Free Water Analysis From Your Culligan Man

Don't wonder what's in your water - your local Culligan Man can tell you! The Culligan Man in Pennsylvania and Western New York offers free in home water analysis just by filling out the form above!

Testing of your water by a licensed local water expert is the key to determining if you have a water problem, how to solve your problem and what equipment and service you need to protect your family and home. Delicious, refreshing water is as easy as 1 - 2 - 3!

Get a free water analysis from your Culligan Man!

  1. Call (814) 368-6123 or fill out the form above and have your local Culligan Man schedule a Free Water Analysis for your home.
     
  2. Your Pennsylvania and Western New York Culligan Man will come to your home and provide a complete analysis of your water, fixtures, plumbing and water-using appliances. They will answer any questions you have about your water and provide a detailed report and equipment estimate. The whole process takes about 30 minutes and will be scheduled at a time that's convenient for you. Remember that this is a free public service - there is no cost or obligation associated with a Culligan® Free Water Analysis.
     
  3. If you decide a Culligan Water Treatment option is best for you, a trained and certified Culligan service professional will install your new unit to your satisfaction.

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