Culligan Nation Blog

What is Reverse Osmosis?
Drinking from the tap means you may be ingesting contaminants harmful to your family's health. A reverse osmosis system, also called an RO, can help. But what is reverse osmosis, and how can you get one?
Radium in Water
Recent water problems in Wisconsin are raising nationwide concerns about radium in water.
The Effects of Nitrates in Drinking Water
Nitrates, while necessary to grow fruits, vegetables and flowers, can also contaminate your home's water. Here are the effects of nitrates in drinking water and how you can best prevent them from leaving your tap.
How to Remove Lead From Your Drinking Water
Concern about lead is on the rise, here's how to guarantee your safety.
The Causes Of Hardness In Water: Magnesium and How to Remove It
Are the stains in your bathtub or spots on your clean glassware driving you mad?
Don't Forget Bottled Water in Your Disaster Supplies Kit
The weather outside's been frightful for many parts of the country this year.
10 Ways to Conserve Water At Home
Water is a precious resource, and we're not just saying that because it happens to be our favorite of the elements. About 71 percent of the earth is water-covered, but of all that water, only 3 percent of it is freshwater.
Do I need a water test?
Think about all the water you use in your home. For your showers, to bathe your children, to cook your food, to wash your dishes, to clean your laundry. It's no surprise that its an integral part of your daily life.
What is soft water?
We can rattle of several reasons why you should have a water softener.
The Great Water Bottle Debate
BPA Free? Aluminum? Stainless steel? Plastic? One trip down the sporting goods aisle will overwhelm you with water bottle options. We'll try and break down what we know so you can find the best bottle.