Hello my Dear Readers!
My husband and me are going to move to our very first house with garden in to the suburb. We sold our flat, because we had enough of the crowded centre of the city. Furhermore I think it’s important to raise a child in a more calm and liveable surrounding, and we are expecting a baby to January.
But before we can get into use our newly bought house, we have to make some renovation. First of all, we had to remove the old roof to replace it with new tiles. After that we changed the doors and windows in order to make a better insulation. We already repainted the whole house from outside and we are currently halfway through the indoor paintings. But now we ran into some kind of problems with the installed boiler. We knew that we have to swap it to a newer and bigger one, but I never thought that we have to do it this soon.
Unfortunately we already spent 99% of our spared money, because we didn’t calculate with this scenario. Now we have to find a cost-effective solution…
We already decided that we want a water heater instead another boiler, but we have to choose the perfect one. We asked two plumber about the topic and they advised different types of tankless water heaters. One advised an electric based, while the other suggested to buy a gas fueled type. Because we had no idea which is better and we didnn’t want to be fooled, we done a little bit research.
We found some helpful tankless water heater reviews on Primeheaters.com which exactly pointed out that an electric one will met our needs. It’s a little bit less powerful, but for us it is still much more than we can use. Over 10 gallon hot water per minute… Furthermore: the gas based products are harder to install, so the expert usually charge more for that one.
So the moral is you should always check everything on the internet, because professional people usually want to override their experience and fool others just to get more money.