If you get a gas-powered hot water heater, you can save a lot of money on heating the water in your house
Being a employer of a supermarket might mean higher pay than my subordinates, however it consists of constant stress & exhaustion. The owners blame any problems that the store has on my leadership while the employees curse my name in private over decisions that were made with my consideration whatsoever. It’s difficult to be the fall-guy for literally everyone at this business, however they throw money at you to keep you complacent & ignorant of your rights & value as an employee. At this point I’m just biding my time until I can find a replacement job at a better supermarket chain that values their employees a lot more than my current employer. The only take-away at the moment is the holiday bonus I just earned, which I’ll admit is about 10% higher than last year. With 2020 & 2021 being identifiably hard years for retail workers, it was nice getting a slightly higher bonus compensation for my problems. I used some of the money to make an upgrade to my home with a new tankless hot water heating system installation. If you get a gas-powered hot water heater, you can save a lot of money on heating the water in your house. As long as you’re okay with not having hot water in the event of a short power outage, then I can’t guess of a reason to avoid getting a tankless setup if money isn’t an issue. When I asked the plumbing company why I would consider sticking with a tank hot water heater, they said that some people like having constant hot water if they’re showering & the power happens to go out for a few minutes for any reason.