Transform Tap Water in Your Ventura Home with Whole House Water Filtration Technology from Culligan
No matter your water problems — there’s a whole home water solution to solve it.
Because Ventura relies primarily on surface water sources, trouble at the tap can take a variety of noticeable forms:
- Cloudy or discolored water
- Soap scum and residue
- Unpleasant water smells like chlorine
- Rust colored or blue/green stains or spots
- Stains on laundry, sinks, tubs and more
Problem water can cause more than just cosmetic issues at home, too. For example, if you’re dealing with hard water minerals in your water, like calcium, magnesium, or iron, these can buildup in your plumbing and major appliances shortening their useful life and driving up your utility bills.
You Have Options! Virtual or At Home — How Do Our Appointments Work?
Call us or fill out the “GET PRICING” form. If you fill out the “GET PRICING” form, your local Culligan representative will contact you via telephone as soon as possible to provide you with the best options for you and your family for setting an appointment.
You can elect for 1) a water treatment expert to arrive at your home with a number of no-contact options, or 2) set your appointment virtually!
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A Home Water Assessment Just Became Easier Than Ever
Your local Culligan water expert can arrive at your home and give you the best options to suit your family, lifestyle and budget. But if you can’t see us — that’s ok too. Read more below.
At Home Appointments: Your local Culligan Water expert will arrive at your home, ask questions about your home’s water needs and discuss options that make the most sense to fit your family, lifestyle and budget.
Outdoor Water Test: If you have an outside spigot, Culligan will arrive at your home and collect a water sample from an outdoor water source using your directives.
Water Sample Pickup: Culligan will pick up a sample of your tap water at your front door based on your directives.
Customer Sample Drop-Off (fast results!): Drop off a sample of your tap water to your local Culligan Water dealership.
Culligan Virtual Appointments.
We can bring our fun, entertaining water demonstration through your screen right into your home with our virtual appointments! You can watch on your phone, laptop or tablet as your Culligan Water experts ask questions about your home’s water needs and discuss options that make the most sense to fit your family, lifestyle and budget.
Water Quality in Ventura
While surface water can be softer in nature than its groundwater equivalent, it can also be more prone to contamination. Because surface water doesn’t undergo the kind of natural filtration that groundwater sources often do, it can lead to surface water taking on more treatment chemicals, so you may end up with instances where water tastes or smells more heavily of chlorine.
This is especially common for surface water during the summer, when warmer temperatures make lakes and rivers more hospitable environments for biomaterial that has to be treated at the municipal level. Seasonal flooding and heavy rainfall can also contribute to problems with agricultural or industrial runoff, so cities may have to adjust for those contaminants with added treatment that can leave water tasting and smelling worse for the wear.
Solutions from Total Home Water Filtration Systems
Culligan’s whole home water filters are customized to solve for Ventura water problems that come from surface water like discoloration or cloudiness, blue-green stains, and unpleasant smells or tastes. Whole home treatment means that no matter where you use water in your home, you can be confident in the water quality. From the shower to the laundry room, kitchen, and everywhere in between, treated water not only works better for your home, it brings added benefits for your skin, hair, nails, laundry, and more.
Our total home water solutions are also targeted to remove hard water problems that can affect Ventura’s hard water-served residents. Eliminating hard water minerals before they enter your home can improve both taste and performance for a difference you’ll notice all over the house.
Whole Home Water Filtration Benefits:
Whole home water filters give you better-tasting, higher-quality water from every faucet in addition to:
- Helping you save on utilities by improving major appliance efficiency.
- Protecting plumbing and fixtures from hard water buildup.
- Saving you money on personal care and cleaning products like soaps, shampoos, and detergents.
- Providing healthier, happier skin, hair, and nails.
- Improving the look and feel of laundry, while helping it last longer and look its best.
- Making cleaning easier so you don’t have to fight buildup, water spots, and residue.
The Culligan Difference
We’ve served the Ventura area for over 80 years, and over that time we’ve learned a lot about how to solve the unique water problems all over the county. This experience helps us diagnose the water in your home, so we can find the whole home filter that will work the way you need it to.
- Get the most out of your investment with professional installation and routine maintenance to ensure maximum efficiency for the life of your whole home filter.
- Water tests are always free, and your local Culligan Man will review the results with you to identify water issues, and customize the right solution for your home.
- Culligan of Ventura is always here to help with questions for service, maintenance, repairs, and more, for worry-free customer service.
Find the widest selection of hard-working, high-efficiency whole home water filtration systems, customized for your specific water problems.
Learn more about the home benefits of a Culligan® Total Home Water Conditioner!
Every liquid has a pH, including your home’s water. Whether the pH is too high or too low, it can have damaging effects on your water. So when is it an issue for your home, and what can you do about it?
Iron in Water
Iron is one of the most common types of problem water and can leave your fixtures and tubs with rust stains. There are different types of iron, and different solutions for each. Some can require DIY while others ask for professional help. Learn more.
The practice of adding fluoride to municipal supplies has come under increased scrutiny. While the idea that fluoride is a "contaminant" can be disputed, some people do not like it in their water. And your fridge filter does not likely help. What can remove fluoride? Learn more.
Copper is one metal that acid water can dissolve into your water system. While copper pipes are used in household plumbing, and it is in fact necessary for your diet, it can be poisonous. But not all homes with copper pipes have poison water. So learn when you should be concerned.
If you live in a rural area, nitrates in water might be of chief concern to you and your family’s health – particularly if you have an infant or a pregnant mother nursing in the home. Learn more about how you can suspect nitrate contamination and what you can do about it.
Rotten Egg Smell
Water may smell like rotten eggs. This is the result of sulfur somewhere in your water supply. But it's not always your external source and your solution can rely on simple tests that often don't require professional assistance. Learn what you can do, and when it's necessary to bring in professional help.
Hard water is the result of mineral buildup in your city or well water, most commonly from calcium and lime. The signs of hard water are not always obvious, but can have detrimental effects on your home.
Dry Skin and Hair
Hard water will clog your pores, leaving your skin dry and itchy. Your hair can also become damaged and unmanageable due to hard water.
Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
Total dissolved solids include a wide range of organic and inorganic compounds found in your water such as nitrates, chloride and phosphates. So how many TDS do you have in your water, and how do you know if it's an issue? Read more to learn.
Chlorine Smell and Taste
Chlorine is one of the most commonly used water disinfectants use by water companies. However, it can leave an unpleasant taste in your water when it reaches your home.
There are other types of naturally-occurring chromium, but chromium-6 is commonly used and produced as a byproduct of industrial production. The stainless steel industry, and any other manufacturer of anti-corrosives, are the main cause of chromium-6-related industrial pollution.
Mercury has a complicated reputation in the public conscious, partly because there are two distinct kinds of mercury that are discussed regarding mercury pollution in general, and mercury in water. But how can it affect you?
Dissolved pharmaceuticals can run through unfiltered and untreated in your water supply and could run all the way through to your tap. Learn more about the high-risk areas, and what you can do to fight this growing issue.
Invisible to the naked eye, your home’s water could contain bacteria. Whether the bacteria comes from the source or old pipes, your home is most susceptible if your source is a well. Read to learn more.
PFAS water contamination impacts residents everywhere. Learn more about what you can do about this new environmental issue that has been in the news lately.
Lead is a well-known water contamination issue in the country today. Municipalities are slowly starting to catch on, but there are plenty of homes with lead piping and fixtures. Is your home older? Here's how you can check for lead in your water.
HAAs, or haloacetic acids, refer to a handful of compounds that can occur in tap water as a result of common municipal treatment methods such as chlorination. So is it a major issue? Learn more about it.
Arsenic can occur natural or is a byproduct of agricultural industry. In some cases, high arsenic levels can have negative effects on your health. But when should you be concerned, and how can you deal with it? If you're a well water user, you should read this.
Culligan® Whole House Filter Overview
Get cleaner water from every tap, every faucet, and in every room with the Culligan® Total Home Water Conditioner. Our hardworking two-in-one solution provides cleaner, softer Culligan water everywhere you want, with the added benefit of filtering out unpleasant contaminants like chlorine.*
Explore customizable filtration solutions designed to suit all kinds of whole-house needs, from hard water problems like stubborn soap scum and residue, to bitter taste or chlorine odors. A whole-house water filter from Culligan treats your problem water directly at the source, so you enjoy the benefits of cleaner, fresher water from every faucet. Culligan has 80 years of experience with all types of problem water so you can have peace of mind that your family’s water is in good hands with your local Culligan Man®.
Culligan® Whole House Filter Specifications
- Non-corrosive control valve designed to deliver years of reliable service
- ACCUSOFT® Microprocessor offers worry-free operation of your whole-house filter, even in power outages
- Dubl-Safe brine refill valve provides peace of mind during refill
- CUL-FLO-VALV® makes operation easyGuest Cycle recharge option generates an extra supply of filtered water with the touch of a button
- CULLEX® resin provides maximum capacity, stability, and long-lasting operation
- Quadra-Hull® Tank delivers dependable operation thanks to multiple layers of construction
- High-grade quartz underbedding distributes water evenly, maximizing water flow
FAQ About Culligan® Whole House Filter Systems
1. What are the benefits of the Quadra-Hull® tank?
Culligan’s Quadra-Hull® tank is one of the strongest water tanks available on a water softener. The exclusive four-layer construction of the Quadra-Hull® tank provides more protection than industry standard fiberglass and metal tanks. This design makes them impervious to rust and corrosion and they are UV resistant. Culligan's Quadra-Hull® tanks offer a limited lifetime warranty on the tank and internal components.
2. What is filtered water?
Filtered water typically refers to water that has gone through a filtration process to reduce the amount of iron, hydrogen sulfide, aesthetic chlorine taste or odor, as well as microorganisms such as cryptosporidium and giardia.
Water filtration involves separating mineral particles, like particulates, iron, hydrogen sulfide, or organic matter, from the water molecule (H2O). By passing water through a "filter bed," or "media bed," these granular particles are trapped, allowing the cleaner water to pass through.