|Posted by hj on February 25, 2004 at 07:44:18:|
|In response to Re: Second water heater|
If you can pipe two heaters 25' apart in parallel and make them work properly, you would not only be a genious, but you would have to install a "ton" of pipint. Either install them in series or separate the two systems and use one water heater for each.
: I want to add a second water heater since we use a bunch of hot water all at the same time in the morning. The one I currently have I about 5 years old and in good shape, so I really don't want to replace it with a better recovery model. I was going to add a second gas heater in the garage about 25' away from the existing gas heater in the laundry room. Should I plumb them in series or parallel them for the best result??
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