Gas VS Electric Hot Water Heaters

30 / 01 / 2021

It is not often that one finds themselves searching for gas vs electric hot water heater solutions, except in the instance that your current system breaks down or you move into a new house. Without a hot water heater, you are bound to live an uncomfortable life marked by cold showers and cold tea until the system is repaired or replaced. If you are replacing your system or buying one for the first time, it pays

What Causes a Hot Water to Leak from the Bottom?

13 / 01 / 2021

It could be because of the corroded tank or loose attachment and corrosion on the temperature and pressure relief valve. Water always finds its way out if there’s an opportunity and often, that opportunity gets bigger and worse (especially when it comes to the hot water’s efficiency, the available hot water for use and your monthly energy bills). What causes a hot water to leak from the bottom? Leaks naturally happen no matter how careful we

How Solar Water Heaters Work?

07 / 12 / 2020

Instead of fully relying on gas or grid, efficient solar water heaters can gather up to 80% of their energy requirements from the sun. These systems work by transferring heat to water, directly or indirectly, and the water gets stored in a tank or immediately used (as in the case of tankless hot water). How solar water heaters work Because of free energy coming from the sun for most days of the year, it makes sense

Continuous Flow Water Heater Proving Popular For A Reason

20 / 11 / 2020

This Spring, a popular choice in hot water heater by clients of NSW Hot Water has been our instantaneous water heaters, otherwise known as continuous flow hot water heaters or instant hot water systems. These provide an efficient solution to hot water heating needs and cost between $1,500 and $2,000.  Supplying direct from all major retailers including Rheem, Renai and Dux, we stock a large selection of continuous flow hot water heaters at NSW Hot Water.

Should You Replace the Hot Water by Yourself?

16 / 11 / 2020

Surely you can figure it out if you spend enough time and attention to the task. But, should you just be doing something else like focusing on your work or home living? Also, the hot water replacement and new installation may take more than just a weekend. You know it’s urgent and you want to make sure there will be no problems. Should you replace the hot water by yourself? You also have to know the

What Size of Hot Water Do I Need?

14 / 10 / 2020

One fast way to know the right size of hot water for your household is to contact us here at NSW Hot Water. We can help you make a practical choice and make sure you’ll have enough hot water while keeping everything cost-efficient. What size of hot water do I need? The wrong choice will make you feel frustrated because there won’t be enough hot water (or it’s not hot enough) especially during peak use. You

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