The Waterboy Blog

CALCIUM & MAGNESIUM IN YOUR WATER The minerals found in river water (a big source for drinking water) are the same as those found in the continental bedrock through which they flow. Much of this bedrock is formed from the fossils of ancient sea creatures; these...

Removing Water Contaminants At Three Water Plants In San Diego There are three water plants in San Diego that treat water before it is safe for the general public to drink it.  They are located in Miramar, Alvarado and Otay. Their job is to remove different...

So, you’ve decided to invest in a whole house water filtration system so that you and your family can enjoy clean, fresh, and tasty water. We might be just a touch bias, but we think you made a good call. When you start looking at...

Corrosion is a complex series of reactions between the water and metal surfaces and materials in which the water is stored or transported. The corrosion process is an oxidation/reduction reaction that returns refined or processed metal to its more stable ore state. This process will...

All any parent wants is to keep their children healthy, good health is crucial to their growth and development. That’s why we as parents are obligated to provide a safe and secure environment for our precious little ones, nourish them with healthy meals, and protect...

Staying Hydrated 10 Simple Ways We all love a water break during sweaty workouts, but to maintain a healthy lifestyle it is important we focus on staying hydrated all day long.  A glass of water is the best known way to stay hydrated, although there are many...

10 Reasons to Drink More Water Water is a great way to stay healthy and if you do not like the taste of your water then give Superior Water a call to get the whole home water filtration systems, offered to San Diego and Orange Counties. Top...

There are many ways for you to teach your kids how to save water.  Teaching them to turn off the water while brushing their teeth and shortening their shower times are good examples of conserving water. “You use water every day at home. Brushing your teeth,...

Water infrequently, deeply, and thoroughly. Most lawns need about 3/4 to 1 inch of water once per week — or once every two weeks when the weather cools. Infrequent but deep watering will encourage deep rooting, making for healthier and hardier plants with a greater...