Re: Hot Water to the End of a Long Pipe Run
Posted by LonnythePlumber on May 19, 2004 at 21:42:27:
In response to Re: Hot Water to the End of a Long Pipe Run
: My nice home is just that. I have one problem that is very annoying. I have to let the hot water run for sever minutes before hot water reaches the faucet in my master bedroom.

: My hot water heater is between 36'and between 40'direct feet from the master bedroom. I am assuming that the hot water pipes are channelled into the concrete slap of the house.

: Do you have an economical means of getting hot water at least 50% faster than my present system to my master bedroom bathroom?

: Thank you inadvance for your help.

: Fred

I have installed a 2 1/2 gallon water heater in the hot line serving a distant kitchen and or bathroom. After the 2 gallons have been used then the heated water from the main tank is present. These units require 110 electricity and relief pipe drainage to an approved termination point.
What problems will I or the customer encounter? LonnythePlumber

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