How To Get Instant Hot Water!

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by Harvey Bond
(Chicago, USA)

If you want to conserve water, thus lowering your energy bills & saving precious water supplies consider recirculating hot water from your hotwater heater. This will help reduce the time it takes for the water coming out of your faucet to reach an acceptable temperature.

A complete hot water recirculation system, which can involve a separate set of piping and a designated pump, can be costly and complicated to install. With the fixture-side solution from www.hotwaterlobster.com,the installation is incredibly easy.

The passive valve allows water that has cooled in the hot water pipe to recirculate back through the cold water supply, returning the water in the hot water supply to an acceptable temperature. This will save water when you turn on the faucet as there will now be instant hot water every time.

Please check out www.hotwaterlobster.com for further details.

Updated: August 22, 2013 — 9:51 am

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