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14 hours ago, sdrawkcab321 said:

Thanks. Yeah I’ve only known one other person who’s had one. Seems like a good concept but I was skeptical that it would keep water hot consistently. Doesn’t seem to be worth it for the price. Seems like a newer technology. Maybe they’ll have it figured out in a other 10 years. My current tank is leaking underneath so I’m going to have to get one ASAP but at least I have home owners insurance which will hopefully cover some of the cost. 

Two other things to figure out is where can you mount the tankless water heater and can you vent it? Do you have a wall to mount it or will you have to build something? Also the venting needs to be figured out so it doesn't look dumb or get in the way. Neither should be deal breakers but defiantly something to think about. 

 

I've thought about going with a tankless unit since our water heater and furnace are over 20 years old. 

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On 2/23/2021 at 8:34 AM, JDD said:
On 2/22/2021 at 6:07 PM, sdrawkcab321 said:

Thanks. Yeah I’ve only known one other person who’s had one. Seems like a good concept but I was skeptical that it would keep water hot consistently. Doesn’t seem to be worth it for the price. Seems like a newer technology. Maybe they’ll have it figured out in a other 10 years. My current tank is leaking underneath so I’m going to have to get one ASAP but at least I have home owners insurance which will hopefully cover some of the cost. 

Two other things to figure out is where can you mount the tankless water heater and can you vent it? Do you have a wall to mount it or will you have to build something? Also the venting needs to be figured out so it doesn't look dumb or get in the way. Neither should be deal breakers but defiantly something to think about. 

 

I've thought about going with a tankless unit since our water heater and furnace are over 20 years old. 

I've got a tankless/on demand unit, and I couldn't be happier with it. It's "endless hot water" and will also drastically save you on your energy bill. It also saves an incredible amount of space. They're pricey, but well worth it on the short end for the endless hot water and will pay for itself in a few years with energy costs.

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23 minutes ago, Dawgpoun8017 said:

Ughhhhh can’t wait for the nice weather to get here just bought a brand new set of golf clubs

The clubs can’t fix a broken swing lol

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