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Posts Tagged ‘ceramic water crocks’

Water crockThis may be something that a lot of people have not thought about, but you can help save the environment by buying a water crock, also known as a ceramic water dispenser. What might not be a surprise to people is that you can also save a lot of money! Let’s first look at how you can save money with a water crock

Water coolers cost you more than you think

Let’s face it, water coolers are money pits. They cost a lot of money to buy, so there is a big initial cost, and then every day after that you have to pay for the water, electricity to keep your water cold and repairs. Some people also pay to rent the cooler, and have water delivered. All of these costs add up overtime and can be easily eliminated by buying a ceramic water dispenser instead

How a water crock will save you money

Water crocks are the most cost effective way to store and dispense water. The initial cost of a water crock is very low, we currently sell them for around $25 on our water crock store, but the savings don’t end there. Once you own the crock, you never have to pay another dime, there is no electricity required because the water is naturally cooled by the ceramic, if you want it really cold you can add ice and the ceramic will keep the water cold for a very long time. ¬†There are also no repair costs for a ceramic water crock, so you can help reduce your monthly bills and surprise expenses by buying one instead of a water cooler.

Why water coolers are bad for the environment

Water coolers use three things that would make an eco-friendly person cringe, plastic, chemicals, and electricity all of these elements put a strain on our environment in different ways. Almost the entire water cooler is made of plastic, which means when it breaks or is thrown out it will end up in the dump.

Chemicals are also bad for the environment because they pollute the air and hurt the ozone. Water coolers use freon gasses to cool the water, when the water cooling unit breaks or is disposed of, these freons can be released into the air and are very harmful to the environment

The last strain on the environment is electricity, this is also a strain on your wallet because you have to pay for the electricity. I won’t go into the details on how the effect of electricity consumption and production, but let’s just say coal, power plants, nuclear energy and nuclear waste.

Where to buy a water crock

You now know that you can save money and help the environment buy buying a water crock instead of a water cooler. If you would like to buy one you can visit our water crock store

Ceramic Water CrockThe summer is at its scorching best and so is the load shedding! You are tired of filling up those innumerable water bottles and filling the ice tray and keeping them in the refrigerator. It is always so good to drink chilled water in hot summer, but what if there no electricity to run your fridge? There is a very effective and economical solution to quench your thirst though. Just bring in a ceramic water crock and say goodbye to your water problems at least for a while.

Ceramic water crocks are actually not a new thing; it has been present particularly in the Indian households since centuries. There was neither electricity nor refrigerators in the olden times and a dire need for cold water was felt amongst those living in the hotter regions of the world. These crocks were somewhat successful in keeping water at certain degrees below the room temperature thereby keeping it cool. Not only ceramic but even clay and porcelain was used as a material to build these crocks.

The ceramic water crock is easy to use and maintain. A large amount of water is stored in them at a time, thereby reducing the possibilities of re-filling again and again. These days, sellers are being instrumental in designing the water crocks. They are present in unique designs and vivid colors unlike the plain boring ones of the past. Now anyone can buy them not looking only at the utility but also at the design. Sure, women who have a knack for home dcor will go for the styled ones. More interestingly, not only water but it can be used to store iced tea, lemon juices or any other refreshing beverage. Mostly sellers claim that there crocks are lead free and can store up to 2-3 gallons of water, which is found to be true as well.

Visit our store to buy a ceramic water crock today!