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Types of Water Treatment Systems

March 31, 2017

Water quality is extremely important whether you own a well or are getting your water through a municipal water system. The issue is that there are multiple different types of water treatment systems which you can install in your home. So, how do you know which type is best for your home? This guide should […]

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Common Water Pollutants Found in Household Water

March 24, 2017

Household water can contain many pollutants which, while common, can have adverse affects on your health. As an experienced Maryland water quality services company, we’ve seen it all and want to share with you the common water pollutants found in household water and what you can do about them. Lead in my Water Lead usually […]

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The Most Common Signs of Hard Water

February 17, 2017

If you’re trying to diagnose whether or not you have hard water, there are some quick and simple ways to find out. We’ve heard all kinds of different ways in which you can tell if you have hard water; some are true and some are not. We decided to help put an end to the […]

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The Ground Around my Well is Wet

February 10, 2017

Have you recently noticed the ground around your well is wet? There could be a wide variety of reasons for this to happen, but ultimately it needs to be inspected immediately. If left untreated, it could potentially lead to larger issues with your water supply. Here are some of the possible reasons for why the […]

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What are the Puddles in my Yard From?

January 26, 2017

It’s not uncommon for homeowners to see puddles in their yard. The reason for a puddle in your yard can range from common puddling due to rain all the way to a leaking well line. It ‘s important to know how to diagnose why there is a puddle in your yard so you can quickly […]

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What’s Really in Bottled Water?

January 17, 2017

Ever look at the ingredients list of your bottled water? Not only are there other ingredients typically listed besides water, but there are even different types of water to begin with! It can leave consumers confused at the end of the day as to what is really in the bottled water. So, when you boil […]

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Why Does my Water Taste Like Metal?

December 14, 2016

If you’ve noticed your water tastes like metal, it can probably come as a shock. Don’t be alarmed, there are many things which can cause water to taste like metal and it’s not always the worst case scenario. That said, it’s still important to narrow down what is cause this taste and try to correct […]

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Why Emergency 24 Hour Water Service is So Important

October 18, 2016

Here at R&G Water Systems, we proudly offer 24-hour emergency support of water systems with same day service available to those who need it. We understand the necessity for water and are here to help whenever our customers are experiencing no-water emergencies. This service is essential to our customers’ health and well-being, and there are […]

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What Does a Blue to Green Stain on my Fixtures Mean?

August 10, 2016

In Maryland, especially Carroll County, many homeowners may notice that their bath tubs have a blueish-green stain around the top of the water line. You might also see a greenish stain on the sink drains or on and around the faucets. These stains are hard to clean and require scrubbing and the use of harsh […]

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Troubleshooting “No Water” Emergencies

May 19, 2016

There are situations when access to water is crucial for survival. This is especially true when natural disasters hit large areas. However, “no water” emergencies should not be taken lightly even when everything else is fine and you just don’t have water in your office or home. “No water” emergencies can be caused by many […]

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