Importance of Home Water Coolers

We all remember our mom yelling from the Home Water Coolers at us for not drinking enough water and too much soda, or staying in the sun all day without a drop of water entering our system or even drinking dirty hose water. Well, even if mom is not yelling at us about it anymore, the same sentiment still holds true, we need to drink a minimum of 3 liters of water a day! Now if you eat a healthy balanced diet, about 20 percent of your daily water could come from your food consumption, but why risk it? We all need to drink more water!

There are many affordable filtered water resources other than bottled water, including coolers. This at home resource is not only environmentally friendly, but is also a safer alternative to regular tap water. Would you drink pool water? Of course not! There is chlorine in pools! However, there is also chlorine in your tap water! It serves its purpose, killing bacteria that could prevent serious illness, but at what cost? You might be “mom” now, hollering at your children to drink more water. The children’s health is your only concern. Think of the relief you would feel if you knew your children were drinking clean, crisp water from cooler. You could send them back out to play, hydrated and healthy!

We have many affordable and healthy options here at Home Water Coolers for you and your family to choose from, and remember, it matters how much water you drink, and where it comes from!  Stay hydrated and healthy!

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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