YES GRUMPY...it has been a long time
Yes Grumpy, I have not opened the books in a long time....
never been necessary, I have got other things to do....
Honestly , I have been considering signing up for a unioin
job just for the educatioinal value...learing new things
and brushing up on things.....and the 65k a year
they pay.... but a plumber has go to run free...
anyway the meter is now sitting at 185 cu ft
for basically almost 48 hours of fairley heavy use...
now I got to get out my gas bill and see what I pay.
then we go from there...
I think that you and Furd can both agree the
the AVERAGE will work out at 1000
Parrellel Universes and sub-atomic particles....
Damn, you know I just hate it when those
sub atomic paiticles and isoteopes clog up the
gas orfice on my outside grill.....
it gives the braukwurst kind of a metallic taste...........
Links to de-limeing issues
I think that this lady is on well water....
you should be able to call her she is so pi//ed off
that she left her telephone number for anyone to call
about her ordeal with a Bochse unit
she has fought with it for 5 years and switched back to
a tank type heater...
read # 4 and 5 .......that she posted
almost all tankless brands out there sell the "expensive accessories"
that they dont like to mention too much about
I got two sets of them n my office....I think that they are worth
about 100 bucks each...
and If I could get my wife to stop chargeing things on the master card
I probably would be debt free...,
Damn......that's some fine looking art of plumbing there
Art indeed. (right clicks-saves as, puts company name on pictures) Yeah I worked all night on that one!!!
RUGGED's two favorite metals >>>> Copper, Brass
That system above is one that'll be there for years, the mice won't bother taking any interest in it cough!cough!pex~! and the way it was built....top notch design with isolation valves everywhere to service it down the road.
I couldn't even read all the factors that were posted on the comparison draw with tank against tankless; It all gets thrown out the window because you are stating CONTROLLED laboratory/mock testing on both products.
The real life scenarios with one week of cold weather.....another week of REAL cold weather.....then a slight increase in temperature. OR.....if you are out west.......it's always warm! How easy is it to bring warm water to hot? Pretty simple I'd say.
And to think that "only tankless owners" will keep their plumbing in good repair? Meaning they will instantly stop a leaking tub faucet or lavatory or kitchen sink faucet? NEVER. That's wishful thinking and that destroys the savings on the equations laid out. They keep making these units cheaper and cheaper so of course that allows the low-end users the ability to afford that application too.
The majority of people have leaking faucets and some leak for years before they are fixed. Not everyone......but there's a good amount of people that ignore that "oh it's just a small leak" situation.
I put in any of these treats......the rules of engagement are as follows: You are allowed a minimum of 1 call per 12 month period to ask me questions why it is not working right....or why it's giving you an error code when mindy your wife is washing daughter natalie in the jacuzzi and just can't get the water warm enough. I didn't make it.....I just installed it. Boo-yah!!!
Keeps me employed.