Free Home & Well Water Testing in Certain Areas of San Antonio & South Texas

Know what’s in your water immediately with fast & accurate results with our free basic water test – see if you qualify!

Free Home & Well Water Testing in Certain Areas of San Antonio & South Texas

Know what’s in your water immediately with fast & accurate results with our free basic water test – see if you qualify!

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Free Water Test San Antonio Texas

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San Antonio Water Solutions was founded in 2014 and has been offering free water test kits and more in the San Antonio area. We’ll give you a free water analysis and figure out the ideal water treatment system for your home or office application. We carry water softeners, filters, and RO systems from Pentair, and have everything from high-quality affordable options to the highest tech items that can connect via wifi. Give us a call for a free consultation today.

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5351 Brewster St San Antonio Texas 78233 Phone Number: (210) 941-3995 Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm About San Antonio Texas: San Antonio is a major city in south-central Texas with a rich colonial heritage. The Alamo, an 18th-century Spanish mission preserved as a museum, marks an infamous 1836 battle for Texan independence from Mexico. Following the San Antonio River, the miles-long River Walk is a landmark pedestrian promenade lined with cafes and shops. HemisFair Park’s 750-ft. Tower of the Americas overlooks the city. Directions: Start at San Antonio International Airport San Antonio, TX 78216, United States Get on I-410 E from E Terminal Dr and I- 410 Access Rd/NE Interstate 410 Loop 4 min (1.4 mi) Continue on I-410 E to I-35 Frontage Rd. Take exit 168 from I-35 N6 min (6.0 mi) Follow I-35 Frontage Rd and Brewster St to your destination 2 min (0.5 mi) End San Antonio Water Solutions 5351 Brewster St, San Antonio, TX 78233, United States

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Counties San Antonio is in/near: Atascos, Bandera, Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe, Kendall, Medina, & Wilson Cities near San Antonio: Boerne, Floresville, Natalia, La Vernia, Fair Oaks Ranch, Castroville, Bulverde, Cibolo, Lytle, Helotes, Schertz, Universal City, Selma, Live Oak, Converse, Leon Valley, Hondo, Spring Branch, Universal City, Devine, Somerset, Bandera, Timberwood Park, Canyon Lake, Pleasanton, Cibolo, New Braunfels, Seguin, ST Hedwig, & Windcrest Zip Codes in/near San Antonio: 78002, 78003, 78004, 78006, 78008, 78009, 78011, 78012, 78013, 78015, 78016, 78023, 78026, 78027, 78039, 78050, 78052, 78055, 78056, 78059, 78063, 78064, 78065, 78066, 78069, 78070, 78073, 78101, 78108, 78109, 78112, 78114, 78121,78123, 78124, 78130, 78132, 78133, 78143, 78147,78148, 78150,78152, 78154, 78155, 78160, 78161, 78163, 78201, 78202, 78203, 78204, 78205, 78207, 78208,78209, 78210, 78211, 78212, 78213, 78214, 78215, 78216, 78217, 78218, 78219, 78220, 78221, 78222, 78223, 78224, 78225, 78226, 78227, 78228, 78229, 78230, 78231, 78232,78233, 78234, 78235, 78236, 78237, 78238, 78239, 78240, 78242, 78243, 78244, 78245, 78247, 78248, 78249, 78250, 78251, 78252, 78253, 78254, 78255, 78256, 78257, 78258, 78259, 78260, 78261, 78263, 78264, 78266, 78623, 78638, 78670, 78850, 78861, 78883, 78885 and 78886 Neighborhoods in/near San Antonio: Downtown, Hidden Cove-Indian Creek, Southtown, Mission Del Lago, Brooks City Base, St. Mary's Strip, Woodlawn Lake, Southeast Side, Tobin Hill, Denver Heights,East Terrell Hills, Cattleman Square, Healy-Murphy, Mahncke Park, The Heights at Stone Oak, Oakwell Farms, North San Antonio Hills and Monte Vista Frequently Asked Water Testing Questions:

How to test water hardness?<.h2>

Test for water hardness by hiring you local water treatment company. They’ll be able to get you a free water test and tell you what level of hardness your water is at and how to best treat it.

How to test for lead in water?

Test for lead in water by hiring you local water treatment company. They’ll be able to give you a free water test and tell you whether ot not your water has lead in it and, if it does, how to treat it.

How to test water?

Test water by hiring a local water treatment company. They’ll be able to give you a full analysis to let you know what’s in your water and how to treat it.

Best water test kit?

The best water test kit is a kit from your local water treatment company. They’ll be able to give you a full lab analysis that will tell you what’s in your water and how to treat it so it’s usable for your home.

How much does water testing cost?

Typically, water testing cost is free through your local water filter & softener installment company. Contact us to schedule your free water test today.

How to test water quality?

To test for water quality you’ll want to hire a local water treatment company to analyze your water quality. Water quality tests used in residential homes generally check for water hardness, dissolved solids, chemicals, liquid gases, bacteria, heavy metals and other contaminants that may be harmful to humans, animals, & home appliances.

San Antonio Water Solutions offers free basic water testing with fast, accurate results in most local areas. Enter your zip code to see if you qualify for free water testing!

We will perform a basic test on your water to determine your Total Dissolved Solids, Hardness, and Chlorine content and present you with a professional analysis of the results. We'll also recommend water treatment solutions to fix the problems you have with your water. There's no obligation to purchase anything and zero pressure. Our goal is to inform you of what's in your water and how to fix it cost-effectively.

Free water testing analysis
Hardness Minerals
What it is - hard water contains calcium and magnesium minerals which bond with everything they touch leaving "limescale" in their wake.

Treatment – Our guaranteed water softener provides the best option for soft water on the market. It improves the water throughout your entire home while protecting your appliances and fixtures.

Iron

What it is - Iron can come in a couple different forms including dissolved and non-dissolved. Both of which can leave red/orange stains on your sinks, tubs, and toilets and can be extremely hard to reduce. Iron can also cause bacteria to grow and let off an unpleasant smell. Click here to learn more.

Chlorine
What it is - Chlorine is a chemical used by municipal & local water treatment plants to reduce harmful bacteria in the water supply. While this sounds good, chlorine and chloramines can cause a bacteria of their own to grow called trihalomethanes (TTHM) which is quite unsafe to drink or bathe in.

Treatment – The most efficient Chlorine reduction filter is Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) or Catalytic Carbon. Due to the high level of chlorine added to water by cities, you will really appreciate your water with chlorine reduction. See our Whole House Filtration page for more information.

Dirt & Sediment
What it is - dirt & sediment is just as it sounds. This is typically most common in well water or surface water that hasn't gone through a treatment facility.

Treatment – Dirt and sediment are found in almost all water supplies and will decrease the efficiency and lifespan of your appliances. For example, sediment in a water heater can prevent the heat from transferring to the water in the tank once sediment has built up in the bottom. Our whole house filtration system can help with this problem.

Smelly Water (Hydrogen Sulfide or Iron Bacteria)

There are typically two water contaminants that can cause your water to smell like sulfur or rotten eggs, one is Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) and the other is iron or sulfates.

 H2S is a mineral that is released from the earth and finds its way into groundwater. It’s especially common in well water located near shale, sandstone, coal, peat, or oil.

 Occasionally, a rotten-egg smell in your water could also be caused by a water heater or by sewage pollution in your water. If you’re on city water, the most likely explanation is your water heater.

 The most important thing to note is that it is ALWAYS worthwhile to get your water tested as H2S poses a serious potential health risk including nausea, vomiting, and other serious health effects.

Learn more, here.

PFAS, Lead, & Cyst

Water in our area has frequently been positive for lead, cysts, and PFOA/PFOS. These chemicals have been found to exceed the levels set forth by health advisory organizations and may cause health problems.

The chemicals Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), also known as C8, and Perfluorooctane Sulfonic acid (PFOS) are bio-permanent, resistant to direct oxidation, and do not break down naturally in the environment or the human body. Studies suggest that exposure to these chemicals may lead to cancer. 

Learn more about our PFAS removal systems, by clicking here.

Chromium 6

A new study by the Environmental Working Group reports that local drinking water contains hexavalent chromium, a toxic metal that has been linked to cancer. While the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency does not require the testing for the metal, the survey found that levels in our local water were pushing the levels proposed as a safety limit by authorities. This contaminant has been proven to cause cancer. You can search your zip code to see the amount in your municipal water supply here: https://www.ewg.org/interactive-maps/2016-chromium6-lower-48.php#.WXYljtPyu-l

Arsenic

Arsenic is a common water issue in Texas, however, it can be easily and affordably reduced with an under-sink filter from San Antonio Water Solutions.

According to the CDC, “Arsenic can enter the water supply from natural deposits in the earth or from industrial and agricultural pollution. It is widely believed that naturally occurring arsenic dissolves out of certain rock formations when ground water levels drop significantly. Some industries in the United States release thousands of pounds of arsenic into the environment every year. Once released, arsenic remains in the environment for a long time. Arsenic is reduced from the air by rain, snow, and gradual settling. Once on the ground or in surface water, arsenic can slowly enter groundwater. High arsenic levels in private wells may come from certain arsenic-containing fertilizers used in the past or industrial waste.” Click here to learn more.

Other Contaminants
What they are - common contaminants in our area can include nitrates, lead, arsenic, pharmaceuticals, and more. These are not included in the free water test, however, we do offer full laboratory testing at an affordable price.

Treatment – Protecting the water in your home is important, however ensuring the purity of the water you are putting in your body is even more crucial. Our Reverse Osmosis drinking water system will give you a peace of mind that your drinking water is healthy, and you are going to fall in love with this drinking water system that can provide up to 50 gallons per day of delicious water.

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Verified Local Texas Reviews

Quinton Walker
Quinton Walker
1708183757
My experience with SAWS has been fantastic. Chris and Andres were super friendly and honest guys.... They did everything they could to get our system put in with our financial concerns in mind.read more
Douglas Ramirez
Douglas Ramirez
1704331373
I just want to say thank you to Johnny Sokkum for the great demonstration and the sale of my... system. I would also like to thank Anthony for stepping up and ironing out all the wrinkles. top notch job and definitely recommend you to a new homeowner. thanks again for giving me and my family top quality water throughout the house. Other water companies come by and see the system and don't even try to sell me a water system in a package deal.read more
Mike and Alec were awesome they had a bunch of knowledge and they worked hard to set up the system... at my residence. Very informative and helpful throughout.read more
ROMAN FUENTES
ROMAN FUENTES
1702747955
Great, fast and easy service!
chris shipp
chris shipp
1702482805
I was it extremely satisfied with the service provided by the company technician (Alec) He provided... thorough instructions on how to maintain my systemread more
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