Central Texas Residential Water Kits

Upgrade your fixtures today to reduce water use & water heating costs in your home.

What's in a Water Kit?

Did you know you could save more than 3,400 gallons of water each year in your home? Save water, energy and money by replacing existing fixtures with two complimentary stainless steel faucet aerators offered through our Energy Efficiency Program.

The kit includes:

  • Two stainless steel  WaterSense bathroom faucet attachments
  • A kitchen swivel faucet attachment
  • Low-flow showerhead
  • Plumbing tape for installation

Installs in Minutes!

You can "empower your shower" in minutes. Check out this brief video to learn how quick and easy it is to install the WaterSense showerhead.

Make the switch today and see how the savings start to add up by requesting your free water kit below. 

Request Your Free Water Kit Today!

It only takes a couple minutes to enter your information for your free water kit. Ready to start saving?

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.

This offer is limited to one kit per eligible residential account each calendar year while supplies last. Delivery may take up to six weeks.

Want Proof of Water Savings? Check out these numbers*

2,700 gallons of water per year saved by the average family using low-flow showerheads
700 gallons of water per year you could save with a bathroom sink aerator
1.5 GALLONS PER MINUTE flow with WaterSense kitchen faucet aerators (versus 2.2 GPM standard flow)


* Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency