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August 12, 2010

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The tankless water heating system can easily last 20 years or more with normal maintenance. That’s twice as long as the standard tank heater. Add to that the lifestyle benefits of being able to enjoy endless hot water when you want it and for as long as you need it, while saving money on energy costs, and water.

Justin Bieber Supra

Seriously I like your writings always, your a wise man..
I passed alot with like that situations, at the beginning I was like to help just to open a new door to return as the past, but when I understand the life positively, I`ve leived that it`s better to forget who`s forgetten you!
So I prefer to ignore it and don`t send any reply!

Anne

Thanks for such a valuable tip.Yes, I agree that to go tankless would save a lot of energy, thus, saving a lot of money. These kind of water storage would last long than any other type of heater, so it would be a plus. Thanks for the informative post!Keep it up!

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Generally, 20 percent of a home's energy use comes from heating water for bathing, washing dishes, laundry, and cooking. Annually, this can add up to more than $450 to operate a conventional storage water heater.

Dennis & Kim Downey

We have one and love that we never run out of hot water.

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