Hard water contains a significant quantity of dissolved minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, Bacteria and Viruses. Most homes in the tri-state area have hard water that are supplied by a private well.
Many will notice hard water by the presence of dry skin and hair, bathtub ring, spots on glass, dull clothing or shortened life of water-sing applications such as dishwasher, washer, or faucets. These problems can be solved with a Hague Water Softener.
You may notice strains in your tubs, toilet, sinks, or discolored laundry. There are also behind the scene issues in clogging of plumbing and hot water systems. These problems can cause huge issues in your home or business and needs addressed. We offer several solutions to this problem that will eliminate staining problems
In its pure state, water is colorless, tasteless and odorless. If this is not the case for you, we can help you figure out why and how to fix it.
Coliform bacteria is the most commonly found bacteria but E.coli may also be present in well water. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there could be as many as 12 million cases of waterborne acute gastrointestinal illness annually in the United States alone.
There are many reasons that your water is cloudy or grayish and is typically caused by dissolved or suspended solids. Scale or scum from calcium or magnesium salts in water. Unclear/turbid water from dirt, clay salts, silt or rust in water. Green stains on sink or faucet caused by high acidity. This can come from land disturbances, weather, urban runoff, and more. There are a few options to treat this type of water.
Chlorine is used in water to kill harmful bacteria, but once it reaches your home is no longer needed. Chlorine in water can cause dry skin and hair, fade water, and harm rubber seals in appliances.