Hague WaterMax and Reverse Osmosis Parts
Need Parts or Service?
We are the authorized dealer for Hague Quality Water Products in North Texas. We service all Hague water purification and filtration products and are your go to source for parts and service. If you need filters for your reverse osmosis system, or need your bi-annual service on the WaterMax, JBC Water Treatment will be there for you.
Have a different brand of water filtration equipment?
We regularly service water softeners and purification systems that we do not carry. If you need service, we'd be happy to help get your equipment back up to smooth operation.
Light Commercial Water Treatment Installation and Service
Restaurants, coffee shops, breweries and even car washes are happy JBC customers. From sales to service we can assist small businesses with their water treatment equipment.
How to by-pass the Hague Watermax System Control Unit - Blue Knob
How to by-pass the Hague Watermax System Control Unit - Black Knob
YES! The test will determine what is in your water that needs to be treated and the quality of the water. JBC Water Treatment Company has the proper equipment to test your water accurately. We can also demonstrate the value of clean, conditioned water and the cost of untreated water.
Never! The whole house sediment filter in the Hague Watermax is built in and self cleaning. Every time the system recharges, dirt and sediment are sent down the drain.
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.
No. No one beats Hague's quality and warranty. Ask your representative for a copy.
Yes! We offer zero percent financing options for those with approved credit. We also offer lease and rental options for people who don't wish to purchase outright.
No. Salt or salt substitute is used to recharge the Watermax. During this process, salt, hardness, iron and other particles are washed down the drain.
Actually there are three types of water. There is Utility Grade water, Working Grade water and Drinking Water. Utility grade water is 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.
Have another question not answered here? We understand that you may have a lot of questions while deciding on which system is best for you. Contact us to discuss your home, water usage, and the quality of water where you live. We can assess your unique living conditions and recommend the best system for you. We promise to never sell you anything you don't need, and only aim to find the right solution for the best quality water possible.