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Hague Products And Why We Choose To Use Them

Here at Certain Services we are committed to providing our customers with superior service. It's one of the reasons we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. That means bringing highly skilled craftsman, working with the best equipment the market has to offer. That's why we use products from Hague Quality Water International. Like us, Hague is a family owned business. The company is approaching its 60th year of successful operations. Hague's patented products and services extend to more than 50 countries around the globe.

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Hague Is A Trusted Supplier

Trust is built over time. Trust is sustained by an established track record of producing the best quality products. What's the best predictor of future performance? You guessed it; "past performance."

In 1960 William R. Hague started with a rough idea, just a sketch of what he thought his company should be. He and his staff of three got down to the hard work of starting a business. Hague would become known for providing high quality products to its customers. As a result, the company blossomed into a top tier, internationally known, water treatment organization. 

Mr. Hague valued quality most of all and kept quality as the main driving force behind Hague Quality Water International. And quality remains paramount to this day. 

Why People Like Hague Products 

  • Simply put Hague products provide value, are very durable, low maintenance, and they produce high quality, clean, clear, delicious water. 
  • Hague delivers solid equipment, parts and service that are priced fairly.
  • Dealers are trained specifically on Hague equipment at Hague University. That means the technician is not trying to figure it out at your home.
  • Hague offers a wide variety of water softening and filtration systems such the WaterMax, Hydroclean, H6500, and H6000 Reverse Osmosis filtration systems:

The WaterMax is Hague's flagship water softening system. It's state-of-the-art and can be customized to solve your specific water quality concerns. It has a built-in dirt and sediment filter to help ensure years of productive service. This system comes with a 25-year limited warranty.  

Hydroclean softening systems are fully suited to any size household with an up to 18 gallon per minute softening capacity. The Hydroclean systems operate using low voltage technology providing economical, great tasting, perfectly softened water.

Hague's H6500 Reverse Osmosis (RO) Filters are just one of many stellar filtration systems. Its designed with a permeate pump that increases filtration speed by a magnitude of five. The H6500 RO filters remove several undesirable elements like lead, arsenic and fluoride to name a few.    

The H6000 reverse osmosis filter offers a completely mechanical process. This 5-stage system is designed to reduce your overall energy consumption. At approximately 15 X 17 inches this unit is space saving and unobtrusive. 

Water Treatment Professionals Choose Hague: 

Why do water treatment professionals use Hague? The simple answer is - see above. But it's more than that. Hague's base of operations including its headquarters and manufacturing facility reside in the United States. This set up significantly reduces logistic problems, increases both quality as well as supply chain reliability. These are huge advantages to industry professionals. 

In case I forgot to mention it; customers like Hague products. 

Certain Services Places Customers First: 

The Certain Services family chooses to use Hague products, because they are some of absolute best systems on the market. Their products help us to fulfill our obligation to the customer. We place your satisfaction first and foremost. If you have problems or just want to explore the many advantages afforded by water softening and filtration systems don't hesitate to reach out. 

We can provide you with expert solutions to resolve any water treatment, plumbing, or well service concerns you might have. Please call us at (941) 214-9849 or visit our website. We'd love to hear from you.  

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