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POE vs. POU Water Filtration Differences There are some very distinct differences between point-of-use (POU) and point-of-entry (POE) water treatment products. When looking to treat your own water at home, understanding the differences between point-of-use (POU) or point-of-entry (POE) systems can help you find the most...

What Are the Health Benefits of Filtered Water We all know that water is good for us.  But only ‘good’ water is good for us.  Consuming an adequate amount good, clean, filtered water each day is an essential component in the optimal functioning of your entire...

Environmental Impact Made by Water Bottles Do you buy bottled water because you want what’s best for your family? By making that choice you are able to understand that the tap water in your house contains chlorine and other potentially harmful toxins.  Have you ever thought...

How to Choose a Water Filtration System 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...

Should I Buy a Waterboy If I'm Moving Soon? Purchasing a whole house water purification system, like a Waterboy, is an investment in your health and in the quality of the water that is a part of almost every aspect of your life. It cleans the...

5 Reasons Why You Should Be Drinking Warm Water Most people appreciate drinking cool water, especially on a hot day, but there are certain times when drinking very warm water is preferable. In fact, research suggests that drinking very warm water in the morning can give...

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...