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So i get call the today from a cubical worker, Grown man "mind-you" he says i need a pic of the water heater hose draining. Just laughed, house has a tank-less water heater, as we all know it doesn't have a drain.

All i could think about was this clown is the one making sure i get paid!! Assume those that process your work are complete idiots and it will payoff in the end. But on the other hand if i would have put on the PCR tank-less water no drain installed this email would have never made it to my desk. However, keep one thing in mind. I'm not too bright. I have the mind of a 12-year-old boy. Therefore, my idea of idiot might be completely screwed."Fixed"

This business never gets old... "only God know how much i luv it". The best thing i think about this business is picking up customers threw our daily travels, with a desertification products offered.

Here is my shameless plug for what we are offering our customers as a replacement for the "old wasteful" tank filled water heater. With this product homes don't have to be plumbed for hot water pipes threw out the home. "Point Of Use" easy quick install on per-existing lines.

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More shameless plugs, soon the they will be offering penny stock "IPO" estimates are they could start out at 0.025. just a few 100.00 could get you 10.000 stocks. do you think their is a chance someone is going to to offer this company a buyout and go national with this product. or a (2 for one) stock split after the buy-out. All 3 mentioned above are possible.

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Interesting. I moved some walls around in one of my flippers and I need a tankless to save space. I'm going to look into these.
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I installed these in my home as well. We have a hot tub in the upstairs bathroom that formerly had it's own 80 gallon HWT in a closet. The downstairs with a half bath had a 40 gallon HWT in the basement. I don't need to point out what an impact this had on our electric bill!
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The only problem with Tankless Electric is they gobble power. My dad has one in his house that draws 130 AMPS!!!!! Granted these look like they take a 50 amp circuit but say you have the turkey in the oven, (50 amps) Clothes in the dryer, (40 amps) Christmas lights, TV, Stereo Etc. on (25 amps?) Guest in the shower with this water heater (50 amps) and wife kicks on the kitchen sink with another of these heaters, (50 amps) and Grandpa plogs in the coffee pot, (12 amps) Granted these are MAX amperages but you can see how quick you can max out a 200 amp service! My old mans tankless has kicked the 200 amp main more than once at the holidays and his house was built in 1999. Personally i like my setup. My Geo-Therman heat pump pre-heats my water and stores it in a 50 gallon insulated storage heater. Saves me HUGE $$$$$$$$$$$$$...................
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Hearing my old propane 50 gallon WH gargle and burp while water deposits bump around inside just let me know its working.
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Hearing my old propane 50 gallon WH gargle and burp while water deposits bump around inside just let me know its working.

Iíve already told you more than I know.
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