Why Choose to Test Your Texas Water?

Most homes use supplies of public water. Although Texas water is considered to be safe to drink and use technically, it is not completely free of contaminants and pollutants.


 

Really pure water in your home or business requires a high-quality filtration system. Thankfully, Test My Water is here to test your water and help you find a complete water filtration and treatment system for your home or business, providing the purest, safest water for you. This includes all of your home solutions, including water in which you bathe. There are options and your choice to decide what’s best for your home.

Why Treat Water in Texas?


 

Texas water is treated with chlorine to get rid of bacteria and other contaminants and pollutants. Although chlorine is used only in small quantities, it is a toxic chemical and it is desirable to avoid chlorine intake. Additionally, chlorinated water treatment produces by-products known as trihalomethanes that may have adverse health effects.

Texas water filtering with an entire house filtration system ensures that these potentially hazardous chemicals are removed from the water. Alternatively, in a single tap, an undersink drinking system provides safe treated water. It’s your choice.

Water treatment can also benefit your plumbing pipes and installations, as well as your appliances. Water is considered hard, contaminated with traces of calcium, iron, and magnesium in some areas. These metals can cause corrosion, accumulation of scale, and damage to appliances and surfaces that come into regular contact with water.


 

Water softeners remove these elements from the water supply, giving you water that is softer, purer and safer. Ask us about the most appropriate treatment options for your needs.

Since every home that uses rainwater as its water supply is slightly different, it is best to visit your property by one of our expert water technicians, talk to you and give advice on the best solution for your home and budget.

By | 2019-10-21T08:12:33-06:00 October 21st, 2019|

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