Water Softener Santa Fe TX

Water of Texas: Your Partner for Advanced Water Solutions in Santa Fe, TX

At Water of Texas, we are committed to providing superior water solutions in Santa Fe, TX. Our comprehensive services include innovative water softener systems, advanced water treatment options, cutting-edge reverse osmosis technology, effective water filtration solutions, and customized commercial water treatment services. With a steadfast dedication to excellence, we are the foremost provider of top-quality water treatment services.
Your Partner for Advanced Water Solutions
Water Softener Systems

Water Softener Systems: Transforming Water Quality

Our water softener systems combat the challenges of hard water, ensuring a continuous supply of luxuriously soft water, free from mineral deposits, for everyday use. Experience the transformation of your water quality with our exceptional water softeners.
Advanced Water Treatment

Advanced Water Treatment and Filtration: Elevating Purity and Safety

Enjoy enhanced water quality with our state-of-the-art water treatment and filtration solutions. Our comprehensive systems are engineered to elevate the purity and safety of your water supply, ensuring that every drop meets the highest standards of quality and cleanliness.
Reverse Osmosis

Reverse Osmosis: Purity Redefined

Immerse yourself in a world of pristine water quality with our advanced reverse osmosis systems. Through cutting-edge purification processes, we deliver water of unparalleled purity, free from contaminants and impurities, to safeguard your well-being and peace of mind.
Customized Excellence

Tailored Commercial Water Treatment Solutions: Customized Excellence

For businesses and commercial entities, we offer tailored water treatment solutions that cater to the needs of commercial operations. Our expertise in commercial water treatment ensures that your business benefits from water quality solutions customized to your unique requirements.

Water of Texas is dedicated to redefining water quality standards in Santa Fe, TX, and beyond. With our comprehensive suite of services, we strive to set new benchmarks for water quality excellence, ensuring that every drop of water meets the highest purity and safety standards.

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Lead is odorless and colorless, making it hard to spot. It can also make our water taste sweet. Long-term exposure leads to different health problems. Lead enters our systems through old pipes and infrastructure. If your home was built before 1986, schedule a water test today.
Fluoride naturally occurs in surface and groundwater systems, but is also added to many drinking water systems. While fluoride is often advertised for reducing dental issues, it can damage your teeth and bones through long-term exposure and ingestion. This contaminant is tasteless and odorless, however, it’s easily detectable in a water test.
The levels at which these minerals are present determines the hardness of your water. It can leave mineral deposits on your glassware, dry out your skin, and give a sour smell to your clothing from the buildup of soap curds.
Nitrates may be naturally occurring ions, but they’re a health concern when it goes beyond a certain concentration. Nitrates are common in our groundwater, as it enters our water sources from fertilizers, manure storage, and septic systems. This contaminant is nearly impossible to identify without a water test, as it is odorless, tasteless, and colorless.
Exposure to mercury in water can be damaging to our brain, nervous system, and kidneys. It can enter our home after flowing into underground water supplies. Mercury is odorless and hard to detect with the naked eye, however, a water test will help you evaluate if the contaminant is present.
Bacteria can enter our drinking water through a faulty septic tank or wastewater treatment system. Common bacterial strains include E.Coli and Salmonella. Bacteria in water can make you sick, causing symptoms such as cramps, nausea, and fever.
Copper arrives from our plumbing pipes. Our bodies have natural defense mechanisms for maintaining healthy levels of copper, but this doesn’t develop until after we are one year old. Therefore, copper poses a concern for newborn babies, infants, and those with a genetic copper metabolism disorder. This contaminant appears tasteless and odorless, so make sure to schedule home water testing today!
Arsenic is one of the more dangerous contaminants, as it is odorless and tasteless. This contaminant becomes toxic after continuous exposure. Long-term exposure has been linked to various health and skin conditions. Arsenic is common in homes that use a private well or are close to an industrial or agricultural area.