There are 3 x different types of Hot Water Systems as follows Gas hot water heater system Electric hot water systems Instant hot water heaters Do you currently have no hot water? Contact us now as we operate a 24/7 plumbing service throughout Wagga Wagga & surrounding areas. We can assist with your hot water repairs, service and replacement.
If you’re looking for advice to install a new hot water unit, we can be of assistance advising which heater type best suits your requirements. The team at Garry Batemans Plumbing are trained and experienced plumbers meaning your hot water needs are in great hands. As general advice (if you’re currently considering a new hot water service) take into consideration the size, energy and cost. Also consider the current as well as future size of your household. Different brands can affect the efficiency of hot water heaters and whilst some units might cost more upfront, they could well save you money long-term.
iStore Air to Energy
For the average Australian household heating water accounts for up to 30% of the total energy usage. The iStore saves you hundreds while saving the planet!
The advanced energy efficiency technologies and built in smart features in iStore ensures you’re provided with clean, safe, and economical hot water all year round.
Unlike traditional water heaters that use 1kW of energy to produce 1kW of heat, the iStore utilises that very same 1kW of energy and heat pump technology to generate 4kW of heat – saving you up to 75% of your hot water costs!
iStore is so efficient, it is classified as a renewable energy product, the Australian government provides STC incentives to assist replace older technologies such as gas or electric hot water systems.
iHeat Hot Water Systems
iHeat’s roof mount solar hot water heaters are traditional close-coupled thermosiphon systems, combining roof mounted solar collectors and storage tanks, which are ideal for applications that are short of available ground space. Roof mount systems are highly efficient and use natural thermal convection to circulate hot water from the collectors to the tank without the need for electric pumps.