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    • #275919
      MasterPlumbers
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      I am looking for a hot water recirculator to install under a sink of a residential home of a two story, 3000 sq. feet home. What product is recommended for this purpose.

      CCMD

    • #293126
      Retired plbg1
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      Go to this site and use the search. http://www.google.com
      Go to this site and they might sell them. http://www.plumbingstore.com

    • #293127
      Dwpecksr
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      Installing the D’mand System creates a “closed loop” system under your sink.
      When you push the button, or activate the remote control, it starts the pump, removing the cold water that’s been sitting in your hot water line, sending it back into the water heater through the cold water line.
      Simultaneously, the D’mand system fills the hot water line with fresh hot water from the water heater.
      When this hot water reaches the D’mand System, the zone valve closes and the pump shuts off automatically.
      The pump is on no longer than two minutes, bringing hot water to your fixtures four to five times quicker than average.
      Only one pump is needed to supply hot water to your fixtures.
      Our optional wireless remote control unit lets you turn on the D’mand System from any fixture in your home. You get hot water faster at every fixture.

      This is a clear advantage over smaller water heaters that fit under your sink and only bring hot water to one fixture. Unlike more expensive custom systems, The D’mand System works “on-demand –” bringing water only when you need it. This gives you a longer-lasting system that costs far less to run, saves you money, and pays for itself faster!


      What Does It Cost?
      The Metlund Hot Water Demand System costs $387,
      plus $19 shipping/handling, and applicable California sales tax (for CA residents only.)

      This is lower than the suggested contractor’s price, making it a great deal for do-it-yourselfers, contractors, property managers, homeowners associations, and plumbers..

      California residents
      $387, plus $19 shipping/handling and local sales tax.
      Price includes:

      The pre-assembled pump, valve and controller;
      Two Stainles Steel Flex Lines
      The pre-fab kit (soldered T’s, elbows and connectors for easy installation);
      *One wireless remote
      Total cost for California Residents,
      including shipping/handling:
      $406, not including local sales tax.
      Note: We will add your local Sales Tax to each California-based order.



      Non -California residents
      $387, plus $19 shipping/handling and local sales tax.
      Price includes:

      The pre-assembled pump, valve and controller;
      Two Stainles Steel Flex Lines
      The pre-fab kit (soldered T’s, elbows and connectors for easy installation);
      *One wireless remote
      Total cost for non-California Residents, including shipping/handling: $406.



      *Extra remote-control units, available for $25.00, allow you to activate the pump from any room in your house. This is important, because you might want hot water at your kitchen sink, and the pump might be located in your bathroom. The wireless remote activates the system anywhere you need hot water.


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