A record year for water hauling in 2017

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2017 is a record year for Tejas Water Haulers.  We thank all of our repeat customers and new ones alike.  We’ve seen record growth for providing services to festivals, filling swimming pools, and filling highway safety barricades.   Please keep us in mind for your pool fill schedules or potable water delivery needs as the year progresses.

Rainwater Harvesting Tank Water

Ken GrayUncategorized

Tejas Water Haulers is an ambassador for rainwater harvesting.  With the frequent rains this year, people realize the abundance of “free” water available to them if they have a system in place.  Tejas routinely supplements during dry times and  brings in the first loads of water for system testing and tank ballasting.    There are many good rainwater contractors out there, … Read More

Tejas changes focus to swimming pools and larger commercial needs

Ken GrayUncategorized

After 4 years of serving a wide variety of customers, we’ve learned that our company is best suited for larger commercial jobs, such as swimming pools, events, and highway projects.  Although we will continue to support residential customers for cistern refills, we are unfortunately forced to charge more for these smaller jobs.

Water delivery is not a solution to supply problems

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Lantana hauls water throughout the Greater Austin area for pools, households on wells, and businesses.  Lakeway recently mandated that pool fills cannot be supplied from water being drawn from the Highland Lakes system.  We applaud that and are working out an alternate source that is most economical to our customers.   Meanwhile, Austin is devising supply plans for our future, as … Read More

This week’s rains add 3,000 acre feet of water to Lake Travis

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BUT – that’s only about 4 days of supply to our summer demand.  Subsequently, Lantana continues to see high demand in the Greater Austin area and the recent rains only postponed some deliveries for a few days.  Please schedule your water deliveries in advance.  Thank you!   http://www.kvue.com/news/local/Minimal-change-in-lake-levels-following-rainfall-259079611.html