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We build custom system designs to address any water treatment issues you experience.
Reduce your carbon footprint with Eco-friendly technology that use high-efficiency, water saving components and rainwater collection systems.
Obtain cleaner, healthier water with water-related installations and repair services from Water Technology Company.
History of Water Technology
Water Technology Company is an independent, locally owned water treatment service company established in 1987 in Wimberley, Texas.
Trey Austin saw a need for solutions to the hard water that was very common throughout the Texas Hill Country. Water Technology offers a wide variety of products and services for improving the quality of your water, whether the source be from a municipal water supply, private well, or rainwater. Today, this second-generation, family-owned company accommodates to residential and commercial clients
Water Technology Company is certified and licensed through the TCEQ and certified with the ARCSA.
Water Technology Company operates a little differently than other water treatment companies. We do not have sales people and never try to persuade anyone into buying something that is not needed to solve their water problem(s). What we do is educate the consumer on what the problem is and their options for solving the problem. It is, then, left to the customer to decide.
We pride ourselves on staying up to date with technology through research and field testing. In doing so, we can be confident of the products that we offer. We welcome you to stop by our office or call to see if we have the solution to your water problems.
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Solutions for Solving Central Texas Toughest Water Quality Problems