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At Hague, we stress the importance of clean water. One of the reasons being because of how directly correlated drinking water is with our health. Considering roughly 65% of our bodies are made up of water it makes sense that water is imperative for our survival. But how exactly does water affect you? What all… Read more »

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Drinking water can come from many different places including wells and city water systems. That water supply also comes from a variety of places like aquifers or lakes and rivers. With that being said, it’s important to know what exactly you’re getting when you turn on your water faucet. With Hague Quality Water you know exactly… Read more »

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At times it may seem difficult to conserve water, but there are plenty of quick and simple tricks to ensure you’re doing your part. By making a conscious effort to lower your water use, you’re not only helping save the environment, but also your wallet. At Hague Water, we pride ourselves on ensuring you have… Read more »

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We get a handful of commonly asked questions and we’re happy to answer them all for you! There is no such thing as a silly question, especially when it has to do with your drinking water. Hague is committed to making sure the water in your home is clean and ready to drink. It’s true,… Read more »

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We know that Hague Water products and services are great but take a look at what some of our customers have said about Hague Water: “I have been drinking bottled water for the past eight years and wouldn’t consider drinking water from a faucet. Now that we have the quality of Hague, I am happy… Read more »

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Most people don’t realize that there are three different types of water: utility grade, working grade and drinking water. It’s helpful to be aware of these different types of water so that we understand how they are used and to better educate us on water usage. Utility grade water is water that is best used… Read more »

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What is the difference between city water and well water? Let’s break it down! City Water- City water is treated in the city and meets (or surpasses) EPA standards. Only 2% of the city water is used for residential usage and the other 98% is allocated for industrial uses and fire fighting within the city…. Read more »

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If the water in your home is giving off a foul smell then we suggest conducting a water test. Hague Quality Water offers a free in-home water test. The drinking water test will help us determine if the water in your home is safe for you to drink. Chances are that if the water in… Read more »

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Have you ever turned on the water and smelled something gross, almost like a rotten egg? That is a sign of sulfur in your water supply. It’s not pleasant smelling but it’s not harmful to our health either. The sign of high amounts of sulfur in the water supply is a result of the nasty… Read more »