Hot Water Installation
- The type of energy
- The size system you need
- The space available both indoor and outdoor;
- The features needed;
- The temperature control;
Here at Southern Hot Water & Plumbing Specialists, we offer the following systems for your residential or commercial property:
Electric Hot Water Systems
Electric hot water systems are large storage tank often found in a backyard. This type of system can take in a lot of water, up to 400 litres, consistently supplying hot water. This makes it an ideal system for big households with high demands.
Heat Pump Hot Water Systems
If you are in need of a different touch, then this one’s for you! This system uses a combination of electricity and warm air put into heat. Being able to run on renewable energy, this system can save you money as time goes by. In contrast to traditional electric hot water systems, heat pumps are way better in terms of efficiency. They can produce up to three times as much heat energy, making it ideal for home and household needs. Because it depends on warm air, hot conditions are great.
Solar Hot Water Systems
Solar hot water systems get their fuel from the sun’s energy and are surely the most effective and cost-efficient hot water system on the market. The following are some of the best benefits of using solar hot water systems:
- Low running costs
- Low energy bills
- Harnesses renewable energy
- Practical and efficient in sunny areas
Top Reasons to Hire the Experts for Your Hot Water Installation
- Helps in avoiding bigger payment of bills. Flushing your hot watera minimum of once a year or every six months will likely prevent bigger costs on your next utility bill and can lead to less problems. After you flush your hot water, you contribute to reducing your home’s energy use because draining your heater helps to confirm that it’s functioning right and clean water heaters utilize little energy;
- Extending the lifespan of your tank. If you annually fix your hot-water tank, you’ll be able to extend the lifetime of your water heater;
- No Sudden Changes in Water Temperature. Maintaining your tank facilitates in avoiding surprises likecold showers or coming home to a get your home from a broken water heater;
- Maintaining the amount of water. Sediment and mineral build up in your hot-water heater can lessen the amount of water that the tank is capable of storing and providing. By polishing off a simple tune-up, you’re ready to get full use of the tank and increase the new water volume of your tank.