Water Coolers used to be big, ugly, clunking monstrosities that took up a lot of space, and were generally only found in office buildings, but things have changed drastically since then. Modern water coolers are slim, svelte, technologically advanced and can even be embossed with your company logo or colour coordinated to corporate colours.
Water coolers are also seen more in private homes these days, especially where there are children in the home, as they encourage children to drink more water because they love acting adult and getting their and their friends’ drinking water from a “vending machine” except that they do not have to pay for it.
Of course, the fact that the water you drink from a water cooler is also pure and free of all toxins is a boon, and one not to be sneered at, especially seeing that despite government assurances, we cannot be sure that our tap water is free of all toxins as it contains government-added chlorine and fluoride, both of which have been shown to be carcinogenic.
Bottled water coolers are great because they offer pure, chilled water virtually 24/7; some models even offer ambient and hot water options as well. Water coolers are hygienic and are highly beneficial to all.
All that remains is that you decide on the right kind of water cooler; a bottled water cooler or a mains water cooler:
- Bottled Water Coolers are fine for smaller offices and homes where there is not so much traffic and sufficient space to store both full and empty bottles.
- Mains Water Coolers are more suited to larger offices and those who do not want to be bothered with changing water bottles.
Once you have decided on the type of water cooler that will best suit your particular needs, it is time to decide on the model, which could be a free-standing model, a countertop water cooler, an under-counter model, or a water fountain.
The final word of advice is that, no matter which type or model water cooler you decide to purchase, make sure that the water company that you deal with is a member of the British Water Cooler Association (BWA) which ensures that only the highest standards are adhered to.
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