Thursday, June 4, 2015

New Furnace

The new furnace is being installed, and a new hot water tank.


This is a smaller system so some space has opened up in the basement.  It should be much more efficient as well, which is the important thing.

Now to get someone working on installing a new water treatment system so the hot water tank does not clog up again right away.

I am looking forward to the convenience of hot water gushing out of my taps.

14 comments:

  1. There is nothing like the gush of hot water when you open the H tap. It is the plumbing version of love.

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  2. I love upgrading and this makes me feel good, know I'd have hot water and heat!!!!

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  3. P.S> The MRI wasn't good. Def. metastatis in the lymph nodes.

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  4. I bet you miss hot water. How long will the installation take? I bet you'll see lower heating bills too. Hope everything is back in working order soon.

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  5. It always feels good to get things fixed and upgraded. Good job taking charge of this, Olga.

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  6. you poor thing! Hope it's back to normal soon.

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  7. Yae! It's always good to upgrade to a more efficient system.

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  8. Onward and upward. Hang in there!!

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  9. Well, good luck to you. Your wish is someone's command.

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  10. No hot water is never fun! Hope you get things all fixed soon.

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  11. When we moved to a house that has a well, I thought ... great, free water! Boy, did I have a few things to learn. We just spent $1600 for a bunch of new equipment in our basement ... and I don't even know what the heck it all does! (But we have better water pressure now, and the shower gets hot faster.)

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  12. Wow! It seems like you had some pretty neat upgrades on the heater. Not only did you manage to save a lot of space on that one. You are also on the verge of having hot water coming out of your tap. Anyway, I hope things are doing better for you now. Thanks for sharing that! All the best!


    Brett Rogers @ Flame Furnace

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  13. It seems like having this kind of furnace will help save a lot of space. Well, it’s good to know that you finally get to install a new furnace in your home. I hope that you’ll be able to maximize its benefits, while keeping it in good condition at the same time. Thanks for sharing this, Olga! All the best to you!

    Lane Pemberton @ Metcalfe Heating & Air Conditioning

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  14. As a single, non-mechanically inclined 20-year-old woman living by herself, I know how frustrating it can be during the cold months when your warming sources won’t work. There is absolutely nothing I hate worse than being cold. On the other hand, there are few things I love better than a company that will deliver, install, and continuously maintain a quality warming product.

    Rosa Nelson @ HVAC Services Philadelphia

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