Save up to $1800 per year with a Reverse Osmosis System

Save up to $1800 per year with a Reverse Osmosis System

Did you know that the average family of 4 drinks up to 4 gallons of water per day? Many buy water from the grocery store because they think that a Reverse Osmosis System (RO) is too expensive. But if we do some basic math, we can figure out that a family can save over $1800 per year. 

Here’s the breakdown. We’ll use a family of 4 for this model.

1 gallon a day per person = 28 gallons a week for a family of 4.

A 2.5-gallon container of a leading brand filtered water from the store roughly costs around $3.49.

Costs $1.40 per gallon

28 gallons x $1.40= $39.08 cost of store-bought water per week. 

$39.08 x 4.3 weeks in a month = $169 cost of store-bought water per month.

$169 x 12 months per year = $2017.00 cost of store-bought water per year.

$2017.00 cost of store-bought water per year.

- $189.99 cost of a new RO system from Aquasure. 

$1827.01 total savings in a year after purchasing the RO system.

With figures like that, you’ll be thinking, “Why haven’t I switched over to a Reverse Osmosis system?!” The cost of a new RO system from Aquasure starts at $189.99 The initial investment is rather small in comparison to how much money you’ll save the rest of the year. The added benefit of owning a system at home is not having to bring lift those big heavy bottles of water. In addition, you’ll be saving your back from any injuries from having to carry big bottles, counter space is freed up, gas mileage on your car increases since you’re not having to transport water anymore, and lastly, you’re providing clean, pure water for your family to enjoy. 

Aquasure Premier Reverse Osmosis

We never look at drinking water to be an expense, it usually is just in the back of our minds. But if you really examine the true costs of name brand water from the store and calculate how much you spend in a year, the figures will surprise you. The cost of an Aquasure Reverse Osmosis system is “literally drops in a bucket” compared to the expense of having to buy bottled water. 

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