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As your local hot water system specialists, we are dedicated to delivering the best hot water tank solutions. Our business has been operating since 1990, and we understand how important dependable and affordable hot water heating systems are for our customers.
As a leading hot water system supplier, we provide both standard and customised residential and commercial solutions. Whether you’re after an electrical, gas, solar or hot water circulation pump system, we’ve got the right option for you.
The Water People can help provide and install a new hot water system or arrange a hot water tank replacement. Whatever you need, we’ve got you covered. We offer a range of different hot water systems, including:
Hot water unit prices start at around $750, but can vary depending on many factors which carry additional costs. To find out more, speak with one of friendly team.
The average Australian home will use about 40–50 litres of heated water per person each day. A system that’s too small might result in a slow flow of hot water and some uncomfortable showers! Alternatively, a system that’s too large for your needs might result in wasted resources and unnecessarily high costs.
To ensure you get the best hot water system for your needs, you might like to discuss the following with your installer:
Hot water systems can be categorised by two main features. The first is the kind of power the system uses. The most common types are electric hot water systems and gas hot water systems. As the name suggests, an electric hot water system runs from electricity drawn from the electricity grid, while the latter uses natural gas.
Other options that are becoming more popular are solar hot water systems and heat pump water systems. A solar hot water system is environmentally-friendly with reduced greenhouse gas emissions. Heat pump systems are also on the cutting edge of green renewable technology.
The second feature differentiating hot water systems is whether they are continuous or instantaneous systems. Continuous flow systems, or tank systems, store heated water in a tank that is, in turn, refilled as the heated water is used. Instantaneous hot water systems, or tankless systems, heat water on demand and don’t rely on storing hot water.
A heat pump water heater functions using the same principle as a refrigerator, only rather than instead of pumping heat out of the fridge to cool it down, a heat pump moves heat into the water to warm it up. Then, using electricity, refrigerant is pumped through the tank, moving the heat absorbed from the surrounding air to the stored water.
We're experts in all kinds of hot water systems and units. Our expert team will provide you all the advice you need to find the right system for your home or business.