If you drive 40 miles west of Boston you find yourself in the city of Worcester, the second largest city in Massachusetts with a population of 181,045 according to the 2010 US census. The city of Worcester is known as the “Heart of the Commonwealth” due to the fact that the Valentine day cards were invented there. Worcester is also home to a few of Massachusetts most notable colleges such as Assumption College, Clark University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute & Worcester State University. Many people rush to Worcester every year for the education and culture that this wonderful city provides to it’s resident, but is the the water safe to drink? Worcester recently reported in their water quality report that their water sources are lead-free but there has been reports of small amount of copper in the water due to the fact the city’s water running through old pipes. The Worcester Water Operation is responsible for providing high quality drinking water, but cannot control the variety of materials used in plumbing components throughout the city. Here at Culligan Water of Massachusetts, we provide free water testing to the city of Worcester for residents and businesses. We have water treatment solution to ensure your water is filtered for any copper or unwanted contaminates that can enter your water through old pipes. Installing a premium water softener & reverse osmosis system from Culligan will ensure that your water comes out healthy every time. Our water experts will come to your home or business, test your water and provide you with options to solve your hard water issue. Contact us today to find the right water treatment solution for you!