Yes. And the water treatment industry certainly has its share of scams and uninformed sales people marketing uncertified equipment. The Good Water Company strives to base our efforts on integrity, scientific principles, and responsive customer service after the sale. The ultimate compliment is when we run a laboratory test of a client’s water and then advise the client that no treatment is required.
Hague WaterMax® conditioning systems are made in the U.S., carry multiple patents and are among the most efficient on the market with respect to delivering the highest quality water with minimal brine discharge. Hague systems are easily customized to adapt to a wide variety of water chemistry parameters. The Hague WaterMax® carries one of the best warranties in the industry. WaterMax® systems are certified as both a treatment system (not just one or more components)and for specific contaminant removal, by the WQA under NSF Standard 44.
Yes. And almost all clients find the taste of conditioned water preferable to untreated water. Adding a drinking water system takes taste and purity to the next level.
We are an independent dealer for several lines of equipment. Our system recommendations (if any) are based on the chemistry of the client’s water, the client’s objectives and the client’s budget. Water chemistry is our primary concern. Depending on your water, your system may be as simple as a single unit or may include several stages of pre-treatment. Beware of companies offering a “one size fits all” approach or that base your well system design upon on-site water testing.
Yes… if you fill your bathtub with reverse osmosis water or if you have a whole-house Reverse Osmosis (RO) system. In no way is “filtered” water quality comparable to RO water. Although the FDA identifies eight different types of “bottled” water, most bottled water (including water purchased in bulk at a grocery store or delivered in 5-gallon containers) is processed using reverse osmosis. Clients who bathe in RO water are not doing so by choice, but because their water contaminants dictate that whole-house RO is the only viable treatment alternative.
The simplest solution is a POU (point-of-use) under-counter drinking water system. It comes with a dedicated spigot and requires little maintenance. This system may also be connected to your refrigerator icemaker and refrigerator water dispenser (if present).
Reverse osmosis system are potentially very wasteful, especially the models which use electricity. The non-electric Hague 3,500™ is powered by a permeate pump and operates on water pressure only. It is the most efficient technology available and it is the only RO system on the market which is capable of serving a Sub-Zero&trade refrigerator icemaker.
Yes, but Good Water Company offers a post-RO remineralization filter which raises the pH of the water (and reduces corrosion) and improves the taste of the water. Maintaining a healthful diet is the preferred way to obtain dietary minerals and vitamins as drinking water makes only a minor contribution.
For starters, you probably will not find truly NSF-certified equipment on the internet. If the product description mentions “NSF”, it usually means that one or more components conform to some NSF standard (and there are many); but the unit itself, and its contaminant reduction claims, are not third-party certified. Who will install and maintain this system for you? Where will you get any parts which might be required? Who will stand by the warranty? Who will provide 24-hour service?
Good Water Company technicians install the equipment we sell and Good Water Company provides 24-hour service after the sale!
We Have Ultraviolet Purification Lamps Sized for Drinking Water Systems, Too
We always strive to present you with green water purification options, if appropriate, for your water.
Reverse osmosis is the most effective and economical way to provide your family with high quality, contaminant-free drinking water. Contaminants like arsenic, uranium, nitrates and pharmaceuticals are rinsed to the drain while your filtered water is stored in a 3.2 gallon holding tank, ready to dispense from your dedicated RO spigot (included).
The efficient four-stage purification process includes a sediment filter, a carbon filter to reduce chlorine and any odd taste or odors in the water, a 50-gallon reverse osmosis membrane to remove 93-97% of dissolved minerals, salts and contaminants in the water supply and finally a post-carbon filter to enhance and clarify the drinking water.
Uses no electricity; it operates on your water pressure.
Protected by a 1-year warranty on parts and membrane; 5-year warranty on tank.
“High quality work, personnel, and management. I appreciated the high level of care and concern for my property and health. Tom McNeese, who installed my system, is wonderful and is indeed an artist”.
Lynn Rosen, Eldorado
“We were so pleased with the level of service and attention to detail that we received from Good Water Company”.
Joe and Laura Kiser, Las Campanas
“Dear Good Water:
The installation of our water-softening system was handled very professionally. We were given clear instructions on regular maintenance of the equipment. The quality of the water is very good, so far as we can tell. There are no calcium spots showing up anywhere in the house. The attention we have received from sales staff has been exceptional. We had numerous questions, and the technical staff person (John Albertson) took extra effort to satisfy them.”
Elyn Aviva and Gary White
Guadalupe District, Santa Fe
“I was tired of spotty glasses and hard water spots, so I contacted Good Water Company to evaluate my plumbing system and install a water softener. One would think that I would be an easy sale for them, especially since my mind was made up and I was fed up with spotty glasses! Well Good Water Company wouldn’t sell me one! Their professional staff determined that because of my relatively high water quality, shared well and other circumstances, it wasn’t in my best interest to install a water softener. Can you imagine, they turned away a customer, one that had her money in hand? Their professional standards and company ethics came before an easy sell. I wasn’t a customer this time but I guarantee if my circumstances change, Good Water Company will be the one I call because I know that they can be trusted.”
Annette Hayden, Chimayó