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Water Filters vs. Water Softeners “Water treatment” refers to any modification made to raw water (water from an original source, such as a lake or river). Although they both fall under the term “water treatment, water filters are mainly used to provide clean, contaminant-free water for...

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...

Are You Getting Enough Water Each Day? Drinking great tasting water makes you want to drink more water and Superior Water whole home or office water filtration systems brings you great tasting water. "We know that we need it, but for one reason or another, we often...

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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...

In 1974, Congress passed a landmark bill that has gone a long way toward protecting the health of U.S. citizens. The Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974 authorized the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to establish and institute limits on the amount of contaminants in...

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...

At Superior Water, we are committed to making sure your water is clean, safe, and fresh. That’s why our WATERBOY filtration systems include three separate stages of filtration (and then a conditioning stage). Our first stage eliminates common contaminants like chlorine, sediments, and organic compounds...