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Old 02-21-2015, 09:34 AM
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Go back a couples of pages in this thread. A link to a financial analysis has already been posted.

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Originally Posted by Topspinmo View Post
Ok, if hot water is drawn out of the hot water tank and cold water replaces it wouldn't that cause the hot water heater to kick on more? A lot of home have gas hot water heaters. Don't know how many are all electric? IMO running the pump not the problem. When the water heater kicks on this would be the big energy use. Have they looked at the gas bill or electric bill to see what the increase is. IMO I need comparsion burning up one energy source to save another not really saving IMO unless the other source was minimal?
 
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