Daily Aqua Service provides water purifier system installation, maintenance, and rentals in Dallas area

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Daily Aqua Service在達拉斯沃斯堡地區提供水過濾系統的安裝,維護和租賃


Installation Service

The Daily Aqua Service offers a water purifier installation service at no charge or at the lowest rate, including a free countertop drilling service on the rental plan. If you need to move within the contract period, we will re-install it for free. Even if the term of the contract is over, we will continue to do the free reinstallation on condition that we keep the transaction and do not cancel within 6 months. If you are purchasing customer, Daily Aqua will receive a visit fee from the concept of visiting service, and we will charge $ 170 including the cost of dismantling, reinstallation, and count-top drilling costs.

Maintenance Service

Every six months we perform filter replacement and cleaning services, and a free tank replacement service every four years. Monthly rents will cover all these expenses and will automatically switch to a new rate system with no contract discounted at the end of the contract. If it is time to exchange the filter, the service will be automatically notified to the e-mail address of the customer one week before, and you can reply to us by e-mail with the desired service date and time.

And More

Please ask the engineer if you need any other help except water system. Daily Aqua Service may provide water connection service to the refrigerator from the water system for free or with getting the only material cost. Also, we may provide free filter replacement service of the refrigerator within our compatible filter inventory. Please inform in advance through installation.

Best Economic System

5 Stage Filters, Reverse Osmosis Purification System,  Rental: $25.99 with No Down Payment


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We Can Reduce This

Over 2 million Plastic Beverage Bottles are used every 5 minutes in the U.S. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – MARCH 15: Hundreds of recycled plastic water bottles are piled up inside the Recology recycling facility on March 15, 2011 in San Francisco, California. The multi-million dollar bottled water industry continues to prosper despite outrage from environmentalists who point out that at least half of the empty bottles end up in landfills instead of being recycled. Environmental groups are encouraging people to use reusable containers and get their water from the tap which is safe to drink in over 90 percent of the United States. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)