As you may remember, we contracted a while ago with MegaHydronics to replace our failing hot water system. The time for installation has finally arrived.
The project is scheduled to start on Thursday, November 26th, but there should be no hot water disruption for the first three days. Then we expect two or three days hot water shut down, but not in a row. Water interruption on those days will be from 9am to 5pm.
The first day of shut down will likely fall in the first week of December, to disconnect two of the four old tanks (one already not working). Water will then be turned back on, and the two remaining tanks will continue to run as new boilers and one tank are installed. Water will not have to be shut off again until the new boilers and tank are ready to be connected to the building pipes, roughly one week later.
Once the new boilers and tank are ready to be connected, MegaHydronics will schedule another day of hot water shut down from 9am to 5pm. They will then remove the two remaining old tanks and install a second new tank without any shut down.
In short, MegaHydronics expects to complete the project with two days of hot water shut down, both between 9am and 5 pm. One will be in the first week of December, and the other in the second or third week, depending on work flow and productivity.
Please note that it is the retrofit of an old system, and unforeseen problems could alter this schedule. However, we expect to be able to provide you more accurate shut-down notices a few days ahead.
We thank you for your patience and understanding.