Are there any special requirements to install the POU system at my site?
There are no special requirements. The only thing you need to have is access to the main water supply on any level of your building. Our technicians will be able to hook up our system to the water supply and provide your employees with the purest water available.
There are no upfront costs, down payments or hidden fees. You will be charged a small installation fee with flat monthly payments thereafter.
No. We will set you up on a free recurring inspection/maintenance program when you sign up with us.
Absolutely. We have customers with several systems installed for different areas of their business such as front and back offices, warehouse, etc.
We do all maintenance on the units. If your unit is having an issue, contact us through our website portal or call us and we will immediately send a tech out. Our tech station is located in Warrensville Heights, Ohio. Our system does require regular annual maintenance that will be performed by our technicians.
Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification technology that uses a special membrane to remove bacteria and smaller particles from drinking water using an applied pressure.
Remember, You Are What You Drink. Drinking at least 8 glasses of the purest healthiest water a day will increase your employees productivity and help them to stay healthy, energized and focused on the job.
Our experienced technicians will make a quick assessment of your premises and will install the system in the most convenient and easy to access place for your employees. It usually takes about 1 hour to install one POU system.
Our filtration process adds a nutrient boost to the filtered water to increase hydration by the addition of minerals such as calcium and magnesium.
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Did you know that 30% of municipal water supplies do not meet government standards? Moreover, the primary method to kill bacteria in city water is the addition of chlorine which is carcinogenic. It also contains sediment, particulates and contaminants picked up by aging pipes. In addition, tap water faucets and fountains are contaminated by germs from multiple users. As for the bottled water alternative, it is expensive, bacteria ridden, bad for the environment and the large 5 gallon bottles are a hassle to deal with.