I want to install a hot water recirculating pump in my system to fix the delay in getting water to my baths. Does anyone know where I can purchase these or give me some link? And yes I can do the work myselfl.
Any heating supply house will have a B&G "Little Red" or "UpStart pump that will be perfect for this application. The only problem is that residential tanks provide no return line to the tank. Not only that, but your hot water supply to each outlet must have the return line comming back to the tank. Just pumping the water toward the fauset will not make it any warmer any faster.
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