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If you live in the Golden State, then it’s likely you’ve already moderated your water habits and gotten rid of obvious water waste. You cut down those 30-minute showers to 10-minute sprints. Your poor car hasn’t been washed in the driveway all year. You might...

Health and Safety update due to COVID-19 Superior Water is committed to serving your household to the best of our ability – and maintaining the lowest health risk possible while doing so during this difficult time.  We are scheduling installations and providing services when necessary. When...

Some California Cities Still Cannot Drink Water After Fires Need for whole House Water Filtration Systems Since last year when the Camp Fire almost completely destroyed the town of Paradise, the cancer-causing chemical benzene has tainted the town’s water, leaving it undrinkable. Now an independent team of...

California Is Officially Drought-Free California is drought-free for the first time in seven years after a winter of heavy rain and snow, scientists announced Thursday. According to the National Drought Mitigation Center and the U.S. Drought Monitor, at least part of the state experienced a drought for 376 straight weeks. On...

Why Water SOFTENERS aren't Good for Southern Californians There are so many reasons why people love living in Southern California. We have gorgeous weather year-round, beaches, mountains, and plenty of vibrant cities, including Los Angeles and San Diego. Unfortunately, we also have very hard water, which...

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...

In 2016, Californians voted to outlaw free plastic bags at grocery stores, and the Golden State took the lead in plastic grocery bag reduction. Today, if you go grocery shopping empty handed, you’ll either have to carry your groceries out by hand or pay $0.10...