Don’t wonder what’s in your water – your Culligan Man™ can tell you!

Getting your water tested by a licensed local water expert is the key to determining if you have a water problem, how to solve your problem and what equipment and service you need to protect your family and home. Delicious, refreshing water is just three easy steps away.

1 Fill out the form below to schedule a Free Water Analysis.

2Your Culligan Man™ will come to your home and provide a conduct an on-site test of your rural or city water, fixtures, plumbing and water-using appliances. They will answer any questions you have about your water and provide a detailed report and equipment estimate. The whole process takes about 30 minutes and will be scheduled at a time that’s convenient for you. Remember that this is a free public service – there is no cost or obligation associated with a Culligan Free Water Test.

3If you decide a Culligan Water Treatment option is best for you, a trained and certified Culligan service professional will install your new unit to your satisfaction.

Don’t wonder what’s in your water – your Culligan Man™ can tell you!


You should test your water if you have water taste or odor issues; notice spots, stains or buildup; or recently moved to a new home. If you have a private well, you should test your water annually, as private wells are not regulated like municipal water. It sounds like a lot, right? If this might include your home, don’t sweat – Here’s what you need to know:

New House?
The quality of your water can vary depending on your water source and other environmental factors. A home water test can help determine what you’re dealing with and how to protect against future problems. If your new home has a water treatment system already, you should still test your water to ensure it’s effective against any current issues.

Private Well?
Private wells are not regulated like municipal water systems, so those with well water are responsible for the safety of their own water supply. Common issues include high levels of minerals like calcium and magnesium, which cause hard water problems such as dry skin, dry hair and buildup on pipes and faucets. Iron and sulfur are common problems, too.

Tate or Odor Issues?
Between coffee at breakfast and pasta for dinner, there are plenty of ways you use water in the kitchen. Water with a foul odor or taste could make your culinary experience anything but enjoyable. For example, iron is known to leave a metallic aftertaste, while chlorine can create an unpleasant bleach smell.

Spots, Stains, or Buildup?
Common indicators of problems with your water also include unsightly stains in your sinks, buildup on your shower heads and spots on your dishes. If left unresolved, water issues can cause long-term damage to your water-using appliances, costing you more money and headaches.

What’s in your water isn’t always transparent. While some contaminants can cause foul odors or smells, others can go completely unnoticed. Luckily, your local Culligan Water® experts know firsthand about common water issues in Topeka and surrounding areas. With a free, in-home water test, they can check levels of water hardness, chlorine, total dissolved solids (TDS), iron and other common issues – with results in 30 minutes or less. Your Culligan Water expert may also send your test to our IL-EPA certified lab, which can test for a broad range of issues including lead, copper, bacteria and other contaminants. Your local Topeka Culligan dealer will make the process seamless, so you’re not left wondering how to test water quality at home on your own.

No need to schedule out the whole day! In just 30 minutes or less, we can test your home’s water and share the results. From there, we’ll help you determine the best plan of action for achieving cleaner, safer water in your home. As our Culligan team are not only experts in water quality, but experts in the area, they are your number one option to help you find the best water solution for your home.