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If you could have an expert provide water testing at your home in San Antonio, Texas, at no charge to you, wouldn’t that be a great way to discover the source of any water quality problems you’ve been experiencing?

As a matter of fact, you can receive this valuable service, courtesy of Sweetwater Home Services. We’re a full-service residential water treatment company that’s been providing effective water quality solutions for homeowners in this area since our founding in 1987. We believe that testing your water and reviewing the results with you is the first step toward helping you enjoy the water your family depends on every day for drinking, cooking, bathing, and more. And we’re willing to provide homeowners in San Antonio and surrounding communities with a complimentary in-home water test to get them started on the road to better water.

What Will a Home Water Test Reveal?

Professional home water testing can pinpoint the cause of common complaints about water quality, including:

Water Hardness
Hard water is caused by high mineral content, and it leads to a multitude of problems ranging from chalky spots lingering on dishes to limescale buildup in pipes that could eventually result in costly plumbing repairs. This is one of the most common complaints in San Antonio, where groundwater serves as the source of water that supplies most homes in the region.

Hydrogen Sulfide
The presence of this gas, which can occur naturally or as a result of pollution, can cause a pungent rotten egg smell when you turn on the tap. This phenomenon is often referred to as “sulfur water,” and many people find both the taste and odor disgusting.

Excess Iron
Iron is another naturally occurring mineral that can adversely affect the taste of your tap water, but the most common complaint centers on the rust-colored stains that iron water leaves behind in sinks, toilets, tubs, and showers. Like hard-water deposits, the stains caused by iron water can be difficult to scrub away.

Residual Disinfection Chemicals

Chlorine is the chemical that’s most commonly used in municipal treatment to ensure that tap water is safe for consumption by people and their pets. After the disinfection process is over, there’s no need for your tap water to contain chlorine, but traces of the chemical often linger and cause water to taste and smell bad. This chemical presence can also undermine the taste of coffee, tea, and other beverages prepared with the affected water.

Once we’ve performed a home water test to identify the source of the problems you’re experiencing with your water, the experts at Sweetwater Home Services can recommend and install the best water treatment system to address your needs. We offer some of the most effective and long-lasting water softeners, purifiers, and filtration systems in the industry. And, no matter which of our systems is right for you, you can rest assured that it has been Tested and Certified by the Water Quality Association and comes with a lifetime warranty.

To arrange for complimentary home water testing by a water quality expert from Sweetwater Home Services, contact us today. We proudly serve homeowners in San Antonio and the surrounding area.

  • 1724 Cheddar Loop Road Austin, Texas 78728
  • Phone: 512-837-2488
  • 3300 Nacogdoches Road Suite 200 San Antonio, Texas 78217
  • Phone: 210-650-4000
  • 2709 Mid Valley Drive
    Weslaco, Texas 78599
  • Phone: 956-421-3444


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