Every household needs an efficient and reliable water heater system as it is one of the most used appliances in a home. We are here to help you get the right water heater for your needs and your building type, adhering to the compliance requirements.
Reach out to us if you are looking for installing/ replacing/ upgrading the old one to a new hot water system. We have the expertise and licensed hot water system specialists to install any type of system you want- be it gas continuous flow hot water, gas storage, electric storage, solar hot water, or a heat pump. We can recommend you various options that will best serve your needs and once you decide, we can get it installed right away.
Hot water systems come in the following types - electricity, heat, gas, or solar pump. Most governments have identified water heaters as some of the biggest electricity consumers at a residential level. While choosing a hot water system for your property, you need to figure out which heating will best suit your daily needs and budget. If you are unsure about which one will give you maximum benefits, we can help you run through the options to make a choice.
Wear and tear in water heaters over time is inevitable. While choosing a hot water system, you should also pay attention to the after-sales and repair services available for the system. We offer not only hot water cylinder installation but also offer repair and maintenance in and around Auckland. Our expert technicians know what is required to get the job done right and save unnecessary additional costs.
Continuous flow hot water system runs on gas and is highly energy-efficient because water is heated only as per the requirement.
Gas storage hot water system heats water fast and is efficient with low consumption. It allows you to store hot water so that you will have access to it even in cases of power failure or later use.
An electric hot water cylinder is a great choice for residences as it heats and stores hot water, plus its easy to install.
Solar hot water systems use solar panels to heat the water. Available as split systems, where the tank is installed away from the panels, or close-coupled systems where the tank is connected to panels on the roof. A gas-electric or electric solar system kicks in to heat the water during overcast days to ensure the continuous availability of hot water.
Figuring out the appropriate water heating system for your home is half the battle. If you're unsure of what water heater will suit your household, our hot water system specialists can provide you with insightful recommendations based on our reviews and experience with different appliances. Check out below the different types of hot water systems we install in Auckland.
In Heat pump water heaters, heat is transferred to the water from the surroundings instead of warming it directly. A compressor works to absorb the heat from the air and transfers it to a storage tank, where the water is heated. It is found to be more energy-efficient as it uses only 30% of the energy of a conventional electric hot water system. The benefit Heat pumps water heater provides is similar to solar powered heaters minus the additional need for roof-mounted solar panels.
If you are looking for an alternative to conventional electric or gas water heaters, EcoPlus Hot Water Heat Pump System is your solution. It is highly energy-efficient and operates like a refrigerator in reverse, absorbing ambient heat from the atmosphere to heat water.
Electric water heaters are easy to operate, making them one of the most popular options for hot water in homes. We offer installation services for vitreous enamel (VE) based heaters. These heaters provide greater corrosion resistance for a wide range of water conditions as the enamel in the appliance is fused with the material instead of being merely coated. Not sure which type of electric water heater would suit for your hot water requirements? Get in touch with us to install a world-class VE water heater for your home or project.
Vitreous Enamel lined hot water cylinders are known for their corrosion resistance against a myriad of water conditions like fluctuating pH levels, MIC (Microbiological Induced Corrosion), effects of chlorides, hard water, etc. The sacrificial zinc/magnesium anode in the heater also protects the cylinder from the harmful effects of unfavorable water conditions. Available in twin and dual-element models, it is one of the most durable hot water cylinders suitable for homes.
Optima Mains Pressure VE heaters come with a colour bond jacket and VE enamel. These are available for both indoor and outdoor installation in capacities from 180L to 400. It is an energy and cost-efficient choice with reliable heat retention for long periods. The 300L and 400L models are enabled with twin heating elements, supplying you with hot water all day long.
Stainless Steel mains pressure water heater is compatible with electricity, heat pump and solar energy. Designed to give around 40L per minute flow rate, these heaters are great for simultaneous use without compromising on the water temperature.
The indirect stainless steel coil heat transfer system in this type of mains pressure hot water storage offers the users ample adaptability to pick their preferred heat source - heat pump, solar or wetback combination. Available in single or dual coil options, the range of heaters is affordable for most households who are looking for an uninterrupted hot water supply.
Low Pressure Vitreous Enamel cylinders are a reliable source of continuous hot water in residences and commercial buildings as it delivers stable water temperature against a wide range of adverse water conditions. It is the most ideal device for areas where heaters with copper or stainless steel is unsuitable.
This conventional copper-lined hot water cylinder can be attached to a wetback. Available in a range of sizes, they also offer three water inlet models choose from (bottom, left and right).
Low Pressure Copper Wetback cylinders are available in different sizes (135L to 270L) and specifications to suit the needs of any household or project looking for a consistent hot water supply in Auckland.