Usually we can install your hot water system on the day you call us. However there are definitely times we can't achieve that, so we will install a temporary system to ensure you’ve got hot water until we can get you up and running with a permanent system.
Hot water systems come in many technologies, capacities and models, each having their own strengths.
It is important to consider your situation before making a choice. When you call us, we will walk you through your options, give you the right information and advice and provide a free quote.
Gas hot water is available in two systems:
For both systems, customers have a choice of natural gas or LPG.
Heat Pumps have emerged as the next best and practical alternative to solar hot water. They don’t rely on sunlight to operate and are therefore better suited to some buildings and locations.
There are several different brands, installation types and capacities.
If a solar hot water system is an option you are considering, we will be happy to offer a free on-site assessment.
You will need a qualified building professional to walk you through the various systems and help you choose one that is best suited to your property.
Among the factors to consider are:
Our quote will provide a cost comparison of different hot water systems as well as a running cost analysis.
Electric hot water systems are slowly being phased out, but can still be installed in certain circumstances.
They are subject to government regulation and cannot be installed in some residential structures such as:
We are happy to discuss your situation and needs, and offer a solution which will meet legal requirements.