There are several things to consider when purchasing a water dispenser. Here are a few factors to consider:
Type of water source: Water dispensers can be either top-loading or bottom-loading, and they can be connected to a water line or use water bottles. Top-loading dispensers are more convenient as you don’t need to bend down to load the water, but they can be more expensive. Bottom-loading dispensers are more affordable, but you’ll need to bend down to change the water bottle.
Size and capacity: Consider the size of the dispenser and how much water it can hold. If you have a large family or entertain frequently, you’ll want a larger capacity dispenser.
Filtering capabilities: Some water dispensers come with filters to remove impurities and improve the taste of the water. If you’re concerned about the quality of your water, look for a dispenser with a good filtration system.
Temperature options: Most water dispensers offer both hot and cold water. Some also offer room temperature water. Consider which temperature options you’ll use most frequently and choose a dispenser that meets your needs.
Price: Water dispensers range in price from around $100 to $400 or more. Determine your budget and look for a dispenser that meets your needs within that price range.
Brand and customer support: Consider the reputation of the brand and the availability of customer support. It’s always good to choose a reputable brand with good customer support in case you have any issues with your dispenser.