Any opinions on Rheem vs. Eemax tankless heaters?
I need a new tankless for under my vegetable sink. Relay switch went bad on the previous unit.
The small point-of-use heaters only raise the temperature about 20-28 degrees, giving just better than lukewarm water.
I have the wiring in place, 220 line with two separate 40 amp breakers, with two #8 wires, so I'm going to go with a larger unit.
I think I have it narrowed down to eemax and a Rheem.
I'm not sure what type of reputation eemax has. The customer svc technician was excellent, but I'm getting the impression they might be a lesser brand, and wonder if they're known for being cheaply made?
The Rheem technician was good, too, but I'm concerned about a complaint I read online. It was posted by a very unhappy customer who claimed the installer told him Rheem had manufactured and sold a number of faulty circuit boards.
Any advice/opinions would be appreciated. I'm open to other brands, too.