver, and are trying to decide on a Culligan® Reverse Osmosis system versus a faucet-mount or bulky refrigerator pitcher, there are a number of things to consider.
Dry cash flow over the holidays? Flexible financing allows your family comfort, and yourself peace of mind with a new water filter It’s Christmas Day at your home in Denver. Your floor is littered with gift wraps, bows and boxes. The honey-glazed ham is in the oven, the kids are tripping
When should you winterize your water softener? If you live in a colder climate such as Denver, or have a home in a warmer climate you venture to over the holidays and through the winter, you may take steps to protect your pipes from freezing. So why wouldn’t you protect your water conditioning equipment
Culligan of Denver would like to help conserve water this holiday season. Here are some water saving tips that are sure to help!
Copper is one metal that acid water can dissolve into your Denver water system. While copper pipes are used in household plumbing, and it is in fact necessary for your diet, it can be poisonous. Infants and Wilson’s Disease Risks The body has a natural way of regulating copper. However,
The most common way to diagnose a contamination of sulfur or hydrogen sulfate in your Denver home is the smell. To that end, there are simple steps you can take to eliminate this from your faucets. Determine the Source Your first order of business is to find the source — in your drain,
Total dissolved solids can come from a number of sources, and the location of your home, climate, water treatment method, source, and a number of variables can contribute to the composition of your water. Common TDS contaminants can include ionic compounds derived from calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, chlorides, sulfates, phosphates and nitrates.