|Water somewhere in your location (i.e. sink, ice maker, drinking fountain, toilet, etc.)|
|1 – 2 cups of coffee or beverage of choice.|
|A chair to sit in and observe (if you are not otherwise occupied).|
How much does it cost?
Installing a bottleless water dispenser and purification system isn’t cheap…for us. It can include hundreds of dollars in labor and supplies. But, the most difficult part is that we won’t know what it will cost us until we’re done. Fortunately for you, every H2O membership includes the installation at no cost to you.
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|Appliance Delivery||$90 – $130|
|Installation Labor||$240 – $640|
|Plumbing Fittings||$20 – $150|
|Water Line & Other Supplies||$15 – $60|
|Cleanup Labor||$25 -$35|
|$250 – $450|
|Old Jug Disposal||$20 – $25
|OUR AVERAGE INSTALLATION||$235|
Who does the installation?
If you’re stressing about channeling your inner plumber, or about having to hire one, get ready to exhale. The only people we trust with your office or home installations are our in-house, background checked, highly trained technicians; or on rare occasions, one of our preferred plumbers.
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Where does the water come from?
We can source the water supply from a variety of places. While tap sources are simplest to access through exposed plumbing, we more often than not reach them through walls, ceilings, or floors. After thousands of installations, we can confidently state that whether your location is old or ancient, large or small, or owned or rented, there is a 99.5% chance we’ll be able to tap it. Below are a few of our most common water sources.
The most common water source we tap. Usually very quick and simple.
It’s not redundant when you taste the difference. You’ll never use one again.
Our second most common source. Also the easiest possible installation.
A quick and easy to access source. Our third most common source to tap.
Exposed or concealed in your walls, ceiling, or floor, it’s always there.
Obviously not from the bowl, though our system could handle it. We tap the water from the same source.
How does the water get to the dispenser?
We use tiny, flexible, restaurant grade tubing to supply water to your dispenser(s). It is unobtrusive, easily concealed, and constructed with durable polypropylene (PP). It’s also how we recycle water back into your plumbing from our wasteless waterREBORN systems.
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If your thinking about the installation costs listed above, and your brain is feeling a bit ‘mushy’, that’s ok. It doesn’t make sense – unless 70% of those organizations kept the service.
Over 90% of organizations that try our service choose to keep it. Years later they still do.
Once you’ve submitted your trial request, one of our specialists will contact you to confirm details and schedule installation!