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[Home Depot] YMMV $207 - Rheem 63 Gal. Electric Water Tank

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[Home Depot] YMMV $207 - Rheem 63 Gal. Electric Water Tank

YMMV as this price is only available at the Etobicoke South Home Depot store, good luck!

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Whoa, you can ship to that store for free and pick up. Could be a very hot deal for those in GTA. For the rest, it's $199 shipping on top, which is still not bad. Just change your favorite store to Etobicoke South.
Might not ship though.

Edit, actually, shipping depends on location. $199 is for Vancouver region, if you choose Ottawa, then it's $94, Montreal/Calgary/Edmonton: $49!
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Electric heater tanks are better than natural gas?
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kunamvahees wrote: Electric heater tanks are better than natural gas?
It depends on your specific use case and preference. Gas is typically cheaper than hydro in the long run.
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kunamvahees wrote: Electric heater tanks are better than natural gas?
Depends. Easier to install most likely. Decent if you have cheap electricity(or solar) / no access to NG.
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seafish wrote: Whoa you can ship to that store for free and pick up. Could be a very hot deal for those in GTA. For the rest, it's $199 shipping on top, which is still not bad.
Might not ship though.

Edit, actually, shipping depends on location. $199 is for Vancouver region, if you choose Ottawa, then it's $94, Montreal/Calgary/Edmonton: $49!
I had looked at shipping, and it broke the deal for me (not that I was really looking for a tank).
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wow this is a smoking hot deal, but reading reviews , looks like there's a reason why its discontinued, if this was 40 gallons, i would of jumped on it, but 63 gallons and all the gadgets its overkill for my use and keeping it constantly heating water at (x2) 4500 watts each, will be more expensive in long run than the savings, but smoking hot deal none the less
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Bought one, I have an old 20 years old gas water tank
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MTL-TechY wrote: wow this is a smoking hot deal, but reading reviews , looks like there's a reason why its discontinued, if this was 40 gallons, i would of jumped on it, but 63 gallons and all the gadgets its overkill for my use and keeping it constantly heating water at (x2) 4500 watts each, will be more expensive in long run than the savings, but smoking hot deal none the less
This.

Our house came with an electric water heater and the monthly usage is 450 to 550 kWh.
Any savings will be washed after one year of operation.

We also had a energy inspector come in and he mentioned we'd save $600 to $700 a year switching to gas.
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kaisin82 wrote: Bought one, I have an old 20 years old gas water tank
You are crazy to replace a gas with electric
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kaisin82 wrote: Bought one, I have an old 20 years old gas water tank
How come, my insurance company told my hot water tank Is 12 years old, should be replaced to keep policy active
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kaisin82 wrote: Bought one, I have an old 20 years old gas water tank
How come, my insurance company told my hot water tank Is 12 years old, should be replaced to keep policy active
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kaisin82 wrote: Bought one, I have an old 20 years old gas water tank
Enjoy your $400/mth electric bill.
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When our gas water tank died, we contemplated on gas or electric, but since for gas tanks, you'd need a licensed gas installer, it would be more expensive to install especially if you have to install a different exhaust or chimney.., and when we were told that if we do gas install, it would take a couple of weeks for an appointment and that would mean we will have to be without hot water for weeks...

We opted to replace it with an electric tank instead, as it doesn't need a chimney or exhaust .. and all we needed was for an electrician to install wiring from the electric panel to the tank... It would be a bit more expensive in the long run, but if our water heater tank breaks in the future, I can probably replace the tank myself as it would just be a simple switch from old to new tank...
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kaisin82 wrote: Bought one, I have an old 20 years old gas water tank

Some crazy posts here but seriously it is more expensive to run a electric hot water tank versus natural gas according to direct energy site when they compare the cost of natural gas versus electric its a total cost of $214 per year more on average.

https://www.directenergy.com/learning-c ... heater-use

Your insurance company does not care what your utility cost is they just want you to buy a new tank so you dont have any claims from your old tank letting go.

You can always cancel the order if your having second thoughts.
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Some of us do not have gas available so this is an outstanding deal... and with 9 year warranty to boot. 340 all in with the 90 extra shipping for me was a no brainer as this is still cheaper than the cheapest 39 gal electric with NO warranty at all.
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Thanks for all the heads up everyone
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MTL-TechY wrote: wow this is a smoking hot deal, but reading reviews , looks like there's a reason why its discontinued, if this was 40 gallons, i would of jumped on it, but 63 gallons and all the gadgets its overkill for my use and keeping it constantly heating water at (x2) 4500 watts each, will be more expensive in long run than the savings, but smoking hot deal none the less
Yes there are 2 heating elements but only one is turned on at any given time. Either the top element or bottom element.

Hot water tanks do not constantly heat water. They have thermostats to regulate the heating elements. This is true for gas and electric water heaters.
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caltran wrote: Enjoy your $400/mth electric bill.
lol @ these claims that an electric water heater will skyrocket your electric utility bill.
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caltran wrote: Enjoy your $400/mth electric bill.
I have a 60 gallon electric tank and my total utility bill (including gas for heat) is $225 per month...

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