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Rent ANY Piece of Culligan Equipment for $9.95/mo.*
- Culligan Water Softener Systems
- Culligan Reverse Osmosis Systems
- Culligan Whole Home Water Filters
$29.95 System Tune-Up (Reg. $49.95)
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- Test any tap in your home
- NEW flexible sample pickup options
- No third-party installation. No big box retailers. Full-Service high-quality water
- Customized to fit YOUR water needs. Your neighbor’s home, your parents’ home across town — their home water situation may be very different from yours. Culligan works for your tap, your family, your home
- Security: Limited 20 year warranty, No shipping damage worries, no restocking fees!
Why Do Denver Area
Homeowners LOVE Us?
Scheduling an appointment to have a salesperson come to the house was super easy (done online). The sales person, Rob, was on time, showed me options that would fit my needs, and did not use any heavy sales pitches to push me on options I did not need. Jordan, the installer, was a gem–he was quick, clean, and explained how to work my RO systems. And I must say, my water tastes great!
I have had many water delivery services and other Culligans but THIS Culligan is awesome. Everyone is so friendly and Matthew – our local driver prides himself on his customers. He has gone above and beyond multiple times and ensuring we are set! I never do reviews but was so impressed with him that I felt compelled.
They are so kind, I haven’t had many issue but when I have they are prompt and friendly. Joe even carries my salt down for me and always calls me before he comes and I appreciate that so much.
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Commercial & Industrial
Are You Losing Operational Costs Because Of Poor Water Quality or Treatment Equipment?
Culligan Denver Area C&I has boots on the ground everywhere for local service. We provide quick service – from install to maintenance, reducing downtime and ensuring efficiency.
- Industrial Softening
- Large Scale Filtration/RO
What Are The Best Water Treatment Solutions For Denver Area, Katy, Sugarland, or The Woodlands?
With this combination of water resources, Denver Area water quality often faces our share of water filtration and treatment issues:
Surface water, like rivers and snow melt, absorb contaminants that can be harmful for consumption as well as annoying around the home. Most of these contaminants include naturally occurring bio materials and minerals. This means water quality can worsen seasonally when warming temperatures contribute to algal blooms, or heighten water sensitivity to microorganism growth.
Ground water presents its own treatment challenges and filtration issues, so Denver Area residents with primarily ground water service may see different water problems than those using water from Denver Area’s surface water sources. Most often, these manifest as hard water problems which cause buildup on faucets and fixtures, and can be hard on appliances and plumbing.
Colorado’s Most Trusted Water Filtration Experts
Denver’s drinking water originates from beautiful lakes, rivers, streams and reservoirs that are fed by mountain snow runoff. While the sources of your water look pristine, though, it has a long journey before it reaches your tap. With great employees from the area, Culligan of Denver has the local knowledge of your water backed by Culligan’s more than 80 years of water treatment expertise. We’re proud to serve, and be a part of, Denver’s community for now and for years to come.
Denver Water Quality and Treatment Solutions
Like many large cities, Denver draws its water from several sources to supply the metro area and nearby communities like Aurora, Boulder, Littleton, Lakewood, Westminster, and more. The primary sources for this water are the South Platte River, Blue River, Williams Fork River and Fraser River watersheds, but it also uses water from the South Boulder Creek, Ralston Creek and Bear Creek watersheds.
With surface water sources serving so much of the area, there are several factors that you should be aware of. Surface water, like water that comes from rivers and snow melt, can absorb contaminants that can be harmful for consumption. Most of these contaminants contain naturally-occurring biomaterials and minerals. This will cause your water quality to worsen seasonally when warming temperatures contribute to algal blooms or heighten water sensitivity to microorganism growth.
Regardless of the water problems you’re experiencing, Culligan of Denver has a solution that is customized to your home and the water in it. Learn more, today!