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When you wash your hands and the water “spits” when it comes out of the faucet occasionally, it’s easy to think that maybe, they have done some water utility work in the area. When it happens on day two, you begin to wonder… When you take a shower and realize it’s pretty darn cold, you get the idea.
Yup, we are the proud new owners of a water heater. Considering that the old one was installed in 1981 and warranty expired in 1986, we did pretty well with our old friend.
We had a lot of stuff going on with the family (to the point of insanity) and had to make a call and get a plumber.
The grand total was short of $800 and included the same water heater we could have bought ourselves and figured out for about 1/4 the cost. (double sigh).
Sometimes, you just do what you have to do…
I just wanted to show you a picture so I can get at least one person to say “Wow, nice heater” – this might make me feel better about the purchase…
At least it is more energy efficient, LOL!