What Do You Need to Know?

We've all heard a lot about the new water, but what does it mean for you and your current water treatment?  There are a lot of good reasons to be excited: 1) The City's old water wells are failing, 2) The City wasewater treatment plant needs to comply with toughter State wastewater regulations, and 3) The new water will be a better quality.  One of the biggest changes will be with the hardness of the water.  We've all grown accustomed to the extremely hard water that has plagued our region and in order to deal with it, many of you have trusted Culligan to provide your home with soft water.  Soon the water will change and will become less hard.  However, 'less hard' certainly does not mean soft water. 

If you still want the quality of water you've become accustomed to, then you will still need your water to be softened.  Luckily, the new water will make the treatment process easier for you.  This means the cost of soft water is going down!  At Culligan, we are taking all of the neccessary steps to ensure your home's equipment will be properly adjusted for the shift in water quality.  Whether you have a Culligan Automatic Water Softener in your home or rely on our Portable Exchange Delivery Service, we can save you money by adjusting your system's settings or cutting back the frequency of your deliveries.  You'll use less salt and still have the high quality water you've come to expect from Culligan. 

To help ease you through the change, Culligan of Woodland is offering a FREE SERVICE CALL to all of our current Automatic Water Softener customers.  We'll stop by your home and adjust your settings to ensure your system is operating at maximum efficiency.  We'll even test your water to make sure it's still soft. 

Please fill out the form below to be contacted about scheduling your FREE service call today or give us a call at (530) 592-0014 for more information.