Here at Water Ionizer Authority we are dedicated to keeping you as well informed as possible on everything you will need to know about water ionizers both before buying and after for continued optimal performance of your machine long after. We want to make sure you know you are buying the best water ionizer for your needs and preferences while supplying you with the knowledge you will need to get the most out of your water ionizer.
Below we’ve listed a few things you should know about water ionizers whether you already own one or are thinking about purchasing one.
|Water Ionizer Reality Check
· Are your expectations realistic?
· What are you REALLY getting for the money?
· How does an investment in a water ionizer compare to other “home appliance” investment for the same cost?
|Acid Water – READ BEFORE YOU BUY!
While producing alkaline ionized water for drinking is easy with ANY water ionizer, producing stronger acid levels is a different story altogether. If you’re looking for stronger levels of acid water from a water ionizer you want to read this article before you buy!
|Under Counter Water Ionizers
· If you’re considering an under-counter/faucet-style water ionizer there are a few things you should know.
· Avoid dilemma’s, surprises and frustrations by reading what other’s have learned through experience.
· Most customers do these installations themselves – find out how to be prepared so everything goes quickly and smoothly.
|Beware Consumer Review Sites
· Not all Consumer Review Sites are “independent & unbiased”
· Find out how testing results can be altered to show one product performing better than others
· “Red Flags” that indicate a review site isn’t what it appears to be
|Choosing A Water Ionizer
A helpful guide to choosing a water ionizer, this article can help you find the water ionizer that is best for YOU and YOUR needs. Put all of the “hype” aside, consider your needs and learn how to find a water ionizer that YOU’LL be happy with for a long, long time.
|“Things You Should Know”
View ALL of the articles in the “Things You Should Know” section of the Water Ionizer Authority Resource Center