You are heading towards the kettle subject which could do with more discussion imho
Update: Our village house on Lamma has hot water in the kitchen. Take that peasants!
Now we just have to get to grips with this slow and limited water heating system.
also a strange advantage, as it's remote village, the cold water supply/pipes appear to laid either close to the ground surface, or exposed pipes for miles from the distributing pumps, thus, during summer, very warm water from cold water taps for free
great for showers
Last edited by imparanoic; 01-04-2014 at 04:05 PM.
best way is to get electrician to install an automatic timer to turn on the boiler around your family lifestyle ( best electronic digital one with 7 day calendar) for winter for minimal hassle, thus, pre heat the boiler before you and your family arrives home
I'll just go for the AFAFP method as suggested by wtb. I get the ferry from next to IFC anyway and have splashed out on gym membership at Pure IFC.
So if you see someone stumble into Pure one morning in pyjamas, smelling like last night's beer, muttering something about hot water, that's me
How's that any different just because you've moved to a village house, JJ?? ;-)