Your mother, your doctor, and your personal trainer have all said it: you need to stay hydrated. You've likely heard the common advice to drink six to eight glasses of water each day. As the temperatures rise, staying hydrated becomes even more important.
Does your tap water have a strong odour or a reddish brown tint to it? What about rusty stains on your fixtures? Iron water is a common problem throughout Ontario as is water with a high concentration of sulphur. Though iron water is often reddish in colour, dissolved iron particles may be present in clear water. Many residents and businesses bypass traditional Ontario water systems by installing a water cooler and buying bottled water. Another option is to use the Iron Blaster to trap iron and sulphur.
How are you ensuring safe drinking water when away from home and your preferred water treatment system? When it comes to drinking water, Ontario residents often invest in water systems and coolers to ensure a fresh supply of clean drinking water in the home. However, some fill plastic bottles with filtered drinking water and then reuse those bottles over and over. Unfortunately, this practice could be unsanitary. In addition, there are many concerns about the safety of BPA found in some plastic water bottles. While you could buy a BPA-free plastic water bottle, steel water bottles are a better choice. Below are just a few of the many benefits of stainless steel water bottles.
On average, we should be drinking up to 6 - 8 glasses of water per day to make sure our bodies remain properly hydrated. However, when it comes to choosing the right source of water for yourself and your family, you want to ensure the water source you choose to drink is safe.
BARRIE, December 2013 - Beginning December 2013, Water Depot will begin to offer AIR MILES® reward miles to its customers across the province. Canadian consumers can now earn 1 AIR MILES® reward mile for every $20 spent, excluding taxes and the purchase of water heaters, at any of the 25 Water Depot locations across Ontario.
If your home has hard water, you should consider investing in a water softener. A water softener can remove the calcium and magnesium ions found in hard water that cause negative side-effects. Here's how it works...
A water softener from Water Depot offers tons of advantages. When you have a Water Depot water softener, you'll be receiving all these rewards in your home and gaining the peace of mind that comes with owning a water softener. Water Depot carries an extensive collection of water softeners at competitive prices –and with over 25 dealerships across Ontario, it's easy to find a location near you.
We know your family's safety is important to you. That's why, through ongoing training programs, we are constantly educating ourselves about advances in water treatment. Not only are we experts when it comes to water treatment, but we apply our knowledge to our products by constantly upgrading them. Our goal is to provide our customers with the most effective, most advanced water treatment systems possible.