The Waterboy Blog

You turn on the faucet at your home and fill a glass with water. You may notice that the water isn’t completely clear. It may contain a tinge of color, and if you sniff, it has a faint odor. When you hold the glass up...

Why Your Well Water Needs to Be Filtered 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...

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...

HOW DOES CARBON CLEAN WATER? 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...

There are many possible contaminants that may be in untreated water. These include microorganisms such as viruses, protozoa, and bacteria; inorganic contaminants such as salts and metals; organic chemical contaminants from industrial processes and petroleum use; pesticides and herbicides; and radioactive contaminants. Water quality also...

How to Conserve Water at Home There are 167 plastic water bottles used annually and only 38 of those get recycled. Oil is used to make these water bottles, but can instead be used to fuel 1.3 million cars as well as 190,000 homes each year!...

Hydration is Important - Top 3 Issues from Not Drinking Water Superior Water offers the highest quality whole home water filtration for your home and business.  Bringing you great tasting waster that help you with your over all health.  There are many health issues that can...

Chemical Pollution is a Nationwide Problem Within the United States Throughout history in America we have allowed certain products and chemicals to be on the market without doing any prior research to determine the possible effects that they could have on the environment and the public's...

What Might be Lurking in Your Water? You may find there might be microscopic invaders such as bacteria and parasites lurking in your water supply.  Educating yourself on some of the most prevalent dangers could be important to your health. LEGIONELLA Legionella bacteria is responsible for...