Acid water

Water with a High Acid Content

Water with a pH value lower than 7 is considered to be acidic and is typically caused by either acid mine runoff or acidic industrial discharge that infiltrates the water table.

The pH level of water can not only make it unpalatable, but it can also be destructive to your pipes and fixtures due to the fact that it will corrode any copper it comes into contact with.

Problems stemming from acid water can include:

Leaks in the pipes caused by pinholes

Laundry that appears to have a blue film or residue on it

Discoloring of fixtures, basins, and baths in a shade of blue-green

Unusual metallic taste in the mouth

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Improving your home’s water is easier and more convenient than ever with Culligan Water.

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Improving your home’s water is easier and more convenient than ever with Culligan Water.

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