Staying hydrated is never more important than during the season of summer, with its increased temperatures and our extra outdoor activities. Getting enough water every day is essential for:

  • Regulating body temperature
  • Keeping joints lubricated
  • Properly nourishing cells
  • Preventing infection
  • Promoting organ health
  • Improving sleep quality
  • Enhancing cognition and mood
  • Getting rid of waste

According to the experts, men should have about 3.7 liters or 125 ounces of water per day. The optimal amount of water for women to consume each day is 2.7 liters or 92 ounces. While consuming the amount of water our bodies need each day is important, many of us just don’t seem to accomplish this goal.


People don’t get their recommended daily water intake for a variety of reasons. Some simply don’t think about getting a glass of water, while others prefer soft drinks. One of the most common objections people have is that they simply do not like the taste of their tap water. Many who rely on expensive and waste-generating bottled water may be reluctant to go through 6 to 8 bottles per day. If you are among the many who avoid drinking enough water due to the expense and inconvenience of bottled water, imagine having an unlimited supply of clean, fresh tasting drinking water that comes straight from your tap.


Reverse Osmosis is considered the answer for a wide range of contaminant removal. It can handle dissolved solids and many man-made chemicals, like fluoride. Many models are also certified for natural contaminants – such as arsenic – that comes from groundwater. Reverse Osmosis water treatment forces water through a semipermeable membrane which effectively captures and contains contaminants. The membrane is made of a material that only allows water to pass through while blocking everything else, which makes it a great way to purify water inside your home. Hague Reverse Osmosis Systems have carefully engineered membranes that stand up to daily use. They filter even the smallest particles and include additional steps to ensure the water it provides is both cleaner and healthier.