|Posted by Terry Love on April 07, 1999 at 21:27:38:|
|In response to Re: Heat Vent under Whirlpool Tub?|
: We are building and the drywall goes up next week. The heating contractor placed an ac/heat vent under the corner whirlpool tub. This seems to be fairly typical in this area as an aid to keep the tub water warm. Since we are not familar with this practice, and we probably won't use the whirlpool very often, I am curious as to whether anyone has any experience with this practice. All comments, suggestions, recommendations would be appreciated.
If you plan to spend time in the tub, the heating elements are a nice feature. http://www.terrylove.com/jet.htm
Grohe makes nice deck tub faucets that have 3/4" valve bodies. They are good for about 25 gallons per minute. http://www.grohe.com
Consider the 75 gallon gas water heater also. They only cost $181.00 per year to run on average, yet will give 135 first hour gallons of heated water. http://www.terrylove.com/wh.htm
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