It is important to have your water tested for hardness and other factors to determine your exact needs. Even if you already know you have one or more water problems, getting a water test is an excellent first step to choosing a water treatment solution. Do you have hard water or poor water quality? Find out with our free water test.
When evaluating your needs, an expert will consider a number of factors. For instance, the current hardness level and the size of a family will have an impact on the type and size of the equipment required. The same holds true for drinking water systems.
Your water usage and pressure
Water pressure and the amount of water used are important factors to look at when outfitting your home with a system for improving water quality. The size of your household may influence water usage, and different families have different water needs. Factors such as expected family growth and guest visits should also be taken into account.
Avoid a "quick fix"
Finding a fix for an existing water problem is your primary focus, but don’t be too quick to go with the cheapest water treatment solution. You might find that a higher-end system will be more efficient and handle your needs better. Before making a purchase, get a detailed estimate for the cost of equipment, installation, and maintenance to make sure you are getting your money’s worth.
Buy from a reputable dealer
A reputable water treatment equipment dealer can be an excellent resource when you need help determining your water conditioning needs. Culligan® is the most trusted name in the water treatment industry.
You may be able to get the price of your water conditioning equipment financed under FHA Title 1 or private lending agreements. Make sure to check with your bank or finance company to get more information. Local dealers may offer special financing options as well.