Water Conservation Kits

Free Faucet and Shower Upgrades

The Texas Gas Service Energy Efficiency Program is offering eligible* residential customers a free water saving kit. Take advantage of water, energy and money savings by replacing existing fixtures with two new, easy-to-install stainless steel WaterSense bathroom faucet aerators, a kitchen swivel faucet aerator, and a low-flow showerhead. Upgrade your fixtures today to begin reducing water use and water heating costs in your home.

To receive your free kit, please complete a request form. This offer is limited to one kit per eligible residential customer account per calendar year and will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last. For additional information, please email TGSWaterKits@txgas.com

Savings by the Numbers**

  • Low-flow showerheads can save the average family up to 2,900 gallons of water per year.
  • WaterSense kitchen faucet aerators flow at a rate of no more than two gallons per minute (versus the standard flow of 2.5 gallons per minute) to maximize savings and reduce consumption.
  • By installing a sink aerator in your bathroom, you could save up to 700 gallons of water per year. That is enough water to take 40 showers! 

To keep the savings flowing, Texas Gas Service offers money back through our rebate program when you purchase and install new, qualifying, energy-efficient natural gas appliances. Visit our Energy Efficiency Program page for program information and eligibility requirements.

Take a look inside the kit to see what is included! 


Shower Head Installation Guide - 6 Easy Steps to Install


* To be eligible, customers must use natural gas for water heating and have an active residential account located within the city limits of Alamo, Alton, Austin, Bee Cave, Brownsville, Cedar Park, Combes, Cuero, Donna, Dripping Springs, Edcouch, Edinburg, Elsa, Gonzales, Harlingen, Hidalgo, Kyle,  La Feria, Laguna Vista, La Joya, La Villa, Lakeway, Lockhart, Los Fresnos, Luling, Lyford, McAllen, Mercedes, Mission, Nixon, Palmhurst, Palm Valley, Palmview, Penitas, Pharr, Port Isabel, Primera, Progreso, Rancho Viejo, Raymondville, Rio Hondo, Rollingwood, San Benito, San Juan, Santa Rosa, Shiner, Sunset Valley,  Weslaco, West Lake Hills and Yoakum, Texas.

** Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

To report a natural gas odor or emergency, leave the area immediately and then call 911 and 800-959-5325.