6 in one hand, half dozen in the other?????
We moved to a rental home that has the hot water heater turned up higher than we have had in the past, and it got me to thinking if it there is no differnce really if I turn it down or leave it high.
Turning it down would seem to then mean we would turn the faucet toward hot more and thus use more water thru the heater and cause it to have to heat more water up and for prolly longer cycles. Leaving it high would mean faucet is more toward the cold side, less water goes thru the heater, but it will need to cycle on for more frequent but shorter heat cycles to maintain the higher temp.
So what do you think, zero sum gain either way? or not. Please enlighten me if I am incorrect, since I never claim to know everything, I willingly seek to be edjumacated.
Truck specs:2001 D-cab Taco with solid axle conversion, front and rear 65" wide Diamond axles, Tundra 8 inch rear w/ARB, H.P. front w/ARB 30 spline Long's, full floating rear from FROR and blah blah blah, IE lots-a cool stuff.