High-Rise Building New Hot Water Heater Specs

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@jadnashua - Food for thought. Thanks for the comments

@Reach4 - More to think about. The Everlast looks like a nice unit, but too small for our building. We started with 80 gallon units and had to go to 55s when the efficiency standards in Florida changed. We took a lot of crap for having to use smaller tanks. Now the efficiency standard has changed again and 80 gallon tanks qualify, so, I suspect, most owners will be opting for that size. I doubt that anyone in the building actually needs 80 gallon capacity on an on-going basis, but with owners being primarily older folks with multiple families of grandchildren visiting at the holidays, they probably want the extra capacity for those occasions.
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