Welcome to Culligan of Charlotte, your water softening & drinking water experts, in and around the Greater Charlotte Area
Culligan of Charlotte proudly offers water treatment solutions for Mooresville, Concord, Midland, Monroe, Waxhaw, Gastonia, Lincolnton, Hickory, Shelby, Locust, Salisbury, Huntersville, Kannapolis, Rock Hill, Fort Mill and all of Charlotte. We have the equipment and experience necessary to serve all of your water needs including water softening, reverse osmosis drinking water, free water analysis, salt delivery and water filtration systems for both residential and commercial properties.
Have questions about your water? We'll be at several home shows this year, so come out and meet your local Culligan Man! For information on all the shows we'll be attending this year, check out our events calendar. We hope to see you there!
Bottled-Quality Water From Your Existing Faucet
Culligan is the first-to-market with the latest technology that allows you to get bottled-quality water right from your existing faucet. No more drilling holes in sinks or counter tops to add an additional faucet. Using wireless technology consumers can now just push a button and the water from your existing faucet changes to the highest quality water available in a residential application. Ask us about the Culligan ClearLink feature that comes with the Culligan AquaCleer Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System!
Free Water Analysis Charlotte
Just because your water is clear does not mean it is as good as it can be. Whether you are just curious or have serious concerns about the quality of your water, give Culligan a call. We offer a FREE in-home water test to let you know what's in your water. We also offer more thorough and detailed water analysis for closing on your mortage.
Simply fill out the form above to be contacted by your Charlotte Culligan Man or just call (704) 980-7582.
Water Treatment Testimonials
“Your staff, John, Fred, and David, are professional, polite, and extremely helpful. These three gentlemen are to be commended.”
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