|Posted by hj on September 21, 1999 at 23:56:30:|
|In response to Re: Tankless Water Heater|
In order to heat the water as it goes through the heater, unless you slow it down a great deal, (and that causes a diffent problem), you need a very large electric supply to service the water heater. Your cabin may not have enough electricity to operate one. you may be better off with a seven day clock that only operates it when you are at the cabin.
: I have a weekend cabin with a very old water heater that costs me alot of money in electric bills. I was thinking of replacing it with a tankless water heater. We only use hot water for 2-4 showers a week(end) and washing dishes/hands.
: Are these tankless heaters for real? Do they work well enough that you really want to take a shower? Could it be mounted easily right where the existing heater is? Do they last for a long time and do they have many problems?
: Do plumbers think they're dumb?!
: thanks for any info!
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