Culligan Nation Blog

How Much Does Everything Drink?
When looking at the overall water consumption of your home, how much does everything drink? Believe it or not, everything drinks. Including appliances, machines and even different parts of our body.
Benefits of Upgrading Your Water Softener With Smart Technology
With tech advances making their way into the home, it's time to discover the benefits of upgrading your water softener with smart technology.
How to Prepare Your Household Water for the Holidays
Whether you're staying home or traveling, there are a few things you can do to prepare your water softener and water for the holidays.
Do We Need Electrolytes in Our Water?
Electrolytes are crucial for maintaining a healthy body, but the science behind adding them to water is worth being explored further.
Who is Responsible for Monitoring Drinking Water Quality?
For public water supplies, many organizations work together. In the case of private wells, monitoring drinking water quality falls on individual homeowners.
The Water in Your Home - Where Does it Come From?
This may seem like a straightforward and simple question, but knowing where your water comes from can help you keep it safe.
Culligan Cares Summer Recap
Culligan Cares Summer Recap The Culligan Cares initiative is our commitment to be responsible stewards of our water resources, communities and environment. Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma With hurricane season upon us, Culligan Cares has been activel
Natural Disasters and Drinking Water: How to Keep Your Family Safe
Natural disasters can have devastating effects on communities. In addition to power outages and property damage, they can affect access to clean and safe drinking water.
Why You Should Choose a Reverse Osmosis Filter Over Your Refrigerator Filter
The kind of water filter you use at home can say a lot about your family's health. And choosing an RO over your fridge filter can make a world of difference.
Is Your Child Drinking Enough Water At School?
As the school year begins, here are a few tips to help you make sure your child has enough water to drink at school.