Studies have shown that nearly 80% of Americans walk dehydrated. Many of us drink too much coffee, soda, or caffeinated energy drinks, and these can cause our bodies to lose water. This is cause for concern because water is necessary for our body to digest and absorb vitamins and nutrients. Furthermore, water detoxifies the liver and kidneys and also removes waste from the body.
There are also several other benefits to keeping your body well hydrated by drinking plenty of water, and a constant dose of 8 glasses per day (or half your body weight in ounces) can increase your mental clarity, improve your energy, maintain your skin. healthy and allow proper digestion. Also, if you’re trying to lose weight, water has been shown to be a natural appetite suppressant, and many doctors note that people often mistake hunger for thirst.
Therefore, we should all strive to increase our fluid intake. Bottled water is a great way to ensure adequate hydration, but over time, this can get expensive. For homes or offices, renting or purchasing your own personal water cooler can be a cheaper way to quench your thirst.
Rent a fridge
In the past, water coolers were wall mounted and provided unfiltered water from a municipal water source. However, modern refrigerators and dispensers now feature purified water that is often delivered to a location on a regular basis and empty bottles are removed. This water is then dispensed through a separate chiller, and rental rates can cost anywhere from $ 5 to $ 20 per month, depending on the amount of water you receive and the type of dispenser you choose.
The obvious benefit of renting a cooler or dispenser is having fresh water delivered to you on a regular basis, and many companies offer chiller maintenance as well. Therefore, if your chiller malfunctions, the company that distributes your water and chiller will likely perform the repairs for you. If you choose this method of purchasing your water and chiller, be sure to ask what is included with the monthly fee, as well as the following questions:
1. What is the charge for the water supply beyond the regular amount?
two. Is damage included and will the cooler be replaced free of charge?
3. Is there a fee associated with canceling the service?
Four. Does the company offer a discount for supplying its own cooler and only receiving the water?
NewAir AI-400SB Ice Maker and Water Dispenser
For those who wish to purchase their own dispenser rather than rent one, there are many options available, ranging from the most basic models that simply dispense room temperature water to models with advanced features like ice machines. Our products were able to test one such model – the New Air AI-400SB water dispenser. This sleek and compact appliance not only had hot and cold water dispensing, but it also had the capacity to produce up to 28 pounds of ice per day. No water lines or drains were needed as this dispenser was compatible with 3 or 5 gallon bottles that could be purchased from a retail store or delivered to a business as noted above.
In addition to its convenient ice-making capability, the AI-400SB icemaker can also dispense hot or room-temperature water, and its hot water safety guard prevents scalding. LED indicator lights made this unit extremely easy to use, and a low-water safety device ensured proper use. Although this unit retailed for a little over $ 300, when comparing rental costs and the different features this unit has to offer, over time our product team was worth the price.