If you were to pick up a filter for your water at a hardware store and read the box, how would you know that your water contains the contaminants this specific filter reduces? How would you know it’s the right size for your home?
Even Municipal Water Sources Need to be Tested.
When we test people’s water it’s not uncommon to find out they’ve been using some type of water treatment for years – whether it’s a whole home filter, a softener, or a drinking water filter. It’s also not uncommon for them to find out their current system doesn’t remove or reduce what’s actually in their water.
Our test will help you know what is in it. With all the recent issues of lead contamination, pharmaceuticals, and other water quality issues, rarely is the source water contaminated – it becomes contaminated after it leaves the treatment facility. This is why we make sure we understand your specific water quality and help you learn what type of treatment will get you the water you deserve and desire regardless of whether you ever do business with us, though we sure hope we earn your trust.
One-Size-Fits-All Is Not Going to Work for 90% of Homes in the Long Run
Local stores and many water treatment companies sell one-size-fits-all solutions. However, we’ve found that every home, even if it’s on the same water source, uses water differently. Some homes house 2 people while others house 6. Some have 2 bathrooms and others have 4. That’s exactly why when we test your water we also make time to listen and learn your needs so we can help you get a system that will work for YOU.
When you get a free, professional water test we’ll:
- Test your water for Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), hardness minerals, iron, & chlorine. We’ll also test your water’s pH level.
- Inspect your plumbing and assess your water use needs.
- Provide you with treatment options based on your water quality, home size and budget.
- Make sure you’re completely educated on your water needs and your options.
- Offer full laboratory water test if you’d like an in-depth analysis
Culligan has been around since 1936 and we’ve been in New Hampshire communities for over 48 years. You cannot serve a community for that long unless you take care of your customers.
What’s that have to do with a free water test?
Well, the reality of the situation is that it’s much cheaper for us to test your water and give you the proper equipment the first time compared to if we had to go back to correct it. The loss not only in our time and labor, but in goodwill, would far outweigh our costs involved with a water test in your home.