Bottled Water Coolers for Vacation Homes

Bottled water coolers might be the best way of providing your family and loved ones clean, pure water in your vacation home.

Bottled Water Coolers for Vacation Homes

Bottled Water Coolers for Vacation Homes

If you have such a home, you probably are going there few times a year. Maybe less. Whenever you spend your vacation over there either with friends or with your family, you are going to need fresh drinking water. Sometimes when you are not using the pipes for a long period of time, they tend to rust and what you might get in your glass is muddy, rusty like coloured water. You wouldn’t want to drink that and you will probably not feel safe enough with your faucet filter. The best resolution for you is a water cooler. Not only will you have clean water, but also it will be cold and hot on demand. This works perfectly either for a summer or a winter vacation home. You will need to get the cooler and have a few bottles on stack, or just arrange for a new one upon your arrival. You wouldn’t have to worry about your water anymore. This is also very helpful if you do not have a mainstream water in your house or cabin and are using an outside source. The water from the tank or the spring might be good for taking showers, but not for drinking and cooking – you can never be too cautious with the water you drink.

So, the next time you are headed to your vacation home – remember our advice about the bottled water coolers.

Dan Oakley

Dan Oakley

Dan Oakley is the head of logistics at Drinking Waters and has been with the company almost ten years.

He has a wide experience across many different types of Hydration equipment and is perfectly placed to advise customers on the best solution for them.
 

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