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    DIY Junior Member bgauweiler's Avatar
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    Default DIY Water Testing

    I recently purchased a new home and believe we have hard water (I've heard hard water is very common in this area). I've had a Culligan representative come to the house and he conducted a "water test" and determined my water was 20 "grains"...

    Can anyone recommend a good DIY water testing kit so I can check the representatives results myself?

    Thanks In advance,

    Bernie

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    Look for an independent water testing lab in your area to do a thorough water analysis. Did your Culligan rep leave you a copy of the water analysis and quote? If not then don't deal with them. When you get a thorough water analysis come back with the results and we can give you a recommendation.
    RJ

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