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the amount used with vary with different models of propane heaters, the volume of water being heated, and the amount of hot water used by the household.. the answer is not definative, but you might be able to get a rough idea by "googling" the manufacturer...

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Too broad a question. Need BTUs of heater + how many hours running per day to answer.


By pouring hot water on a propane cylinder you are heating the metal cylinder. The liquid propane in the cylinder is cold and forms condensation on the outside of the cylinder showing the level of propane remaining in the tank much like condensation forming on a glass of ice water on a hot day.


Depends on the size of the house, how well insulated it is, and what in the home is powered by propane.


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A solar water heater relies on sunlight to heat the water. On a cloudy day the amount of sunshine is reduced, so the water probably will not be as hot. Solar PV panels have the same problem. On cloudy or rainy days the amount of electricity generate is much less.


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More than 8 glasses a day is too much water. If you drink too much water, you can drown yourself!


Yes, as the day goes by and the heater and as well as the light are turned on they make the water "disappear".


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Tankless. A tankless heater heats the water as you use it. It doesn't store hot water and keep it hot day and night whether any is used or not. The water is heated almost instantaneously, and the heater will keep the hot water flowing as long as the water is turned on.


there is 20% of water wasted in a day


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t6hey need 20 gallons of water a day


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