Good quality, good performance
I had installed a tankless hot water heater from another manufacturer, which failed after 8 years, and decided to get what seemed like a somewhat more expensive, but better quality and higher capacity system. So far, it looks like I made the right choice, because the output has been uniformly hot despite the relatively cold water coming in (this is in the Adirondacks, so the real test will come in winter), and the temperature is easy to adjust. Since I was replacing another tankless heater,
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installation was relatively simple. The wiring was in place (three sets of #8 gauge), but I had to upgrade the three circuit breakers from 45 amps to 50 amps. Adjust the mounting screws on the wall, reconnect the water connections, connect the wires, and I was done.