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Tag: denver water

Is Denver’s Water Hard or Soft?

Sep 11 2017

You might be wondering why your soap doesn’t have as many bubbles as it usually does or why your hair appears to be dingy and limp. Maybe you’re dealing with build-up in your pipes or multiple hard water stains throughout your kitchen and bathroom. What’s to blame for all these messes? Hard water. While there’s…

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Tips for Dealing with Dry Winter Skin

Jan 06 2017

It’s officially winter, which means it’s freezing cold outside and you are combating it by blasting the heat or huddling around the fireplace. Trying to stay warm during the winter is hard enough; we don’t need the additional stresses like cracked skin or winter-induced asthma to the mix. By taking a few preventative steps, you…

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Hard Water Test At Home

Mar 01 2016

It is very easy to find out if you have hard or soft water in your home, all you need is a water bottle and some dish soap. If you wish to test for the level of hardness and treatment options, Superior Water & Air offers free water evaluations. Step 1: Find a plastic bottle…

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How Often Should I Replace My Water Filter?

After taking your first sip of purified water right out of the tap you are overcome with joy and simplicity. A great quality water purification system installed by Superior can do that for your home but it does require some maintenance on your end. Safe, clean, and better-tasting water is the result of the filtration…

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What’s Hiding In Your Tap?

We drink, cook, clean, and bathe with it but how much do we really know about the water coming out of our faucets? Depending on geographical location you could be absorbing bacteria daily just by drinking and using tap water. Water is our most essential nutrient. People can survive days, weeks, or even months without…

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Where Does Denver’s Water Come From?

Apr 13 2015

Did you know that the Institute of Medicine recommends that men drink about 13 cups and women drink about 9 cups of beverages per day? Although they say “beverages”, the majority of the fluids that you should intake is water.  This is A LOT of water to consume so it is normal to be curious about where exactly the water in your home came from.

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