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Water Filtration

Quality water filtration plumbing services in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio’s main water service is Edwards Aquifer.  Most underground water sources will have a high mineral content in solution (dissolved solids). These dissolved solids are picked up as water runs through limestone and ground strata on the way to the aquifer. On the national average 10 grains per gallon is considered extremely hard.  The average for SAWS and Bexar Met water is 22 grains per gallon or 22 g.p.g.

Other minerals, iron, manganese, sulfur and tannins can be in local well water, and these minerals are sized on parts per million or p.p.m.

With these facts in mind,  contact Chambliss Plumbing Company for  an over the phone estimate on a quality water filtration system.  Home visit estimates for $45.00, if you would like for someone from our team to come to your home.  

You can make your life and the lives of those around you happier and healthier with cleaner water. Call us today to arrange an appointment.
Water purificaton concept

Ion exchange water softener

An ion exchange water softener is the most basic type of softener.  One ion of calcium is exchanged for one ion of either sodium or potassium chloride.  This type of water softener has been in use well over 50 years and is very reliable. It is a good investment for a home with under 50 g.p.g.

Dual media carbon filtration

Newer technology enables us to not only soften your water with ion exchange resin, but also remove chlorine and other chemical contaminants with dual media carbon filtration. This will improve the taste and odor of your water, near the level of bottled water, to your entire home.  It is also much better for our hair and skin.

Depending on the size of your home and number of people living there, dual media upgrade is approximately $500.

Green technology softeners

Green technology softeners are typically salt free. We offer this system to our customers who do not want salt or potassium in their water, or are concerned with levels of salt in our streams and rivers. There are some advantages to this type of system.  No electricity, no regeneration, no salt or potassium.  But as with everything, there are still downsides, the largest problem is that they typically do not deal with water spotting as well as ion exchange units do. They are more expensive and a simple water test is not available to guarantee at what level this type of water treatment is performing.
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