When I was contacted by Culligan Water to try out their water filtration system, I instantly started thinking about the water I drink. Honestly, it’s not something I ever put much thought into.
Because I grew up in Los Angeles, I’m not keen on drinking water out of the faucet. You just don’t do that! When I was growing up, my parents had a water service that delivered giant 5 gallon bottles every week. I don’t know many people who still do that and my house is too cute for that big machine anyway. Since I’ve been living in Arkansas my husband swears that you can drink faucet water. I have tried it (when we have run out of water bottles) basically out of desperation, but I can’t get with it. I didn’t like the taste. Also, when it comes to water for Creed I’ve always used bottled water.
When our representative from Culligan came and explained their options for water filtration, I was pleasantly surprised to see how discreet the completed installation would be and how seamlessly it incorporated into my existing kitchen sink fixture. The Culligan team installed a RO (reverse osmosis) filtration system that removes chemicals and contaminants found in my tap – providing clean, filtered water with the push of a button. The installation took about an hour and seemed pretty easy. I thought they would have to dig holes in my marble counters and it would be a whole drawn out process, but it wasn’t! We keep the portable ClearLink Pro button on the sink and whenever you push it, you’ll have filtered water. The button is connected to the filtration system by Bluetooth so there are no wires to worry about.
Since we have had the Culligan Water system installed, we haven’t bought water bottles. Before the installation we would buy 4 gallons and a case of water bottles a week. The water we drink now is from the faucet. It tastes great and I know that I’m providing my family the best, most refreshing water available with a Culligan Water system.
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