I never thought I would get as excited about replacing a water heater, but here I am.

This old gal pulled 25+ years and was a workhorse. I know she was a drag on my power bill so…

Out with the old, in with the new.

I met a plumber and his girlfriend by chance out on the sidewalk at work a couple of months agoβ€”a nice younger couple. They were very polite when I was walking by and I had been wondering about replacing the water heater.

And now here I am.

My pocket is definitely lighter but I’m looking at gaining a little back at a time in energy costs along with a few other changes I’ve made around the house.

Why wait for it to fail before replacing it?

This makes sense to me.

That’s it. That’s the post.


(In before midnight.)

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