The demand for fresh water around the world and in California is increasing daily with drought concerns. One city may have a solution to solve a lot of the fresh water problems. Their method is unconventional and may have you turn up your nose. How would you feel about drinking sewer water that has been… Read more »

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

When picking up salt for your water softener, you may have noticed salt called “iron out.” Your first thought may have been, “Does this literally remove the iron?” It does not remove all of the iron but it does help remove some of the iron compounds. If your water tested high for iron, then you… Read more »

The ALS ice bucket challenge brought awareness of two situations, one being the ALS disease and the second being water scarcity issues. Without a doubt, the mastermind behind the ALS ice bucket challenge didn’t think that using water and and/or ice would create such controversy.  While the campaign was a brilliant idea and has indeed… Read more »

We hope the title of this blog didn’t alarm you too much as there isn’t a lot to worry about with Hague Water but it could happen to you so we wanted to be certain we informed our users. Bacteria could be in your water but not in the manner you are probably thinking. A… Read more »

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 »

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 »

A new study suggests that pumping a large amount of groundwater for irrigation in California’s agriculture belt can increase the risk of small earthquakes. There have been reports of immoderate pumping of groundwater in San Andreas Fault. Findings were released on Wednesday by the journal, Nature. GPS readings discovered areas of the San Joaquin Valley… Read more »

Did you know that many of our beverages have a pH measure in them? It is true! The pH stands for Potential of Hydrogen. pH is the measure of acidity in substances. Apple juice, coffee and milk all have a pH level. In fact, our stomachs even have a pH level, level 2 pH. We… Read more »

A traditional water softener relies on a media called resin which is usually made from a polystyrene material with very unique properties. They come in little beads about the size of the tip of a ballpoint pen but don’t be fooled by their small size. Resin beads are tough! They are a very hard ball… Read more »