Water Filtration & Softening

Austin Water Filtration & Softening

Providing Clean Water in Austin, TX & Surrounding Areas

Austin’s well system is notorious for its hard water and high mineral content. Aside from affecting the taste and general quality of the water, the minerals can also build-up in your plumbing, appliances, and on your clean dishes.

Luckily, if you’re looking for cleaner water, you’ve come to the right place. Our service technicians are experts in installing the best filtration systems and water softeners, without harming the environment.

Need a water filtration system? We can install it in no time.

What’s In Your Water?

If you live in or near Austin, you likely access Austin’s city-wide water supply.

While the water is completely safe to drink, it does contain minerals from Lake Travis and the Lower Colorado River. You can see a full rundown of the water in Austin’s water quality reports, which track the levels of various contaminants and measure the overall cleanliness of the water in our taps.

Most notably, these reports measure the substances present in water, potential risks and benefits, and likely sources. For example:

  • Barium; can negatively affect the nervous and circulatory systems in large quantities; natural geology from water source
  • Copper; too much causes gastrointestinal distress and kidney disease; household plumbing or old pipes
  • Fluoride; prevents tooth decay and cavities at the recommended level; natural geology or added as a supplement
  • Nitrate; puts people at risk of nitrate-induced cardiovascular and lung disease; runoff from fertilizer, septic systems, or industrial waste
  • Cyanide; poisonous chemical that can be fatal in large doses; discharge from manufacturing and natural decay
  • Beta/photon emitters; certain emitters can harm internal organs at high levels; naturally occurring or man-made
  • Turbidity; the measure of overall clarity/cloudiness in water; any contamination

The CDC, EPA, and FDA collaborate to carefully monitor water quality and have defined limits of what’s safe to consume.

Basically, the minerals in your water won’t make you sick, but they may build up in appliances, like dishwashers and coffee makers, and in the overall plumbing infrastructure.

If enough minerals build up in your home or business’ plumbing, it can:

  • Result in inconsistent or low water pressure
  • Damage pipes and appliances
  • Clog in sinks, drains, and faucets
  • Leave a film on dishes and skin after washing
  • Reduce the lifespan of water heaters, ice makers, washers, and more

High-Quality Water Filters

Most homes and businesses only filter their drinking water once it’s out of the tap, but a single filter in a water pitcher can only do so much. In addition to causing more waste, these filters rarely get changed as often as needed. If you do remember to swap the filter as advertised, you’re slowly building up more cost every few months without the benefits of a full filtration system.

In addition to not needing salt-bags or even electricity, our eco-friendly EnviroSoft water filtration systems:

  • Provide water with no mineral taste
  • Remove minerals that damage plumbing
  • Filter water to remove residue on skin and dishes

Our goal is to provide clean, good-tasting water without needing maintenance or more thought than simply turning on your faucet. We also offer seasonal specials and interest-free financing, so every home can have the clean water it deserves.

Get in touch with one of our service technicians today for more information or to schedule your water filter installation.

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