There is nothing better than a steaming cup of coffee or tea to get us through the gloomy days ahead, especially now that summer is over.

Water boilers or water coolers, which provide both cold and hot water, are the two most common ways to heat your office.

When deciding between these two options, what should you keep in mind?

1) Size of the office

A cold and hot water cooler is sufficient for an office of up to 25 people. On the average, a typical water cooler can provide 25 people with one cup of hot water in the course of an hour. The average office water boiler can produce more than 25L of hot water per hour, so getting one for an office with fewer than 25 employees might be a bit of overkill.

2) Personal preference of employees

There are some people who aren’t sure about the hot water option on their water cooler. The tea or coffee connoisseur may find it difficult to believe that anything other than a kettle could produce the ideal brewing temperature for a perfect cup. There can be significant temperature fluctuations in even a water cooler with an average temperature of 87-97 degrees Celsius.

The Executive water cooler is our answer to this problem. The vacuum-sealed hot tank system in the Executive cooler is similar to a flask’s mechanism. As a result, the cooler retains heat more effectively, ensuring that each cup served is as hot as the last, at an average of 94 degrees Celsius.

3) The cost

The average price of a water cooler is £299.95. Water boilers cost, on average, £499.95. It’s up to you to figure it out…

4) Location of Product

They can be wall-mounted or placed on a counter top, depending on the model. A counter-top water cooler or a floor-standing water cooler will be available. The location where your hot water will be dispensed must be taken into account. Water boilers are better suited to areas such as staff rooms, cafeterias, conference rooms, and so on. Water coolers are better suited to areas where there is little counter space for hospitality, such as offices, hallways, reception areas, and so on.

The above are just a few of the many considerations you should keep in mind when making a decision. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the Living Water delivery service. In any case, I hope your winter comfort foods are as delicious as they sound ;)