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  1. I built one with a pond pump for my current tankless. All I’ve ever done for my tanked was to drain them once a year.
  2. I'm trying to stay away from gas if at all possible due to not having any gas on my property. If not for that....
  3. Is the rescale done the same as a traditional tanked heater or do you back pump it like a tankless?
  4. The house we purchased has an all electric tankless water heater. It is awful! It pulls 120 amps every time it comes on(I checked with amp meter, not guessing) and still can't keep up with demand in the winter time. I have been looking at tankless outdoor gas options but I'd have to buy a tank, run lines to house, mount the unit outdoors(with fear of lines freezing) and the cost is a lot more than I can spend right now. We really don't have run in the laundry room for a tank water heater but we may have to work around it, so I've been looking at tallest, skinniest options(due to EPA regs these are not that much skinner than a standard). I've been looking at the hybrid option, are they worth the extra $$$? Then again is there too much electronics to go bad? Anyone have a hybrid? Thoughts?
  5. Thanks for the reply but I’ve already sold my 26
  6. I did a monolithic slab on a shop at my last house. The exterior look wasn’t quite as nice and I’m wanting to go 3 block high as a stem wall.
  7. I’m looking for someone to help me lay out my shop(I.e. need a transit) and then dig footer, lay block, pour slab, etc. I’m wanting to get things together for this spring/summer. I’m looking to do the slab this year and frame out/finish the next. Ive had very bad experiences with the last two GCs I’ve dealt with, so I really need someone with good references. I have considered trying to do a lot of it myself.......
  8. Another thought I have is, My wife and I both have IPhones, so everything should work together.
  9. We’ll mostly just use it for surfing the web, Microsoft office, and little man’s school work. I’m just so tired of the windows bull crap.
  10. I’m looking for a MacBook Pro, I prefer a 15” but not against a 13”. Any body have a used one for sale? Or anyone with pointers on buying a used one?
  11. Thanks for all the replies. Gives me more to study on. LOL
  12. I sent you a PM with some questions
  13. I hopefully will be buying a house and 20 acres soon. It does not have a garage or shop on it. What size should I build? I built a 30'x40'x12' with a 10'x16' door at my last house(had to sell before I ever got to use the shop) and I ran out of room quickly. I would like to add a lean-to off the side or back to store things, thus using my shop for it's intended purpose. I did metal trusses on the other and liked them in some ways but it would be nice to have a flat ceiling for decking and lights. I do have a tractor/equipment and would like to put a 2post lift in, in the future. I do not have a camper and don't intend to get one. I do plan to have livestock but don't think I want a barn/shop combo. A service truck at work is 10'4", and I would like to put it in there on the rare occasion. I hobby mechanic and metal work when I can find time away from work. I'm really thinking about 14' walls and possibly 2 12'x12' doors but might stay with one 16'. Is 30'x40' large enough? I asked a lot of questions when I built the other shop and got a lot of helpful input, just wanting to see if I should change anything.
  14. I know the building they used in the 'boro was leased to ATT. They tried the old Fred's building but I think there were a lot of problems with parking.

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