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Never be concerned if your water filter will get rid of the upcoming exotic compound found in your water source. Other manufacturers remove only certain contaminants, which makes you vulnerable. San Antonio water can be full of excess calcium from limestone. Our water filtration systems clean San Antonio water so you can enjoy safe drinking water.
Our multi-phase water filters combine carbon adsorption and reverse osmosis that will address the chemicals and heavy metals that pollute your water.
We’ve been selling NSF approved water filter systems since 2005, and have evaluated dozens of approaches to producing pure, healthy, drinking water. Our study reveals a very considerable issue: every additional water filter on the market leaves you defenseless to one type of contamination or some other.
Only the proper combination of technology can improve purity. Some San Antonio water filtration systems claim to filter out harmful chemicals but end up falling short. That is where The Water Doctor is here to get you the right water filtration system in San Antonio.
Be sure which ever water filtration system you choose is capable of addressing your water concerns.
Gadget filters that attach to a faucet or match in a pitcher normally use granular activated carbon or a little carbon block. These products are intended to enhance flavor, aroma, and visual appeal. If you read this fine print you will find their ability to reduce contaminant levels is minimal.
Assess and the difference will be crystal clear–no other water filter or purifier could match our level of contaminant removal. Our water filtration system has been recognized to be a thorough and effective.
The Water Doctor’s water purification system cleans your San Antonio home’s water. Your family deserves drinking water that meets the standards for purity.
Good hydration is essential to good health, and water is the major medium through which our bodies remove toxins.
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Many customers do not know they need a permit and inspection when they are installing a water treatment system
The Water Doctor will always attain permits and inspections when required to do so
Questions & Answers
Make sure your contractor or installer has applied for the correct permit. This protects you, the consumer. There are two types of permits that can be applied for. The types of permits are a Plumbing Permit Application and a Plumbing Limited Service and Repair.
A Plumbing Permit Application– If your home is non pre-plumbed (there is no existing connection for a softener or a loop) and you are inside the city limits of San Antonio, you need a plumbing permit Application. This type of permit is always required by The City of San Antonio when the conditions above are present and it requires an inspection. A Plumbing Permit Application is also required when a home is pre-plumbed (prepared for a softener or has a loop in the garage) and you are installing a water softener for the very first time.
If a previous installation is brought up to code, a Plumbing Permit Application is required because new changes to the existing plumbing are being made.
A Plumbing Limited Service and Repair – If your are replacing a water softener and all existing plumbing is up to code. This permit does not require an inspection.
The ONLY time an inspection is NOT required is when a water softener is being replaced. Because all the connections would have been previously made and inspected from a previous installation, no inspections is needed.
Visit the City of San Antonio and research a contractor or company’s permit history. It is very important to select a company or contractor that is attaining the proper permits from The City of San Antonio. Permit Inspection and Review tab and select contractor. Type in the company’s name.
When in doubt, please call the City of San Antonio at 210-207-1111 and select development Services option. Ask them to research the company in question.
The correct permit will always protect the consumer. The City of San Antonio works hard to protect you by inspecting a company or contractor’s work.
If a loop is being added or your home is non pre-plumbed, The City will inspect the installation to make sure all the plumbing regulations are being followed. This protects you from foundation problems, water contamination, leaks, freezing pipes, broken pipes etc. A cheap job can cost you thousands. On the other hand, just because you are being charged a high price doesn’t necessarily mean the job will be performed by a company with all the regulations required.
Some company’s will apply for the wrong type of permit to avoid an inspection from the city.
Example: The home is Non Pre-Plumbed and the contractor attains a Plumbing Limited Service and Repair permit. In this case, an inspection will be avoided by the Company or contractor you purchased from. Remember, A plumbing Limited Service and Repair does not require an inspection because this type of permit is for replacement of a water softener only and where all pluming is up to code. Being informed, is your best tool for a professional installation.
Do not let anyone cut corners on your project. Most important, make sure you invest your hard earned money in the right company. Staying informed is your best armor when it comes to a professional installation.