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Buying A Home With Well Water

Buying a Home with Well Water If you are buying a home with well water, then understanding your home’s water quality is critical. In fact, many real estate transactions require a water test as part of the purchasing process. Whether you are considering a move or have already purchased a home with well water, contacting
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The Dangers of Algal Blooms in Drinking Water

The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) released a Recreational Water Contact Health Advisory for Triadelphia Reservoir two months ago due to an increase in blue-green algae growth. Algal blooms in drinking water or recreational water can lead to serious health effects, and you should avoid coming into physical contact with the Triadelphia Reservoir until the
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Ensuring Water Safety When Reopening Your Building After a Prolonged Shutdown

Thousands of businesses across Maryland and the country faced unprecedented shutdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and as various industries reopen or face additional closures, it’s critical to know the safe way to reopen the building. Many modern buildings are not designed to lie vacant for extended periods of disuse, so reopening your building after
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Water Quality: What Not to Do

Water Quality: What Not to Do The ongoing threats to drinking water quality in Maryland have been a concern for many years. With issues such as improper industrial wastewater disposal, sewage leaks, and unfiltered stormwater merging with municipal water sources, many are left wondering what they can do to help keep the state’s water reserves
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Pros & Cons of Tankless Water Heaters

Pros & Cons of Tankless Water Heaters Technology driven appliances are enticing, especially when you are in need of a replacement water heater or are looking to save energy. If you are a homeowner interested in energy efficiency or space saving appliances, then a tankless water heater may be the right choice for you. Consumer
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Expert Plumbing Advice

The team at Porch, a home improvement resource company, recently shared information about common plumbing questions for homeowners.  They asked plumbing companies, including Hague Quality Water of Maryland for expert advice. Check out the full post for answers to these questions and more: Most common acid(products) used by plumbers to unclog drains? What are some tips
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Maryland Receives $20M for Water Improvement Projects from the EPA

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced a $20,170,000 award to the state of Maryland to complete numerous drinking water improvement projects to help Maryland residents. The state is matching the award with $4M in additional funds to provide funding to communities participating in the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program. What is
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Giving Thanks

This year Thanksgiving has a special meaning to the team at Hague Quality Water of Maryland. It has been a year of unexpected changes and much uncertainty. Through all of this, we are incredibly grateful for our loyal customers and our dedicated employees.  Our employees realized the changes brought by COVID19 and rose to the
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Nitrate Pollution Found in Maryland’s Drinking Water

An alarming new study by The Center for Progressive Reform found that more than a third of Wicomico and Worcester counties’ residents may have been or are currently being exposed to hazardous nitrate levels in their drinking water. Beyond that concerning statistic, one in every 25 private drinking wells in the counties was found to
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Poultry Farm Pollution and Its Effects on Drinking Water

Chicken is a relatively inexpensive and nutritious protein that millions of people enjoy in Maryland. Due to the ever-increasing demand for poultry products, more farms are operating across the state, and their impact is increasing, as well. Runoff from poultry farms releases toxins into the soil, reducing water quality and polluting rivers. If you live
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