Culligan Water - The Ultimate Water Filtration System
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Culligan Water – The Ultimate Water Filtration System

This post was sponsored by Culligan Water as part of an Integrated Program for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.

I never realized the importance of filtered water in my regular life until I got the Culligan Water Filtration System installed in my house! Many water filtration systems do not connect with your refrigerator and freezer. That means that if your freezer is making ice cubes using tap water, that tap water that you are trying to avoid by using filtered water is melting right into the drinks that you are putting the cubes into!

I am totally excited to now have the Culligan Water Filtration System in my home. Culligan specializes in using the most innovative solutions to filter the water in your home. They also work with many businesses. Culligan is a trusted name that has been in business for the past 80 years and their customer service can’t be beat.

I worked with Arden on my water installation and he was such a pleasure to work with, he walked me through the entire process and I came away so very educated about the water in my home! Now every day in my home will be a good water day!

Arden hosted a personal demonstration of a fascinating group of tests comparing my tap water with Culligan water to showcase the differences in quality.

One of the things that I love most is this Wi-Fi connected button. All you have to do to activate the filtered water is to tap on the button. The water pressure of the water coming out of the faucet will be noticeably different and voila! With a press of the button you’ll have filtered water!

In an upcoming blog post I will share with you my overall feedback of my experience with the Culligan Water Whole-Home System.

This treats all the filtration and softening needs for the water in your house. It helps soften the water you shower with or bathe in—which is better for your skin and hair.

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