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ether.real

Any opinion on Reliance brand electric water heaters?

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ether.real   
ether.real

Local Electrical supply store sells this model of water heater at a very competitive price, and its got the best EF (0.95) and average kwhw/yr rating of any models I have seen locally.  Never heard of the brand before, though, so I thought I would present this to the local Samurai masters to see what they thought...

http://www.reliancewaterheaters.com/prod/e-1212.html

Thoughts?

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telefunkenu47

I think electric water heaters is kind of like picking your favorite Menendez brother. Tomato, tomahto. I generally install State water heaters with the turbo dip tube.Seem to hold up pretty well.

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