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Give Thanks

‘Tis The Season for Warmth and Comfort

Give Thanks

The holidays are here and so are the family gatherings, lavish meals and the stresses that come with them. With all of the craziness, it’s time to pause and be thankful for the good things in our lives. From family and friends to a roof over our heads, we’re thankful for countless things—one of them being hot water and its many uses. 

Thanksgiving By Numbers

Thirty-nine million families will travel for the upcoming holiday and, in total, the United States will spend $2.3 billion on Thanksgiving feasts. Americans consume more than 45 million turkeys for Thanksgiving, which translates into lots of dishes for lots of guests, some of whom may spend quite a few days with you.

Let Hot Water Help 

Washing dishes in hot water helps break up tough, stuck-on food particles and reduces the amount of dish soap and scrubbing time, allowing you to spend more time with your guests—or enjoying another piece of pumpkin pie.

Washing your dishes in hot water also helps remove grease, leaving your dishes cleaner.  And, hot water dries much more quickly on dishes than warm or cool water. Not to mention that fewer spots and streaks appear on dishes washed in hot water. 

Hot water also helps kill bacteria and germs on dishes, and no one has time to be sick around the holidays. 

Don’t Run Out 

No, we’re not referring to grandma’s legendary stuffing recipe, although that’s important too—we’re talking about hot water. 

We know hot water is important, and running out of hot water can be troublesome and inconvenient—especially when hosting guests. So, stave off that fear with a Rinnai tankless water heater. Tankless water heaters ensure an endless supply of hot water is available for as long as needed. 

And that’s just one more thing to be thankful for.



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