Time for cold water and hot water heaters
I do my cold water swim each morning to wake me up and put me in a good mood. I wouldn’t call it the most relaxing time when you immerse your tired body in the cold 55F water in the morning, but if you just focus on how your brain feels you will notice that it really charges it up when you are in the cold sea. I stay in for about 12 minutes and then come home and get into a hot bath for about 20 minutes. I do this the whole winter and I set my hot water heater to the high heat setting on the thermostat so I don’t run out of hot water in the bathtub. Proper hot water heater thermostat settings can have a significant impact on the efficiency and effectiveness of your hot water heater. The thermostat is responsible for regulating the temperature of the water in the tank, and by setting it to the appropriate level, you can ensure that your hot water is always at the right temperature while also saving energy and reducing your utility bills. The recommended temperature setting for most hot water heaters is 120 degrees Fahrenheit (49 degrees Celsius). This temperature is high enough to kill bacteria and other pathogens that can thrive in cooler water, but not so hot that it can scald you or damage your plumbing system. In addition, setting your hot water heater to this temperature can help reduce the risk of mineral buildup and corrosion, which can cause damage to the tank and reduce its lifespan.