There is a growing concern about the quality of water that is being provided to our households and it is a conversation that needs to be addressed. Although water supplied to many areas have met national and state standards, it is still possible for traces of other contaminants to pass through public water treatment systems and end up flowing into our homes. Young children, elderly, and compromised health individuals can find themselves most vulnerable to these invisible culprits. Without proper filtration systems put in place you may be exposing yourself and your loved ones to unnoticed contaminants, passed through from treatment plants. Water Filtration Systems can greatly improve the quality of your water so you and your loved ones can focus on the finer things in life.
About the Water Quality in Schertz, Texas
Drinking water in Schertz is generally obtained from two main sources. These include the Schertz Seguin Well Field water and water from The Naco Wells. Previous assessments and data have shown that water in the Schertz area is susceptible to certain contaminants. When water travels over different surfaces, they may dissolve minerals and pick up substances along the way, leading to a small amount of contaminants in the water. Contaminants may include pesticides, herbicides, storm water runoff and other inorganic elements.
Contaminants may also occur as a result of farming, mining and gas production. Although many contaminants do not pose a serious health risk, they may result in an odor in your water, affecting its taste, smell, and appearance. The most recent report in 2019 on Schertz’s water quality shows that drinking water in Schertz has exceeded all national and state requirements.
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.