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Charleston’s drinking water originates from beautiful lakes, rivers, streams and reservoirs throughout the region. While the sources of your water look pristine, though, it has a long journey before it reaches your tap. With great employees from the area, Culligan of Charleston has the local knowledge of your water backed by Culligan’s more than 80 years of water treatment expertise.  We’re proud to serve, and be a part of, Charleston’s community for now and for years to come.

Charleston Water Quality and Treatment Solutions

Like many cities and towns, Charleston draws its water from several sources to supply the region and nearby communities like Isle of Palms, Dewee Island, Mount Pleasant, Wando, Awendaw, Jamestown, Mcclellenville, Berkeley, Goose Creek, Monks Corner, Bonneau, Pinnopolis, Cross, St. Stephens, Edisto, Ravenel, Hollywood, Younges Island, Greenpond, Meggett, Fairfield, Adams Run, Wadmalaw, Kiawah, Seabrook, Johns Island, Charleston, West Ashley, Folly Beach, North Charleston, Dorchester, Summerville, Ridgeville, Harleyville, St George, Ladson, Walterboro, Cottageville, Roundo, Branchville, Cope, Cordova, Elloree, Four Holes, Holly Hill, Wolfton, Wooodford, Vance, Springfield, Santee, Rowesville, Orangeburg, Neeses, Livington, Eautawville, Bamberg, Denmark, Ehrhardt, Govan, Loar, Barnwell, Blackville, Dunbarton, Elko, Kline, Williston, Myers Mill, Allendale, Appleton, Baldock, Ulmers, Millett, Martin, Brunson, Furman, Garnett, Gifford, Hampton, Luray, Miley, Scotia, Varnville, Alcolu, New Zion, Rimini, David Station, Foreston, Gable, Sardinia, Summerton, and Turbeville.

With surface water sources serving so much of the area, there are several factors that you should be aware of. Surface water, like water that comes from rivers and lakes, can absorb contaminants that can be harmful for consumption. Most of these contaminants contain naturally-occurring biomaterials and minerals. This will cause your water quality to worsen seasonally when warming temperatures contribute to algal blooms or heighten water sensitivity to microorganism growth.

Regardless of the water problems you’re experiencing, Culligan of Charleston has a solution that is customized to your home and the water in it. Learn more, today!

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