Culligan Nation Blog

Do Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) Impact Drinking Water?
VOCs are a mixture of elements which turn into gases. They come from burning gasoline, coal, wood or natural gas. And could be in your groundwater.
Household Water Filters vs. Reverse Osmosis
The biggest difference between Reverse Osmosis (RO) and common household water filters is the number of contaminants it removes.
New Year's Water Resolutions
When it comes to making resolutions, people often give up after weeks of trying. But there are a few new year's resolutions we want you to keep in 2019. And it all starts with your water.
What is Chromium-6?
Chromium-6 is a tasteless, odorless metallic element. And it is often referred to as hexavalent chromium.
Cooking With Filtered Water 101
Is cooking with soft water better than cooking with hard water? What about cooking with reverse osmosis water?
Home Water Testing - Why is it Important for Your Family?
Maintaining your family's health and well-being starts with home water testing. Because water is a huge part of our daily lives.
Everyday Uses of Reverse Osmosis Water
Reverse osmosis water benefits agriculture, construction, coffee shops, breweries, car washes, aquariums and so much more.
Is Fluoride in Drinking Water a Good or Bad Thing?
A mineral with health benefits as well as risks, let's take a closer look at fluoride and its prevalence in drinking water supplies.
Is Your Drinking Water Back-to-School Ready?
The back to school season is quickly approaching. While you're stocking up on notebooks and pencils, don't forget the quality drinking water.
Is There Pharmaceutical Runoff in Drinking Water?
It's a commonly asked question. With a bit of a complex answer. Is there really pharmaceutical runoff in drinking water? The answer is, most likely, yes. However traces are usually very minimal.