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Dry skin is a very common complaint in winter. Many who suffer from dry skin patches or painful cracking skin are at a higher risk during winter. There are many reasons why people experience dry skin in the colder months, including lower humidity levels and more exposure to heated indoor air.  As a Cleveland Clinic… Read more »

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Have you been considering purchasing a home water softener? If you have kids going back to school, now just might be a great time to invest in a water softener to help save you money. The WaterMax Signature Series complete water treatment system could be the solution for you. The Signature Series is known as… Read more »

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Like many of the other home appliances you depend on everyday, water softeners require consistent maintenance to ensure proper performance. Upon installation, your local authorized dealer will configure your water softener or WaterMax conditioner to be set on a regeneration cycle that meets the needs of your household. Correct set up is the first step… Read more »

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It is easy to decide that you want to enjoy the benefits of softened water in your home. What may be a little more difficult is deciding what the best water softener system will be to meet your needs. This blog post will take a look at some of the most important considerations for water… Read more »

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Our customers report noticing a big difference in their water, once they start using their Hague water softeners. One thing they mention frequently is how smoothly softened water glides across the skin. Since softened water is free of the dissolved minerals contained in hard water, it is noticeably less abrasive. Many people will call soft… Read more »

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What is water softener resin, and why is it important to your water softener? If you have been researching water softeners, you may have heard about something called resin. Resin is the material used in water softeners to facilitate the process of ion exchange that collects the hard water minerals from your water. The proper… Read more »

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Leaf litter is the term used to describe the combination of leaves, twigs, and bark that accumulates on the ground in yards and wooded areas. As Autumn settles in, plants, shrubs, and trees begin to shed leaves, substantially increasing volume of this organic matter. The accumulation of leaf litter can have a significant impact on… Read more »

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Considering the purchase of a water softener? A quality water softener is an excellent home investment that will provide a host of advantages ranging from better tasting drinking water to longer service life in water using appliances. Before purchasing, you will need to determine what size water softener you need. This requires determining your household’s… Read more »

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Why is salt used in water softeners? Good question! Water softeners have a separate brine tank where salt is stored. During the brine cycle, water comes in contact with the salt which results in a brine solution. That solution is transported from the brine tank into the media tank (the other tank) and releases calcium… Read more »