Dealer Landing Page – Gerberholme

Location:

Gerberholme Inc.

361 Day Rd., Perth, ON K7H 3C3

CALL (613) 326-1345

Drinking Post and Gerberholme Inc. have partnered to bring our premium product to Perth, ON and its surrounding areas!

Why Drinking Post?

Drinking Post is a premium automatic waterer for horses and livestock. It’s unique because it stays frost-free without electricity or heaters! It works like a frost-free yard hydrant and fills and drains with each use. The water is always fresh and it never freezes or grows algae. No cleaning or maintenance required – just install it and watch it work! 

Save money, save water, and save your time!

Drinking Post is Different

It solves watering problems that others can't.

The Drinking Post is unlike other waterers on the market. It fills and drains with each use, so there’s never any standing water! All other waterers you can buy (both automatic and manual) will have a reservoir of standing water that the animal drinks from. This reservoir is the root of all watering problems – freezing, algae growth, dirt/debris, bugs, bacteria, water-borne illness, etc.. With the Drinking Post, you never have to worry about any of these issues. 

THE ULTIMATE DRINKING POST

5 YEAR WARRANTY

We stand behind our product with a comprehensive 5 year warranty. Drinking Post is strong, sturdy, and durable! 

Installation

The Drinking Post functions and installs like a frost-free yard hydrant. The most important parts of the installation are (1) making sure the base of your Post sits 18″ below the frostline, and (2) making sure your leach field is big enough. Because the Drinking Post is so similar to a yard hydrant, any outdoor plumber or excavator can easily install it. Please read our Installation Guide before getting started.

Your local Dealer, Brad Gerber, can refer you to a local installer. If you have any questions, please call Brad. 

We're the Gold Standard

Call Brad Gerber today at (613) 326-1345 to learn more about the Drinking Post and to place your order!

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