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Dan Valenzuela

06:26PM | 04/01/01
Member Since: 03/31/01
1 lifetime posts
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I am thinking about installing a gas tankless water heater. I would like to know what your opinion is of them and what brand you would recommend, if any, or would you go with the traditional water heater. What is the price range for these heaters?

Homedoctor

12:24PM | 04/16/01
Bob has used this company for tank less hot water heaters. Here is the install http://www.bobvila.com/roxbury/Aquastar.htm http://www.controlledenergy.com/

integradad

11:05AM | 05/16/01
Member Since: 05/15/01
6 lifetime posts
The first link doesn't work any more. Can anyone find the install?

Thanks

Jay J

06:12PM | 05/16/01
Member Since: 10/26/00
782 lifetime posts
HI Dan,

If you need more info, visitThe Old BBS and search the WEB Page for keyword: tankless

When you see Brian Tankless Wood, e-mail him directly. He's the resident expert there for tankless systems. I don't think he's on this New BBS yet.

My best to ya and hope this helps.

Jay J -Moderator

LDoyle

02:32PM | 06/05/01
Member Since: 06/03/01
327 lifetime posts

KAY AREHART

05:24AM | 02/12/02
Member Since: 02/11/02
10 lifetime posts
The Takagi brand of tankless water heater produces more hot water per minute than any brand available in the U.S. market today. I have a TK-2 in my home. It replaced 2 40 gallon tanks and can handle up to 3 faucets running simultaneously.
For more information go to www.energyinnovations.net or call 1-888-455-2312. These people are the experts.
Kay
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