Chlorine Water Treatment – Should You Be Concerned?

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. Though this is true, many […]

Hard Water Problems: Common Myths of Water Softeners

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 Pittsburgh area, it’s difficult to understand what exactly you might need to do about your hard water problems. Needs can vary from area […]

Baby Eczema and The Effects of Hard Water on Children

  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 about the effects of hard water […]

Culligan Cares Helps with Hurricane Harvey Relief

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. As of […]

Five Examples of New Water Technology

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 two things: to […]

Boil Water Advisory Issued for Pittsburgh

A flush and boil water advisory has been issued for 19 northern Pittsburgh neighborhoods, as well as Millvale and Reserve Township. The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority issued the warning as a precautionary measure after evidence of a tear in the high-density polyurethane cover in the 133-million gallon Lanpher Reservoir in Shaler Township was discovered, […]

Healthy Water & Assisted Living — What You Should Know

When you think of a place where delicate hearts and minds need special care, what is your first thought? If you were thinking about a school, you’re likely not alone. But there is a certain faction at the opposite end of that spectrum where such a need also applies. Seniors in assisted living are typically […]

Summertime Hydration Tips — Stay Cool, Pittsburgh!

It’s the dog days of summertime – it’s time to get your yinzer butt off the couch out to Point State Park, the Three Rivers Heritage Trail, or boating on any of the rivers! But are you drinking the right water as the outdoor summer activities come into full swing? We have a few summertime […]

Is There Lead in Your Pittsburgh Water?

Over the past year, a spotlight has been cast upon the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority. It was discovered that certain areas and houses had high levels of lead in their drinking water. Many Pittsburgh area homes tested higher than the EPA legal limit of 15 parts-per-billion. But no level of lead exposure in water […]

Last Call! Wanted Dead or Alive!

We all know that the purpose of a water softener is to reduce or completely get rid of the minerals that make our water hard. Winter is just a couple months away which not only means fresh snow and the holidays, it also means dry skin and dull hair. With a Culligan HE Water Softener, […]

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