Water Testing


Water Quality Testing

We rely on water in more ways than we realize. And, at Culligan, we think it’s important to know what’s in it. Testing the makeup of your water is the first step to fresher, better-tasting water every day.

How Does Water Testing Work?

A basic water test from Culligan is free and as easy as scheduling an appointment with your Culligan Man online or over the phone. Here’s how it works:

We’ll sample your tap water and test it right in your kitchen. Results can vary, but generally the test takes 10 minutes or less. When the test is complete, we’ll share the results with you and discuss options for addressing any water problems.

Is your water everything it shouldn’t be?

Culligan has the solution for many of the water problems that may impact your home. As a leader in water filtration and softening products and solutions, Culligan offers the most technologically advanced line of filtration and treatment solutions available today.


Poor tasting drinking water is one of the most common problems people experience with their drinking water. It is also one of the more frustrating water problems. Even the slightest metallic, salty, sour or bitter taste in your drinking water can be a big problem when you’re using your water for cooking, making ice, brewing coffee and especially drinking.

If you’re looking to improve the taste of your water, trust the water experts at Culligan. From advanced water filter systems to reverse osmosis systems that deliver bottled-quality water to state-of-the-art whole house treatment solutions and convenient bottled water delivery service, we have the right solution to deliver refreshing Culligan drinking water that you will enjoy again and again.


There’s nothing pleasant about living with rough, hard water. The calcium, magnesium and other minerals in hard water can be damaging to your pipes and appliances. And no amount of chemicals, scrubbing or lotions will help you avoid the affects of hard water:

  • Rough, dry, itchy skin
  • Limp, lifeless hair
  • Stiff, scratchy laundry
  • Spotty, cloudy dishes and glassware
  • Showers and tubs layered with soap scum
  • Irritated hands from scrubbing with harsh chemicals and detergents
  • Decreased water pressure

Fortunately, the water experts at Culligan have the right solution to bring you soft, silky, clean water throughout your house. With a Culligan soft water solution, you’ll get softer, better water that will improve everything it touches:

  • Get cleaner sinks and faucets, tubs and showers without the harsh chemicals
  • Enjoy softer skin and silkier hair
  • Pamper yourself with more luxurious baths, showers and bubble baths
  • Discover how soft every load of laundry can be
  • Use less detergents, soaps and chemicals and save money and your hands


Foul or unpleasant smelling water can be one of the more troubling types of water problems one can experience. The odor is a constant reminder that there is something wrong with your water. Worse, trying to cook, clean, bathe, wash and enjoy your water can be a challenge when your water smells like:

Unfortunately, standard water filters, faucet filters and pitcher filters are no match for the chemicals and contaminants* that cause the odors. A better way to treat these types of water problems is to get to the source of the problem. And the best way to do that is by calling the water experts at Culligan.

Your Culligan Service Technician will diagnose the exact cause of your water odor and recommend a water filtration solution designed to give you cleaner, treated Culligan water.
*Contaminants are not necessarily in your water.


You don’t have to look hard to spot the signs of problem water. Many of the mineral and chemical impurities* commonly found in water, like magnesium, calcium, and iron can result in discolored water that leaves a noticeable mark all over the house:

  • Yellow or colored water
  • Orange or yellow rust stains in sinks and tubs
  • Crusty lime buildup on faucets and shower heads
  • Soap scum on tubs, showers and shower doors
  • Spots on glasses and dishes
  • Cloudy ice cubes
  • Corrosion in plumbing and appliances
  • Decreased performance and life from appliances

Look to the water experts at Culligan for the right solution to your unsightly water problems. Our advanced line of water softeners and whole-house filtration systems can reduce the amount of discoloring impurities, giving you cleaner, clearer water throughout your home. Best of all, with Culligan water, your house will look cleaner than ever with a lot less time and effort.
*Impurities are not necessary in your water.


Well water can present a unique challenge when it comes to ensuring water quality. The water in a well is more susceptible to the contaminants and impurities* found naturally in the earth. As a result, the quality of well water can slowly decrease over time. That’s why water experts recommend testing well water so frequently. Otherwise, you may not know about changes in your water supply that may affect the quality of your well water.

For a well water treatment that you can trust, turn to the water experts at Culligan. With over 75 years of water treatment experience, you can trust that your Culligan Service Technician is exceptionally qualified to address your well water treatment needs.

Your Culligan Service Technician will be able to provide a thorough analysis of your water to help you understand exactly what is in your well water. And then your Culligan Man will recommend a solution to deliver cleaner, treated Culligan water for you and your family.
*Contaminants are not necessarily in your water.

Culligan 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

If you are dissatisfied with your Culligan product for any reason within 30 days of your purchase, Culligan will remove the product and refund the purchase price.

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Want more information? Ask your local Culligan Man.

Your local Erie, Warren & Meadville Culligan Man is the expert on water conditions in Erie and Warren Counties and can recommend the best water treatment solutions for your home or business.