Water Filtration

Is the Water in Your Home Safe to Drink?

July 21, 2017

It is possible to walk up to the sink in your home and pour yourself a glass of water right out of the faucet. A lot of homeowners question if the water in their home is safe to drink and ideally we want to tell you yes. However, in order  Read more »

Common Myths about Water Softeners

May 10, 2017

It’s not uncommon for our Hague Water dealers to get questions about sodium consumption from water softeners, the efficiency of water softeners and the expenses of operating water softeners. We uncover three, most popular common myths in our industry. Some people think that you cannot drink water from a water  Read more »

The Science Behind Water Softeners

April 26, 2017

You see a device either inside or outside your home that is called a water softener and you know it softens water. Do you ever wonder how water softeners work? There is a science to it and Hague Water has it down to an art. Let us do the honor  Read more »

Tax Returns and Water Softeners

February 4, 2017

It’s that time of the year… tax season! Tax season tends to make us all a little stressed because there is so much substance to taxes and what can and cannot be deducted. We did some research to see what in our industry may be useful for you and we  Read more »

We Have a Way with Water

December 20, 2016

It’s true, Hague Quality Water has a way with water. After all, water has been our main topic since 1960. The team at Hague Water is committed to finding the best solutions for hard, soft water and unclean water that could be in our homes. In fact, the Hague Water  Read more »

2014 – A Blogging Year in Review

January 15, 2015

2014 flew by before our eyes!  Hague Water had a wonderful year and has many great plans for 2015. We thought it would be fun to do a recap of our favorite blogs for the year with a brief summary on what we shared with you. We thoroughly enjoy educating  Read more »

Zeolite!

April 2, 2014

Remember in our blog post, ‘How Water Softeners Function’, we mentioned the ion exchange process? The ion exchange occurs as the well water flows through the resin beads. The negative charged molecules, calcium and magnesium, are attracted to the positive bond of the resin. The hard ions in the water  Read more »

Water Filtration History!

February 6, 2014

Treating water has been around for a very long time. In fact, water treatment dates back to 2000 BC. We knows this because the ancient Greek and Sanskrit (India) writings indicate that the use of heating water to help clean it. The know how to strain the water to remove  Read more »