Water heater bypass installation
In the next few weeks I'll be installing a new water heater and would like to install a bypass kit while I'm at it. Here's my problem... Once installed, in my center bath configuration, there is no access to the rear of the water heater to turn the bypass on and off. The water heater is located behind the "lavatory skirt" which is fixed in place with rivets.
I was thinking of trying to install some sort of access door to the bypass, but wanted to see if anyone else out there has dealt with this problem.