The Waterboy Blog

Even though the water that comes through your faucets and the pipes to your washing machine are regulated by the EPA, it still contains small amounts of minerals and other particulate matter. In Southern California, especially, the water is known to be extremely hard. While...

If you are looking at water filtration systems, like our WATERBOY Whole House System, you will probably notice that most systems rely on something called “carbon filtering.” At Superior Water, we offer three stages of filtration, and activated carbon represents our third state of filtration....

As a consumer, it can be extremely difficult to determine if Product A is better than Product B, or perhaps Product C is the best of the bunch. This is especially true if you’ve never owned that type of product before. Companies can make all...

This holiday season, if you are trying and failing to come up with a unique and thoughtful gift idea for your spouse, we have a suggestion. If you’ve heard your spouse or kids complaining about the hard water in your home, it might be time...

This may sound a little funny, but it’s true:  water can be confusing. Okay, not water itself.  H2O is pretty easy to understand if you passed high school chemistry, but these days many companies have tried to make water complicated. You might have heard about...

Hard water, as opposed to soft water, is water with a higher-than-normal mineral content. Dry skin is one of the most common effects of hard water on skin. Since hard water makes it more difficult to rinse soaps and shampoos from the skin's surface, the...

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We all know that the water is at a premium now in San Diego County and Orange County.  We need to use every drop wisely and the best way to use the water is to have it filtered for better taste and use on your...

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...