RUSH: People asked me, ‘Rush, when’s the next Rinnai Tankless Water Heater commercial coming?’
I said, ‘There happens to be one coming up in the next hour.’
I’m getting e-mails about it. What a great time! How can you, if you are in the millionaire bracket — and many of you may not be, but you might want to be — offset your tax increase? Easy. The Rinnai Tankless Water Heater. It is cheap to operate. There’s little up-front cost. In fact, friend of mine just put one in, was getting one put in, and priced it out. The way you do this, where she got hers you get it through the gas company. You don’t actually go to a store and buy the water heater. You go to their website, find out where you can get one put in and so forth. The gas company does it in her case, and what they do is prorate the cost of the water heater in the monthly gas bill over an 18-month, two-year period. Check out what you want, or you can pay for it in full up front.
Regardless, though, it’s the fastest way to save money because it heats water only when you need it! And it works. You can have as many showers going, as many as laundries, washing machines going, dishwashers and so forth, and if a fifth person needs to take a shower, if you have that many, the water will be there. You don’t pay to have it stored. You can find out how much you can save with a Rinnai Tankless Water Heater by going to their website, ForeverHotWater.com; calculate it for yourself. It really is fascinating technology, and it works. I mean, you wouldn’t drive a Model T today, but your old water tank in the basement or wherever it is, is one. ForeverHotWater.com with a Rinnai Tankless Water Heater.