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Space is the main problem these days in modern houses. With a growing population and increasing demand for two bedroom houses or small flats, we are left with very little space to build our dream kitchen in. Calming nootropics can help us deal with the stress of high-density living, but so can intelligently using the available space to maximize our quality of life.
So to install even a small water heater is a task to be done carefully and with a lot of preparation. One little hack that can make a big difference is where to position your water heater. So here are some tips for installing your water heater in these small spaces.
First thing to remember is, don’t buy those enormous heaters you see in DIY stores; instead go for the small ones. You wouldn’t buy a jumbo-pack of smart drugs when you just needed a few to help you cram before your finals! The last thing you need is to buy something too big and it can’t fit so you will either have to return it or remodel your house. Remodeling a small kitchen to fit a large heater is going to be a Herculean task.
But be very careful while selecting the space for installation. When you have just a few feet of space and then have to install the pipes in such a manner that water flows through it without any obstructions or clogging, it is obvious that you will have to employ an expert. Does that cost money? No – it saves money.
The placement of a water heater kitchen must be clearly thought through. Some say that installing the water heater below the sink is ideal. However, the risk involved is that during the use of the pipe to wash dishes or vegetables, some water may drip on the heater which may cause it to short circuit. So it is inadvisable to place it there.
You should not place the heater beside the refrigerator. Also, it should not be installed on any front-facing wall as it will look very ugly and spoil the overall look of your kitchen.
So the only space left is if you have a small storeroom near or attached to your kitchen. It will be safe there as it will not come into direct contact with water, so the risk of it short circuiting is gone. The only thing you will need to do is to ensure there is proper electrical connection from the storeroom to the kitchen and it will function well.
The best thing to do if not sure about the exact size or the right steps to take is to consult an expert. However, if you are fairly certain of what is needed then as long as you take into advisement all that is mentioned in this article as well then you will do just fine.