How do you pick a water heater?
I have a 40 gallon natural gas water heater.
It was manufactured in 1969 - yes 1969.
It's not on a drain pan so we've decided it's time for a new one and we are going to install a drain pan while we are at it.
Now .... this thing has been down there for 43 years making hot water. If there was a way to buy one that would last another 43 years I would gladly spend the coin, but it seems water heaters have gone the way of so many other things these days - seems no matter what you buy, you get 5-10 years out of them.
So ... is it really just a case of "buy whatever is on sale at Lowe's" for around $350 or is there a reason to spend $700 to $1000 on some of the ones I see at plumbersurplus.com?
Not going tankless by the way, just want to replace what's there.
The word "there" can appear as a pronoun, as in “over there."
"Their" is a possessive pronoun. In a phrase like “Susan and Bill's car,” it could be used to to make a new phrase: “their car.”
”They're” is a contraction of “they are.” “They are” should always be able to replace “they're.”
Extra Credit: It's "I'm looking for an M3"
not "I'm looking for a M3".