Alternatives to Spring Water
If you’re not too pleased with your local water supply, you might be tempted to buy spring water. Before you make the decision, read what we have to say. Spring water can be an expensive option, and there are ways to drink tasty water without spending unnecessary money.
Is There More Than Just Taste Involved?
For some people, spring water has nothing to do with taste and everything to do with health. If you’re concerned about your local water supply, check the most recent report to determine if your water supply has any issues that might concern you. The public water supply is heavily monitored and, in most cases, entirely safe. Check that first before making a decision to have spring water delivered to your home.
Why Pay for Delivery?
Buying spring water at the grocery store is usually cheaper than getting spring water delivered to your home. Compare prices and brands at several area supermarkets. The spring water sold at supermarkets in smaller bottles might be identical to the spring water you can get delivered to your home. You’re basically paying for the convenience of having it delivered.
Just Filter It
If you really want to save money, consider options other than bottled water. You might consider getting a water purification system that you can attach right to your water faucet. Another option is to purchase a water pitcher that comes equipped with a filter. You’ll simply have to fill up the pitcher with water, put it in the refrigerator, and wait for the water to filter through.
With all of the options out there, expensive bottled spring water isn’t always best. Consider every water option available and make the choice that’s best for you and your family.