About the Water Quality in Bastrop, Texas
The citizens of Bastrop, Texas, receive their water mostly from the Colorado Alluvial Aquifer. The drinking water that is consumed every day comes from natural water bodies such as rivers, reservoirs, and springs. When the water travels across land or under ground, it will pick up natural minerals and other contaminants. These substances can come from both animals, natural processes, and human activities. Before treatment, water that is found in these naturally occurring bodies cannot be consumed by humans.
At Tetra Water we focus on education so that you can make the best decision for your household. We start with an in home consultation with a water specialist. You will gain insight into hardness levels, contaminates, and the effects water can have on your home, health, and finance. We also review water quality report for your city and what you should be on the look out for. Schedule a water demonstration by clicking below.