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- 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
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Hall’s Culligan provides excellent service, we couldn’t recommend them enough for business water solutions! Also, Culligan water is THE BEST drinking water ever; it’s cheaper, more environmentally friendly, and way tastier than bottled water.
I’m here for the water because out of every single water on the market, Culligan is absolutely the best! The amazing customer service is just an added bonus.
We love our Culligan Water! Knowing what I know about KS water and the fact that once or twice my tap has a yellow tinge to it, made the decision easy. They deliver straight to our front door every couple weeks and I live in Augusta. Just makes things a lot easier and the water always tastes great.
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Commercial & Industrial
Are You Losing Operational Costs Because Of Poor Water Quality or Treatment Equipment?
Culligan Wichita 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 Wichita Area, Katy, Sugarland, or The Woodlands?
With this combination of water resources, Wichita 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 Wichita Area residents with primarily ground water service may see different water problems than those using water from Wichita 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.
The Best Wichita Water from the Water Filtration Experts at Culligan
Wichita and the surrounding area’s water sources come from a combination of both surface water and groundwater. The surface water in the area comes from the Cheney Reservoir, while the groundwater is from the Equus Beds. While each of these water sources have their benefits, they also each present certain drawbacks. Since your water can be coming from either, or both, of these sources, it is important to understand how the water from these sources could affect your Wichita home.
Surface water sources are sources whose water originates in reservoirs, lakes, rivers, and other water sources that are exposed to open air. Due to the exposure of these sources, microorganism growth, algal blooms, agricultural runoff, and pollution can all effect the quality of the water. While the municipal treatment plants will filter out any noticeable particulates and bacteria, there can be microscopic contaminants that make it through their filters. In addition, the contaminants that have been sitting in the water can affect the taste and smell of the water, even though it was treated, and make it unpleasant to drink.
Groundwater sources are those that are serviced by underground wells and aquifers. These sources don’t have to deal with many contaminants and even go through a natural filtering process as water seeps through the layers of earth, but they are very susceptible to making the water harder. Hard water is water that contains a high concentration of minerals, which can cause problems throughout the home. If you notice white buildup around your plumbing fixtures, bad tastes or smells in your drinking water, or rust-colored stains in your sinks and tubs, you may have hard water in your home.
For over 80 years, Culligan has been giving people peace of mind. If you’re using Culligan, you know that wherever your water comes from, you’re getting the best drinking water straight from your tap. With great, local employees who understand the specific water problems that plague our area, Wichita Culligan has the experience and knowledge to come up with a customized solution for your water problems. Give us a call today!