As a necessary evil, chlorine and chloramines kill bacteria in your drinking water.
While we do need a method to reduce the risk of bacteria, chlorine and chloramines cause water to taste bad and recent studies have even found them to be harmful to your health.
Typically chlorine is treated by using carbon filtration, however if your city water supply treats with chloramines, make sure the specific filter you have will reduce both.
Your local Culligan Man will be able to let you know specifically what’s in your water and the right way to treat it the first time so you don’t have to waste time and money on a filter that doesn’t solve your water unique problems.
To learn more about reducing chlorine & chloramines from your water, fill out the form below.
Real Local Reviews
We purchased our water filter from Sales Representative, Brian Meadows. He was very professional and very nice to work with. Tyson was the installer and he was right on time and he did a great job on installing the filter.
Happy Thanksgiving, We are grateful for the clean and tasty water you bring us. Thank you for always having a smile on your face.
In reply to your welcome letter from Frank Riker, GM at Ocala, both my wife Lorraine and I were very pleased with the salesman who without a lot of fanfare explained the issues with our water and what Culligan products could be expected to accomplish depending on what options were chosen....more
In reply to your welcome letter from Frank Riker, GM at Ocala, both my wife Lorraine and I were very pleased with the salesman who without a lot of fanfare explained the issues with our water and what Culligan products could be expected to accomplish depending on what options were chosen. He was very professional and explained the merrits of the Culligan company and products. He arranged a convienient time for instalation, which was kept by the installer. The installer was also very proffessional and proficient and answered all of our questions. The installation is very neat and well placed within our garage and discharges into the gutter. The discharge drain line is all but invisable. Please forgive me not refferencing the names of both employees, but my records are not with me as I wruite this. My initial call was to "Mary" I believe at the Lady Lake, FL Home Depot, who also arranged the initial call by the salesman. She was also very helpful and professional.