Pieces of junk.
I wouldn't put one in my house on a bet. I have one in a restaurant right
now that my company plumbed and I refused to purchase for the owner because
I refuse to warranty them.
Between thermal stacking and a non-functioning hot water return system and
equipment failures we will be installing the gas fired 100 gallon water
heater I recommended to begin with so the restaurant can pass health
department inspections and remain open for business.
I've been researching residential units and have come up with some pretty
solid units that have been recommended. Takagi, Rinnai and the High end
Take a look at alt.home.repair there are a few threads there that talk about
the Higher end units are much more efficient, which make it worth the money
you pay for them in the long run. Something to Run a few showers at the same
time will run you at least $1000
I'm leading towards the Takagi T-K2 for My Applications.
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