Depending on where you live, water quality and taste can vary based on where you live, the plumbing within your home, and your personal preference. A person might decide the water in your home is not suitable for drinking so they turn to bottled water. Look at the aisles in a grocery store. There are dedicated sections to bottled water. When you purchase a bottle of water, many people concern themselves with the effects of bottled water has on the environment or the extra cost to the consumer. Read more
Consider using a reverse osmosis drinking water systems in place of bottled water.
We’ve always been told to drink 8 glasses of water a day. Many more Americans are picking up a glass of water instead of carbonated beverages. A 2016 Beverage Marketing study found water consumption grew by 120 percent between 2000 and 2015 while over the same period carbonated drinks fell by 16 percent.
Even with drinking more water, there are many choices in the kind of water you drink like tap, bottled, filtered, or natural spring. A choice many homeowners are choosing today is reverse osmosis water. These systems are highly rated Read more