Here is the deal:   Buy a Rheem tankless water heater from Baker Brothers Plumbing in the month of June and if DFW airport doesn't hit 100 degrees in the month of July, you get it FREE! Temperature at 100 degrees in TexasOK, so when I first heard about this I was extremely skeptical… I have lived in Texas for nearly 20 years and can’t recall a sub-100 degree July! But the truth is that they happen. In fact, the last time Dallas was recorded to have a July under 100 degrees was in 2007. Yep, just three years ago. Baker Brothers is using the official reported temperature from DFW airport and often that temp is below what is reported on the news or how it feels in your memory. Rheem Tankless Water Heater for freeRheem tankless water heaters save on energy and provide you with unlimited hot water. This is because the units don't have to keep a big tank of water hot 24 hours per day 365 days per year whether you need it or not! If your water heater goes out this month or if you were planning to upgrade to tankless anyway, now's the time to get it on the action. It could end up being free!
She is Dallas info: Baker Brothers Plumbing provides full service plumbing services in the Dallas – Fort Worth metroplex.   I am working with Baker Brothers to get the message about this deal broadcast online.   You can follow Baker Brothers on Twitter as @BakerBrosPlmbg and like them on FB.

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  2. And, did you know that there are Federal Tax Incentives (aka an itemized deduction on your taxes for 2011) for installation of certain tankless water heaters? Up to $300. More bonus!

  3. I’ve heard such great things about tankless water heaters. Maybe we should just jump on this chance to possibly get it for free. But don’t be surprised if you find me out at DFW Airport misting icy cold water on the thermometers 🙂