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I have an old state house with a gravity fed hot water system. I would like a new hot water cylinder put in. Ideally it would be mains pressure (or as close as possible).
I understand I'll need to new hot water cylinder electrical plug, and I would like a plug installed in the bathroom at the same time (I installed a pull through cable before putting the gib up - and there's house wiring above the bathroom - should be easy).
There is also a header tank in the roof I would like bypassed.
The toilet is in a bit of a state and looks to be concreted in. I'd like your opinion on this - including any stain removal tips so I can leave it.
The hot water cupboard is 590mm wide X 1,400 high (as is, but could be increased to 1,670mm high easy enough) X 670mm deep.
There is a kitchen drain on the wall behind the cupboard - about 400mm horizontally and the floor to ground level gap is about 450mm vertically.
Would just like the biggest and cheapest hot water cylinder that can fit (not too worries about the cylinder's insulation as I use it as a drying cupboard.
Hope that makes sense - just shout out with any questions.
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