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.
Think of chlorine water treatment as a giant disinfectant tablet on a massive scale – because that’s basically what it is. Adding chlorine to a drinking water source has been popular for more than a century, and it continues to be the most cost-effective, dependable method of water disinfection today.
With the amount of news available to us today, seemingly endless amount of information broadcasted to us about water quality issues in different places around the world, and here locally in the Delmarva area, it’s difficult to understand what exactly you might need to do about your hard water problems.
Would you like water, or mountain water? Mountain water. It is more than what flows across the Continental Divide, down streams and rivers, through pipes and into your Denver area home. The term itself, an archetype used in the names and logos of bottled water
According to the CDC, July and August are the most popular months for babies. It’s no coincidence September is Baby Safety Month! If you are lucky enough to have a precious little new inhabitant of your house, you want to make sure they are properly nourished. But what
Through the Culligan Cares program, the Culligan network of dealers donate their resources and time to help those in need. Hurricane Harvey has left a path of devastation in it’s wake, and as a company specializing in clean drinking water, Culligan recognizes the need for clean water for those that have been displaced.
In the fast-paced world where everyone and everything can be connected and startups are funded daily, it’s easy to get lost in a sea of new water technology. Water safety, conservation and filtration have not escaped this paradigm shift. Many of the new, smart-home technology water products of the future focus on