Here’s Why Choosing an Efficient Hot Water System is Important


The annual running costs of hot water could reach as high as $1,600. In certain months the bills might be lower but expect in cold winter months when the bills get really surprising. It’s especially the case in the use of electric hot water systems. After all, electricity won’t get cheaper anytime soon. The costs related to the burning of fuels and distributing the generated power will continue to rise for the next coming years. Also,

Saving Money on Hot Water Running Costs: Here’s How to Do It

15 / 10 / 2018

Costs: Here’s How to Do It Up to $1,600 each year go to paying for the running costs of a hot water system. Here in NSW, up to 30% of the total household energy use is just for the hot water. It’s no wonder why most of us focus on the energy usage of our hot water systems. After all, it takes a huge percentage of our monthly and annual energy bills. If we can just

Storage or Instant Hot Water System? Which is Better?

14 / 06 / 2018

Storage or instant hot water system? Which one will allow you to save money in the long term? What are the pros and cons? Here in this comprehensive guide let’s discuss the answers to those questions. This way, you can choose the hot water service that will yield the highest return on investment. Let’s start. Choosing a hot water system In general (no matter the type or brand of your hot water service), the choice depends

Save on Water Heating Costs by Making a Wise Choice

14 / 05 / 2018

How to save on water heating costs? Approximately 12 to 25 percent of your household energy bill might be because of your water heater. The expenses will accumulate and this goes on month after month. To reduce energy use, it’s best to start with an energy-efficient water heater in the first place. If your old water heater has been in service for 10-20 years, it’s recommended to replace it with a modern unit (which could be

Here’s a Complete Guide on How to Select a New Water Heater

28 / 03 / 2018

How to select a new water heater? Consider the size, capacity, energy source, upfront cost, long-term operating costs and energy efficiency. Other customers also consider other factors such as difficulty of installation and additional costs on disassembling the old system and putting in the new water heater. Here in this comprehensive guide let’s discuss those factors and compare the pros and cons. We’ll also talk about the possible cost savings when choosing one option over the

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