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Name:   steveg - Email Member Reply
Subject:   water heater replacement
Date:   7/2/2016 11:43:10 AM   IP ADDRESS: 70.193.98.42

Another holiday, another dead appliance, water heater toast, anybody recommend good plumber?

Original owner left previous tank in crawl space, where's a fellow to discard tanks & old tin etc?

Good thing its 99, cold shower with beer just the answer, bummer sleeping on the couch though.





Name:   Osms - Email Member Reply
Subject:   water heater replacement
Date:   7/2/2016 11:54:03 AM (updated 7/2/2016 11:55:57 AM)    IP ADDRESS: 71.82.18.33

If you buy from Lowes or HD, they will install new and remove old unit.  Good luck before next week, though.  Bar of soap and a swim in the lake may work, too.





Name:   Toni - Email Member Reply
Subject:   water heater replacement
Date:   7/2/2016 2:57:17 PM   IP ADDRESS: 97.82.26.195

Best plumber around is Wayne Teal - Regal Plumbing  256 675-6349





Name:   Ulysses E. McGill - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Go Tankless
Date:   7/2/2016 4:48:18 PM   IP ADDRESS: 155.254.13.205

You only pay to heat what you use, and it's endless when you need it. Worth every penny of extra cost





Name:   Lifer - Email Member Reply
Subject:   Go Tankless
Date:   7/4/2016 8:10:37 AM   IP ADDRESS: 198.223.199.245

I loomed into thankless. Really wanted one but the problem is the electric one require a 100 amp service. Most folks only have a 200 amp service in their house. I actually had the room in my box but decided to just go standard. If I had gas I would have gone thankless.

Be sure to check with Steve Moore. Last year he bought a bunch of old style heaters. Cost about $100 less and will fit in the existing space if it is tight. Lots of folks are having to remodel to fit the new style in the old space.







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