Under Sink Hot Water System Installations
Time for an under sink hot water unit? These innovative, neat and nifty systems give you a great point-of-use option for steaming hot water at the sink above.
- Need a clever solution for an office or separate dwelling/premises?
- Does your existing hot water system need some help?
- Fancy a cup of tea without waiting for the kettle to boil?
Perfect for a guaranteed supply of reliable hot to boiling water for applications such as washing the dishes, an under sink hot water heater is a great answer way to save money with an ingenious and convenient solution.
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Advantages of An Under Sink Hot Water System
The under sink hot water system:
- Delivers instantly hot water – much faster than the usual wait for hot water at the tap
- For small applications, an under bench hot water system saves you money on power and water while reducing your environmental impact
- Tankless-design reduces your risk of hot water contamination by bacteria, rust, calcium or other tank and pipe sediment
- Is tidy, space-saving and out of sight
- Includes customised temperature control for a vast number of applications/uses.
An under sink hot water solution is easy to afford, install and maintain, saves you both time and money with an ongoing operation, and is the perfect way to make your lifestyle just that little bit more luxurious and convenient.
Another great thing about the under sink hot water heater is its low price and compact size, so it’s perfect for easy and cost-effective installation in tight spaces and tight budgets.
What under sink hot water heaters are available?
Instant electric hot water systems are most common for this application and only use your water and power when you need it.
As there are many types of hot water systems available in the market, choosing the hot water system that is suited for your home can be an overwhelming task. It is always the best to speak to your trusted local plumber to find out what type of water heating would suit your household.
If the convenience of this innovative point-of-use hot water solution sounds enticing, why not get in touch with Ezy-Plumb’s Melbourne hot water system experts. We’ll match the perfect solution with your needs, usage, preferences and budget!
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HOT WATER SYSTEMS FAQ
How much does it cost to replace a hot water system?
How long is a piece of string? That's a similar question to 'how much is a hot water system' - simply because the market is technologically diverse and highly competitive. A simple storage tank replacement will start from $1000 installed depending on the size, but if you're replacing a gas hot water system the unit will be more expensive. A solar system is several thousand dollars but you may get rebates.
What is the most efficient hot water system?
Electric systems are getting more efficient all the time, and gas is slightly more efficient than traditionally powered units. However, the most efficient hot water systems of all are innovative fridge-in-reverse heat pumps or a solar setup that uses free energy from the sun to heat your bath or shower.
What are the different types of hot water systems?
In Australia, we could hardly be more spoiled for choice when it comes to types of hot water systems. There are ultra-efficient modern electric units. Happy with your tankless system or looking to upgrade to space and power-saving instantaneous technology? Both are available in gas, too, but consider stepping it up a notch with 'green' heat pumps and solar systems.
Get in touch for advice on the best type of hot water system for your home or business.
What is the cheapest form of hot water?
If the lowest possible ticket price is what you're looking for, electric tank-based systems still win the day. But gas options are not far behind and they're slightly cheaper to run, whilst a heat pump or solar setup will eventually work out the cheapest with those super-low running costs.
How long should a hot water tank last?
While hot water system lifespan and warranties are typically around the 6-10 year range, you'd be quite unlucky to have to replace your new system before then. Instantaneous units, however, should be expected to last up to 20 years, while gas and instantaneous systems typically have longer lives than standard electric tanks.
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