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I recently purchased a large fixer upper with a 135 gallon AO smith gas water heater built in 2001. Only two people are living in the house so we need a fraction of that amount.

###Do water heaters always store their full capacity or is there some way to limit what they store or reduce their cost other than turning the temperature down?

Do water heaters always store their full capacity or is there some way to limit what they store or reduce their cost other than turning the temperature down?

I recently purchased a large fixer upper with a 135 gallon AO smith gas water heater built in 2001. Only two people are living in the house so we need a fraction of that amount.

###Do water heaters always store their full capacity or is there some way to limit what they store or reduce their cost other than turning the temperature down?

I recently purchased a large fixer upper with a 135 gallon AO smith gas water heater built in 2001. Only two people are living in the house so we need a fraction of that amount.

Do water heaters always store their full capacity or is there some way to limit what they store or reduce their cost other than turning the temperature down?

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Can I reduce capacity of a cold water heater?

If you had hot water already you would not need a water heater.
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Can I reduce capacity of a hotcold water heater?

Generalized the subject to make it more applicable to everyone, improved formatting.
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