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#1 posted 02-16-2018 08:30 PM

If gas, you can enclose it remembering to leave enough room (a door big enough and not to small that it ticks off the installer) for when it has to be replaced. If gas and you enclose it, you will need to install combustion air venting in the top and bottom of the enclosure.

Electric doesn’t require combustion air venting and can also be enclosed, remembering to leave enough room to replace it when the time comes.

It’s your call if you want to enclose it. Alot of the newer gas water heaters all have sealed burner chambers.

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