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Culligan Water, Making Your Lake of the Ozarks Water Even Better
All across the country, no matter where you live, your drinking water comes from one of a few select sources: surface water, groundwater, or a combination of the two. Around the Lake of the Ozarks area, most of your water comes from groundwater sources. Because of this, it is important to know what that means for your drinking water. Find out how groundwater affects you, and your home!
Groundwater sources, or water that originates in underwater wells and aquifers, present different problems that are common in surface water sources. The most common complaint that people with groundwater have is that they are prone to hard water and the symptoms that it causes. Hard water occurs when iron, sulfur, and other minerals dissolve in the water source and add minuscule granules to the water, causing effects on you, and your home. These symptoms can include white buildup around your plumbing fixtures, rust-colored stains in your sinks or tub, and bad tastes and smells in your drinking water.
Wherever your water comes from, you can rest assured knowing that Culligan has your water covered. While Culligan Lake of the Ozarks has been solving the area's toughest water problems for over four decades, we have the support of Culligan International who actually invented the water softening process in in 1936. So, you have Culligan International providing the best equipment money can buy, coupled with locally owned stores in Lake of the Ozarks, whose sole focus is the satisfaction of our customers. This is how you know that you can count on us for the finest water treatment equipment and service. Our only business is water treatment, so all of our attention is on water. Find out what we can do to improve your Lake of the Ozarks water, today.