Most people believe their drinking water comes from pure sources without contamination, or they assume that the water has been treated, so there is not a problem. However, lead rarely contaminates water at the source. The primary reason lead is found in drinking water sources is the piping used for distribution or the household plumbing.
Why is lead a concern?
Lead is a toxic metal that is harmful to human health and there is NO safe level for lead exposure. Consuming contaminated water can lead to numerous health problems but the good news is, it is possible to reduce exposure to lead.
Here's how to remove lead from your water to protect yourself and your family from this harmful contaminant.
2. Take action.
If you decide that a Culligan Water Treatment option is best for you, a trained and certified Culligan service professional will install your new unit to your satisfaction. There are a number of systems that can remove contaminants from your water. Make sure you understand them all, from pricing to their capabilities, we want to ensure you're making the right choice for your home.
3. Continue to test for lead annually.
Lead is dangerous, but if you employ the correct methods to remove it, you can avoid exposure. Culligan offers several home water solutions that if installed will drastically improve your home water system. In addition to receiving the health benefits of Culligan water, you will also have great tasting water for drinking and cooking. Your body and your taste buds will thank you! For more information, contact Culligan Lake of the Ozarks.
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