You know the Garth Brooks song, “The River” …ever changing as it flows? This is such a great analogy because water is always changing, especially if your water is coming from a well. Environmental conditions constantly change, and those conditions are also changing what is in your water. This shows just how important it is to have water testing completed to ensure it is completely safe for drinking or other uses.
Alamo Water Softeners offers a variety of water testing services in San Antonio, Austin, and Houston. We can test for basic contaminants and measure the pH of your water. Basic water tests can detect certain contaminants such as hardness, iron, manganese, coliform, and E-coli bacteria as well as other volatile organic compounds. We can also send the water testing samples we collect off to our laboratory for a more detailed, easy-to-read analysis. We would love to help you understand what kind of water you are using and tailor a system that is best for your needs to make sure your family is consuming the safest, cleanest water possible.
For more information on our water testing, or if you have any further questions, comments, or concerns about our water testing, get in touch with us. If you’re looking to get your own home, business, or other building’s water checked with our water testing in San Antonio, Austin, and Houston, call us or book your appointment today.
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