“And The Winner Is…Water!”

Culligan Water rolled out its new brand campaign Sunday night during the Golden Globes, and it was a big hit. The ad, in which Cary Elwes (sort of) reprises his role from The Princess Bride, was received by 19 million U.S. viewers, plus an additional 3 million in Canada. Check it out!

Wichita Residents — Boil Water Alert!

A boil water advisory has been issued for the town of Attica in Harper County.  The Kansas Department of Health and Environment issued the advisory because of a loss of pressure.  A loss of pressure can lead to a loss of chlorine residuals and bacterial contamination.  The order will stay in effect until further testing

Haysville Residents Warned of Water Contamination

Dangerous chemicals have been found in the water systems of some Haysville homes, according to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. The state found the contamination in 2011 but due to the backlog, is only now notifying residents. One of those dangerous chemicals is Tetrachloroethylene (PCE). The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and

Last Chance! Wanted: Dead or Alive

We all know that the purpose of a water softener is to reduce or completely get rid of the minerals that make our water hard. Winter is just a couple months away which not only means fresh snow and the holidays, it also means dry skin and dull hair. With a Culligan HE Water Softener,

Introducing Culligan Clear Link Pro

When you’re thirsty and in need of some refreshing, thirst-quenching water, you reach for the fridge and realize there’s no bottled water. Oh no! What do you do since your tap water tastes so bad? It’s time to introduce yourself to in-home water filtration systems featuring reverse osmosis technology. What is Reverse Osmosis and

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