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Friday, April 24, 2009

Do you spend hundreds of dollars per year on bottled water? Drinking bottled water is not a bad idea, but the cost for buying plastic bottles full of water can add up quickly. Instead of buying disposable bottles of water, consider purchasing a bottleless water cooler for your drinking water.

A bottleless water cooler is available in either a countertop or freestanding model. Some are also available to be hung on the wall. Most include at least one way to filter the water, including ultrafiltration or reverse osmosis. You’ll be able to get water that is both cold and clean by using a bottleless water cooler.

When most people think of a water cooler, they think of the office unit with heavy 5-gallon bottles of water. This alternative frees you from having to constantly lift those heavy bottles of water onto the cooler. By filtering your tap water, you save the expense of buying bottled water, either in small plastic bottles or in the large bottles available from a vendor.

A bottleless water cooler is very easy to install in your home. Just connect the cooler to your cold water line, and you’ll have a continuous supply of water. Then run electricity to the unit for a supply of fresh cold water 24-7. You’ll never need to buy bottled water again after you install a bottleless water cooler.

A bottleless water cooler can be installed anywhere that you have a cold water line. Although you often see them in businesses, they are also ideal for home use if you drink most of your water from bottles or wish to drink filtered water but have been avoiding it because of the constant expense of bottled water. Plus, having a bottleless water cooler to make water available 24-7 should make your family’s water consumption increase. Because most people do not get enough water everyday, this will provide an added benefit.

Choose a bottleless water cooler based on its size and design. Make sure that it can handle the amount of water that your family will use, and that it fits well into your kitchen. Their small dimensions will blend seamlessly into your kitchen; they won’t take up the amount of space that you would expect a bottled water cooler to take up.

Also investigate the type of filtering mechanism inside the water cooler. Choose one with a top-of-the-line filter to provide you the freshest, cleanest water possible.


by: Chris Tracey


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