Better Water at Every Turn — Whole Home Water Filters Serving NW Arkansas
Lower utility bills, improve appliance function, protect plumbing and more with water filter solutions for the whole home.
Tap water in Lowell and the surrounding area is most often surface water from Beaver Lake. This means the water we drink and use in our homes can be impacted by contamination from nearby farms, factories, as well as environmental factors, like seasonal algae blooms.
While Beaver Lake provides a great natural resource for us to access water locally, it also means water quality can be easily compromised. As a result, our water often requires rigorous municipal treatment, which can impact water quality in its own way.
Surface water supplies can experience noticeable issues like:
- Cloudy, discolored water, usually reddish or brownish
- Unpleasant water smells like sulfur, metals, or chlorine
- Rust colored or blue/green stains or spots
- Stains on laundry, sinks, tubs and more
Sourcing water from lakes also means the potential for contamination is higher because there isn’t a natural filtering process that takes place with many groundwater sources. Common contaminants we see in and around Lowell include:
- Microbial contamination like viruses and bacteria from septic systems
- Stormwater runoff components like salts and metals
- Oil or gas contamination, some that can even be radioactive, from industrial and farming activity, especially oil and gas production and mining
- Pesticides and herbicides from farms and homes
Surface water problems in NW Arkansas can cause more than just an unpleasant experience at your sink. In many cases, untreated water can impact your health, either by dissuading you from drinking enough water to stay hydrated, or by contributing to certain conditions and even cancers, especially in high-risk populations like pregnant women, small children, and the elderly.
Lowell Water Quality
Depending on where you live in Northwest Arkansas, your water may contain a variety of contaminants at various levels. These specific contaminants and their levels can change seasonally, so it’s a good idea to have your water tested, and retested. If the conditions at your tap change, or if it’s simply been six months or more, it may be a good time to have your water tested.
There are some constants when it comes to Lowell water quality. Mainly, the city uses filtration and treatment chemicals, like chlorine, to make sure water is safe to drink and use at home. And while this treatment is intended to keep water safe, it doesn’t always leave you with the best water quality, or the greatest tasting tap water.
Solutions from Whole Home Water Filtration
Regardless of what kind of contaminants* or treatment chemicals your home may be dealing with, whole home water filtration can provide an effective, efficient solution that delivers results at every faucet and tap.
Customized for Lowell and NW Arkansas’ Beaver Lake needs, whole home water filters from Culligan solve the toughest water problems— from potentially harmful contamination to unpleasant taste or odor, staining, and buildup.
Whole home water treatment also provides consistent water quality throughout your house, so the water you drink and use — whether in the bathroom, laundry room, kitchen, or even sprinklers — is the highest quality. Our total home water filtration systems are also customized to your home and its water quality needs so you can be sure you get the best possible water quality.
*Contaminants may not be in your water
Benefits of Whole Home Water Filtration:
In addition to better-tasting, higher-quality water from every faucet, whole home water filtration:
- Protects against a variety of contamination issues, helping you access safe, fresh water.
- Helps you save on utilities by improving major appliance efficiency.
- Protects plumbing and fixtures from hard water buildup.
- Softens water, saving you money on personal care and cleaning products like soaps, shampoos, and detergents.
- Helps skin, hair, and nails feel healthier and happier.
- Improves the look and feel of laundry, while helping it last longer and look its best.
- Makes cleaning easier so you don’t have to fight buildup, water spots, and residue.
The Culligan Difference
We’ve served Northwest Arkansas for over 80 years. In that time we’ve learned quite a bit about solving the unique water problems in Lowell, Bentonville, Rogers, Van Buren, and beyond. Knowing the water and the region the way we do helps us properly diagnose water issues at home, so we can find the best possible whole home water filtration system for your individual home’s needs.
- Get the most out of your water filter with professional installation and routine maintenance to ensure maximum efficiency for the life of your 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 Lowell is always here to help with service questions as well as maintenance, repairs, and more, for worry-free customer service.
- Find the widest selection of hard-working, high-efficiency whole home water filtration systems.
Learn more about the home benefits of a Culligan® Whole House Water Filter!
Every liquid has a pH, including your home’s water
- Whether the pH is too high or too low, it can have damaging affects on your water
Iron is one of the most common types of problem water and can leave your fixtures and tubs with rust stains. Culligan has solutions geared towards removing the iron from your water. Find out which solution is right for your home!
Self explanatory, blue and green stains in your tubs and sinks
- Often caused by low pH levels in your water
Water should be clear, if not why would you drink it?
- The only way to find out what’s making your water the wrong color is with a water analysis
- Did you know Culligan offers a Free Water Analysis?
If your laundry is coming out of the washer with stains, it could be your water
- Iron is just one of the possible reasons for your water damaging your clothes
- Don’t ruin your favorite shirt, get your water tested!
Water may smell musty or sometimes described as fishy
- This can be caused by iron and copper in your home’s water
Get your water tested to determine what’s causing your water to smell
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.