do they really have unlimited hot water capability? i am thinking the propane model..do they save money versus electric? how much for a install? would appreciate any info thanks...
I need to raise my prices!I only charges $2200I have installed 15 of the Rinnai 7.5 tankless water heaters with no problems. All on natural gas. They need isolation valves installed with them and flushed out once a year. Suppose to have a 15-20 plus year life expectancy. The company I work for charges $3800-$4000. U will never run out of hot water. Do not go with a cheap unit because you will have problems down the road with it. So dont buy one from Lowes, etc.
Our area has high lime deposits amongst other things. Plumber said to stay away!!
yup. When we lived in Florida I bought a Culligan(house & R.O. system, with a softener). I cant remember how much it was but it was pricey. I think the tank held like 300lbs of the pellets. But damn. I never seen CLEAR ice cubes before that. Nor have showers ever felt that good.this is what whole house filters are for
i have a whole house filter and a reverse osmosis filteration system,and we have a hard water table-nothing gets into my drinking and cooking water