Posted & filed under Water Facts, Water Problems & Solutions, Water Softeners.

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 »

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Hague Quality Water’s newest addition to the company is the new WaterMax comprehensive water treatment system. WaterMax is more than a water softener; it’s a multi-compartment media tank, on-demand regeneration unit that only has one moving part! The WaterMax works to the max! WaterMax is a patented unit that can solve all of your water… Read more »

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Reverse osmosis may appear to be a complicated process but in reality it’s fairly simple. Taking a close look at Hague Water’s H6500 RO, pressure sends a solution through a membrane while allowing the water to pass to the other side. The leftover contaminants are then flushed out of the system. Reverse osmosis is commonly… Read more »

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Are you overwhelmed with the stinky rotten egg smell or the research of whether or not you need a water softener? This check list is for you! We’ve covered all the information to help answer some of your questions. Hague Water is dedicated to providing the community with pure water. Hague water offers a FREE… Read more »

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You’ve got the rotten egg smell under control, now you just need to do something about the iron. Remember the blog post about yellow stains being left in your toilet bowls or bottom of your bathtubs? The culprit is iron… well technically the culprit is Fe2023 but we won’t get technical. When picking up salt for… Read more »

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If you are looking to reduce the symptoms of hard water, look no further than Hague WaterMax. WaterMax can replace what would take four conventional units and save a chunk of money. There are many benefits to choosing the Hague Quality WaterMax water softening unit. To make it easier, we’ve compiled a list of benefits… Read more »

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Have you ever awakened in the middle of the night or early morning and turned on the faucet only to see a little bit of water of coming out? Perhaps, your instincts told you to go outside to check on the water softener pumps and you may have discovered water leaking out the drain line… Read more »

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The U.S. Department of the Interior defines hard water at 1 to 3.5 grains per gallon of calcium and magnesium bicarbonates occurring naturally in the water. About 80 percent of the water in the United States is considered to be hard water. Hard water can be a threat to our appliances such as dishwashers, washing… Read more »

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Water softeners are the most efficient way to remove hardness from water. Water softeners have two components; a brine tank to hold the salt and a resin tank to hold the resin. This can either be two separate units or one unit, such as an all in one softener, which will have the resin tank… Read more »

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California’s Water Softener Battle What is going on with California’s water? It’s created controversy in small towns, city governments, and even in the California legislature. Lobbyists, townspeople and the state’s Governor have all weighed in on this issue. The all-important issue is this; do residents of California have the right to soften their home’s water… Read more »