Are You On Well Water?
Find Out If Your Water Is Safe To Drink (Plus Find Out How You Can Get A Free Well Water Test From Culligan)
If you're one of the 15% of Americans who are on well water, it's important to realize that the government does NOT regulate water from wells. This means that it's up to YOU to make sure that your drinking water is safe for you and your family.
Did You Know These Facts About Well Water?
- Most groundwater is considered safe, and the deeper the well, the safer it is liable to be.
- However, some contaminants can seep into well water...including everything from pollutants to microorganisms, heavy metals, household waste, fluoride, and more.
- The Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974 doesn't include private wells, so if you want to make sure that your personal water is safe, it's up to you to have your water tested.
Culligan Offers FREE Well Water Testing In The Green Mountain Area
If you're on well water and want to test your well for safety, hardness, contaminants, and more, your best bet is to get your water tested.
Many people buy at-home water testing kits to test their well water. Unfortunately, this is NOT the best way to test your water. For one thing, unless you're a water expert, you may not know how to properly take a sample or interpret the results. And second of all, the kits themselves can be expensive and time-consuming to conduct.
A much better option is to take advantage of a free well water test by your friendly neighborhood Culligan man. We'll take care of all the work, including taking the sample and analyzing the results. And best of all...it's 100% free.