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    Re: Need new water heater option

    @ keith, I'm sure john has provided great advice and helped many people and was in the process of doing the same with me. I appreciate it very much. However I think the experts need to keep in mind...
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    John, I'm sorry you feel this way. However there is a reason why people like myself come to these forums and ask many questions. As Keith stated there are many factors and most of them I did not...
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    Keith, thank you very much for your time and information. I had the 80 gal installed today and hopefully it will force me to use the Jacuzzy now that I have the extra 30 gals. I will try to monitor...
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    Actually its an electric. I hope the electric are just as good.
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    Ok so since it does not cost anymore to heat a 80 gal vs a 50gal I guess the 80 would be ok. If I decide (or ever have time to wait for the jacuzzi to fill up) I will have the extra 30 gals at my...
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    Ok so I'm going with an electric water heater. My plumber is suggesting I go with an 80gal bradford white he has and can give a good deal. About $100 less than what I would pay. But there are only...
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    Need to run wire and breaker. The panel is about 15ft from tank.
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    Thank you once again for your time Keith. If I go with a basic 50 gallon electric for the time being (Holiday season and money is tight to invest $2000 in the installation of indirect). Can I just...
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    Thank you for the feedback Keith. However that has been my issue. All of the contractors that I have spoken to have not been able to give me a direct answer to which system will be more cost...
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    Thank you for the feedback Keith. However that has been my issue. All of the contractors that I have spoken to have not been able to give me a direct answer to which system will be more cost...
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    If I'm burning that amount of oil then it may be cheaper to go to electric. Correct? Anyone???:confused:
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    Its a Riello BF5 burner with a .90 80degree B
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    My boiler is a Peerles WV-DV-03-110-WPC

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    The Boiler Mate was installed 6.5 years ago when the house was built. The warranty ran out in September of this year. Is it me or do these things know to break right after the warrantee is up. :( As...
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    John. I'm not sure if that number is correct. That is based on some conversations with industry professionals (plumbers, HVAC) and based on info from some other forums. Im not well versed in this and...
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    Thank you for the response Keith. However I'm looking for the overall long term savings. I have been told and read some places that the indirect offers the best recovery and most hot water of any...
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    Need new water heater option

    I currently have a oil fired Peerless boiler that heats a two story 1680sqft home and provides hot water via an Amtrol boiler mate. I belive its an indirect hot water heater system. The boiler mate...
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