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Accents in Water Artfully Integrates Serenity of Water into a Healthy Choice
Dancing Water Features Purify Air, Cleanses Water and Creates
Tranquility For A Healthy-Office Environment
ENGLEWOOD, CO - Dec. 1, 2003 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- After ten years of
creating large, stainless steel, glass, copper and marble water features
for major corporations and large medical facilities throughout the U.S.,
Accents in Water (www.accentsinwater.com) is pleased to announce
smaller, affordable water features, suitable for any size office. The
self-contained units can be located anywhere there is electrical power.
Accents in Water's creations purify the air and create tranquility in
Gary Kiepke, vice president of sales says, "The elegant water features
captivate the imagination and calm the soul. With over 60 years
experience in custom fabrication, we expanded into the world of water
art. We call it 'healthy art.' All of our water features are
environmental systems working as air purifiers, with many of the models
equipped with automatic feed water, water purification and bacterial
control. The units are actually very beneficial to employee health."
"Many of our long-time customers chose our water features to add life to
dull lobbies and office spaces. While they purchase the features to
beautify their facilities, they welcome the calming effect water has on
their employees and patrons. One health spa owner says they put the
features in treatment rooms to heighten the calming experience. Another
company installed one to reduce the stressful environment of the
Medical offices across the country are finding air purifiers work well
in waiting rooms. With the soothing effect of the sounds and visuals of
cascading water, physicians are realizing calmer patients. Retails
$1,600 - $5,000. Custom available.
According to AIW engineers, the sound impact varies depending on unit
location. They state the sound intensity can vary from powerful to
silent. Some companies install features that are totally silent, wanting
the subtlety and elegance of water in their lobbies. Shopping malls
might install walls of water with all the sounds of water's energy.
Says David Heldt, product development, "After years of tweaking the
engineering without compromising the impact or health giving components,
we announce bringing 'dancing water' down to an affordable size for any
size business. What we build are state-of-the-art water features, what
we sell is good health and tranquility."
More information: 800-622-3440, or http://www.accentsinwater.com.
Source of News:
Hughes & Stuart Marketing, for Accents In Water
Colorado Business Newswire
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