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Hot water for a guesthouse.

danny mintz
danny mintz Member Posts: 1
In my guesthouse I now have a very old, gas, 40-gallon hot water heater. It's used for maybe thirty showers per summer and an occasional dirty dish. For esthetic reasons I would prefer a smaller unit. Ideal would be a heater (not necessarily gas) where I push a button and five minutes later I can start taking a shower. Are there any new suitable products out there?

Comments

  • Nron_9
    Nron_9 Member Posts: 237
    hot water

    For a guest house the Bosh unit is gas on demand hot water heater that would serve verry well only works when the tap is turned on and will operate 1 shwer nicely
  • Nron_9
    Nron_9 Member Posts: 237
    hot water

    For a guest house the Bosh unit is gas on demand hot water heater that would serve verry well only works when the tap is turned on and will operate 1 shower nicely
  • Dave_22
    Dave_22 Member Posts: 232


    Yes- I agree, it sounds like the most ideal situation for a on demand hot water heater.
  • jw
    jw Member Posts: 62
    Seisco Modulating water heater

    Check out the seisco. Fully modulating instant electric water heater. No current unless working. www.seisco.com
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