The quality of your water supply affects every part of your daily life.

Knowing what is in your water supply isn't vanity, its necessity.

I thought the city takes care of our water,
Don't they have regulation's for this stuff?

The truth of the matter is, yes and no

Yes

our tap water source is considered potable, meaning there typically is no immediate life-threatening bacteria such as e-coli coming into your home.

No

since the chemicals that are added to our water to make it potable, as well as the assortment of agricultural and industrial pollutants that seep in through our city lines, are known to have long-term health effects.

Check your zip code to see the list of contaminants
that were found in your neighborhood

What's In Your Water?

Your Glass of Water Might Look Harmless, But Is It?

When Texans drink a glass of tap water, they're also getting a significant dose of agricultural and industrial contaminants linked to cancer, brain and nervous system damage, developmental defects, fertility and harmone disruption.

81%

Of Water Systems in the USA
Contain Contamnants
Linked To Cancer

77%

Of Americans are drinking water
That Contains
Hexavalent Chromimum

Booking a water test takes less than 30 seconds. The knowledge gained lasts a lifetime.