Posted by Sir Four
at 2:11pm Jun 8 '12You must sign in to send Sir Four a message
than electric. Heat from combustion is > heat from electrical resistance. So, that's good. I'm stuck with electric, and I hate what it does to my bills.
I've heard the idea before about turning it off nightly with a timer, but it strikes me as questionable whether it'll save very much, since maintaining a temperature is less intensive than bringing the water up to the desired temperature. Now if you were going away for a week or more, I'd say definitely turn it off for that time. But nightly, I just don't know if it's worth it. Don't know how to calculate that, either, I'm afraid.
There are 17 private posts
in this thread. You need to sign in
to read them.
Why Join 4thKingdom?
Note that there are no ads here. Just intelligent and friendly conversation. We keep
the spam out, the trolls out, the advertisers out… 4K is just a low-key, old-fashioned
site with members from around the world.
This community began in 1998, and we continue to accept new members today.