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10 Reasons for Constant Water in Your Emergency Preparation

You can always have emergency water available

Emergency preparation is very important. Every week, we receive calls from families across the country who are struggling with reliable water. More families are focusing on emergency preparation, and rightfully so.

  • Spreading drought conditions impact more communities those on private water wells and those on public water systems.
  • Water levels in major water supplies are dropping–both those above ground and those in underground aquifers.
  • More often, we find ourselves, or our loved ones, without water.
  • Weather conditions changing quickly and severely.
  • Many parts of the U.S. seeing early and deep snow falls.

We’ve shipped Constant Water systems “from the mountains, to the prairies, to the oceans white with foam.”  Our customers are in the city, on the farm, on the beach front, in the woods, and on the mountain top. Every emergency event is different, but Constant Water can provide that critical potable water when it’s needed.

We asked our customers why they purchased our system. Here are 10 reasons why they chose Constant Water systems as part of their emergency preparation.

1. Provides water for any water outage

Provides a fresh, potable emergency water supply for ANY water out situation. Whether your home is on a private water well or on a community/public water system, Constant Water systems can provide you with water when you need it most.

2. Provides pressurized water throughout the home—every sink, shower, tub, and toilet. (Go easy on the shower)

If water isn’t available WHERE YOU NEED IT, it is of less or no value during an emergency. Constant Water makes your emergency water available throughout your home.

Click here to see the most current drought conditions in your area.
The U.S. Drought Monitor is jointly produced by the National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the United States Department of Agriculture, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Map courtesy of NDMC.

3. Eliminates the need to buy and store bottled water

Don’t fight the crowds anymore. We have all seen events that leave store shelves empty of items we critically need, like emergency water. Our “in-line” storage tanks are always full and the water always fresh. You don’t have to fight the crowds for bottles of emergency water.

4. Eliminates filling of sinks and tubs during emergency preparation, and flushing toilets with buckets

Typically you receive no notice of a coming outage. Storms can hit hard and quickly, but you’ll be prepared! Even a storm well away from your home can leave you without water. With Constant Water, you do not have to worry about a warning. You are always prepared.

You can put a permanent check mark beside “Water” in your emergency preparation checklist.

5. Activate automatically with the loss of power and manually for well pump system failure or public water failure 

A short, quiet hum tells you “Yes!  I have water!” Particularly for those on water wells, loss of power can leave you suddenly without power. Constant Water systems activate quickly when the power goes out.

6. Provides backup water for low-flow water wells

Use Constant Water during high-demand conditions while your well refills.

Drought conditions are spreading more widely across the country. Many of our customers are seeing water levels in their well drop or the flow rate of their wells drop. They can operate on Constant Water systems during high-demand times and let the tanks refill during the low-demand periods.

7. Requires no generator—It’s battery powered

Constant Water systems are specifically engineered to operate during power out conditions without a generator.

8. Reduces generator requirements and use if you already have a generator—Saves your fuel 

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Many of our customers have a generator, but install a Constant Water system as part of their emergency preparation. Our system allows them to turn off the generator to conserve fuel or just for some quiet time. You may need your generator for longer than you think.

9. Automatically refills, recharges, and resets when power is restored

Constant Water is ready when you need it. When the power or the public water returns, your tanks refill automatically to make sure you are ready for the next storm or water-out event.

10. Hurricanes, floods, fires, tornadoes—All can cause power outages, well failures, and loss of public water

Loss of water is always more widespread than the home damage. Make emergency water a focus-area of your emergency preparation efforts.


Constant Water systems qualify for a Medical Home Improvement deduction. (Consult your tax professional)

So many good reasons.  Give us a call.  Let’s chat!

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