Common Water Problems

Acid Stains

Do you have blue-green stains on your fixtures?

High levels of copper in water are usually found when copper or brass plumbing has begun to corrode. The blue-green stain is actually copper residue. When acid water passes through pipes, it dissolves the copper in the pipe potentially causing pinhole leaks in your plumbing.

Signs of High Copper Water Problems:

  • Metallic tasting water
  • Blue-green stains on your fixtures
  • Color variations in your hair tones – especially blondes
  • Corrosion of aluminum surface.

A Reverse Osmosis System removes particulates smaller than a micron and a Culligan® Neutralizing Filter can help eliminate the copper in your water. Contact your local Culligan Man™ today to find out more information about what Culligan® Water System is right for you.