A Culligan Water Softener is Great for Skin
You know you have "hard water" when a build-up of lime reside or soap scum is on your bathroom fixtures and dishes, and you have to use large amounts of soap to clean dishes or wash your hair. That's because "hard water" contains excessive amounts of minerals such as calcium and magnesium, which leave behind a hard scale on the surfaces they contact. A Culligan water softener removes the materials that make your water hard. We offer water softeners for homes and businesses, and no home or facility is too big or too small. Our water softeners are designed to handle a variety of flow rates and remove from 25,000 to 1,250,000 grains. We'll help to determine the water softener that best fits your needs so you can enjoy the following:
- Cleaner sinks, bathtubs, fixtures and tile with much less scrubbing
- Cleaner, brighter laundry
- Softer, smoother skin
- Shinier hair
- Softer, fluffier laundry
- Easier dish washing and household cleaning
- Spot-free glassware
- Reduction of scale build up in pipes and water heaters
- Less soap, shampoo, and detergent use
- Water heating bills reduced by up to 29%
You'll also save money by using less salt, water and electricity!
Culligan Water is great for hair
Culligan water is soft, hard water contains high levels of minerals, specifically magnesium and calcium. The hardness of your water will depend on where you live, because each region will have different levels of hard water depending on its source and treatment. Although hard water is not harmful to your health overall, it can have a huge effect on your hair and skin.
How does hard water affect my hair?
The minerals present in hard water can make it difficult to achieve a thorough rinse, causing buildup in your hair, which can leave behind residue. Hard water can leave your hair feeling filmy, straw-like, dull, and limp, and your scalp feeling dry and itchy. You could wash your hair several times a day thinking it will fix the problem, but each time you leave the shower you will have the same result. The problem is coming from your water, not your rinse, lather, repeat routine. Another effect you may be noticing is in your hair color. Hard water can cause color-treated hair to wash out very quickly, leading to more frequent color treatments, and further damaging your hair. You may also notice your hair becoming thinner and prone to breakage – this can also be attributed back to hard water.
Since 1949, Culligan Saskatoon's mission has been to deliver high-quality water treatment products that will benefit every part of their customers' lives. The team at Culligan hopes to raise the quality of your life by purifying its most essential element: water. Culligan Saskatoon's trained experts have seen about every water problem imaginable…. and solved these problems to deliver the refreshing, clean and pure water that's become their hallmark. Free of contaminants and minerals, water treated with Culligan softeners or filtration systems will make an impression on you and your household, and at the workplace.