We took possession of our new place on November 10th. November 15th we handed over the keys to our old place. November 21st our hot water heater spews water on the floor. Yep.
So, we kinda figured, after trying our first bath here, that we’d need to be looking at replacing the hot water system here. If your heater can’t produce enough hot water to get the tub to your five year old’s belly button? It’s a good sign it’s not working well. But yeah… todays epic adventure (complete with cat stranded on top of the washing machine terrified and mewing loud enough for the whole neighbourhood to hear as the water crept closer, and in the end trapping her in the laundry room) kinda synched things.
This is not fun. We need to find an eco-friendly professional who understands the need to balance a desire to be as green as possible with a practical need to stick to a budget. Someone who can help us figure out the best system for our family, which may well include multiple options working together to create a system friendly to both our Earth and our pocketbook. I’m not looking forward to having to find said professional in a hurry. This is definitely the kind of search I’d like to take my time with… but I suppose that’s the way it goes.
Here, something fun. Go make food in jars: http://www.bystephanielynn.com/2011/07/50-different-foods-you-can-put-in-jar.html ‘Cause mason jars make everything look cuter and taste better. 🙂