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Residential Water Treatment

Culligan is the recognized leader in home water treatment.

We offer a choice of water filtration systems in a range of sizes and capacities suitable for every location and every household. Learn more about the benefits of Culligan water in your home or contact a Culligan professional for more details and a solution perfectly adapted to your needs.

Culligan is also committed to providing your household with the best possible quality of drinking water. Trust Culligan to insure the best quality drinking water for your home.

Water Problems

Hard Water Bad Tasting Water Bad Smelling Water High Iron Content High Copper Content

Why Treat My Water?

Constantly battling red, dry, itchy skin?
Tired of spotty dishes, glasses and fixtures?
Frustrated with staining on clothing and fixtures?
Tired of bathtub ring , film on shower walls and doors?
Spending more & more money on cleaning supplies, personal grooming products and detergents?

What are the benefits of having Culligan in the home?

Healthier Personal Grooming
No more red, dry, itchy skin caused by your water. Cleaner hair and cleaner you after showering or bathing!
Easier Cleaning
No more bathtub ring or film on shower walls and doors, no more staining!
Cleaner & Brighter Wash
No more soap residue left in fabrics, no more staining of clothing caused by your water. Whites and colors will be more vibrant!
Save Time & Money
Spend less time cleaning. Spend less (up to 75% less) on soaps, detergents and lotions. Spend less on electricity and/or gas, extending the life of all water using appliances!
Sparkling Fixtures & Dishes
No more spots, squeaky clean and shiny new

What is hard water?

Hard water is probably the most common water problem found in the home. Hard water spots your glasses and dishes, makes laundry dull, and causes soap scum and scale to build-up making cleaning a chore. The most common hardness causing minerals are Calcium and Magnesium that is dissolved in a water supply. We offer a choice of water systems in a range of sizes and capacities

According to the Water Quality Association, hard water is water that contains dissolved hardness minerals above 1 GPG (grains per gallon). Relative levels of hardness have been established:
  • Soft water - less than 1 gpg
  • Slightly hard water - 1 to 3.5 gpg
  • Moderately hard water - 3.5 to 7 gpg (Monroe County Water)
  • Hard water - 7 to 10.5 gpg
  • Very hard water - 10.5 and higher gpg (Webster Village Water)

Culligan's complete line of residential water softeners can be found here Whole House Water Filters, Softeners & Conditioners


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Culligan Headquarters
Greater Rochester Area

1475 North Clinton Ave.
Rochester, New York 14621
(585) 266-2876
Culligan Headquarters
Schenectady & Saratoga Counties

One Culligan Drive
Scotia, New York 12302
(518) 374-1805
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