Water Softener & Treatment Tips

Actually, there are three types of water: Utility Grade Water, Working Grade Water and Drinking Water. Utility grade water is water suited for watering your lawn and plants. It usually requires no water treatment. Working Grade Water needs to be higher quality because it runs through your plumbing, fixtures and water-using appliances. To make these essential household systems last longer and save you money, treated water is needed. Drinking Water is a key component of our lives. Since 70% of the human body is water, the water we drink and cook with must be the highest quality.

Yes, the test should include hardness, Chlorine level, total dissolved solids in your water and pH if necessary For well water add: Iron and sulfur. In some cases lab testing may be recommended for ecoli and other contaminates

Outdoor water softener installation is common in temperate climates. WaterMax® is designed with UV-resistant materials to allow outdoor installation.

Your whole house filter has three separate compartments. Chlorine, odors, sediment and hardness are removed. The resins are warrantied to last 25 years for the Water Max. Every time the system regenerates the accumulated dirt, sediments and hardness are washed away.

Because of the Watermax® Systems Control, you do not have to change, alter or modify anything. If no water is used, there will not be a recharge. If you have guests, you may have additional recharges.

Quality. Nobody beats Hague’s quality. Ask Air And Water Center for a copy.

Gone are the objectionable taste and odors that may invade everyday tap water. Enjoy the great natural taste of water. You’ll find food and beverages taste better and look better when prepared with quality drinking water delivered from The Hague 6500 reverse osmosis drinking water system.

Hard water is hard on your plumbing and the damage that results costs you money. Hard water also builds up a layer of scale in your water heater. Did you know that as little as 1/8″ of scale could increase your water heating costs 30%?