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Vulcan 160L Electric Hot Water Heater <span class="deliveredinstalled"></span>
Vulcan 135L Natural Gas External Hot Water Heater <span class="deliveredinstalled"></span>
Vulcan 80L Electric Hot Water Heater <span class="deliveredinstalled"></span>
Vulcan 250L Electric Hot Water Heater <span class="deliveredinstalled"></span>
Vulcan 50L Electric Hot Water Heater Hardwired <span class="deliveredinstalled"></span>
Rheem 315L Electric Hot Water Heater <span class="deliveredinstalled"></span>
Rheem 135L Natural Gas External Hot Water Heater <span class="deliveredinstalled"></span>
Rheem 80L Electric Hot Water Heater <span class="deliveredinstalled"></span>
Rheem 50L Electric Hot Water Heater Hardwired <span class="deliveredinstalled"></span>
Rheem 250L Electric Hot Water Heater <span class="deliveredinstalled"></span>

Hot Water Heaters

It all depends on your requirements. You must make sure that the unit/s will meet your hot water needs each day especially during peak and simultaneous use. You also must think about energy usage and long-term running costs. Instant hot water systems are good for small households and low requirements (no 2 bathrooms or appliances use hot water simultaneously). But if you still prefer this system because of its minimal heat wastage, you can install 2 or more such units so you can be sure you’ll be having enough amounts of hot water. If you choose a conventional storage water heater, make sure that the energy source is more affordable (e.g. natural gas, LPG). Electric-powered ones (whether storage or instantaneous ones) have high operating costs which can translate to hundreds of dollars of additional expenses each year. For economic and sustainability reasons, you can also find solar-powered units that can be boosted by gas. Aside from the unit itself, it’s also good to pay attention to the installation of the hot water system. Qualified plumbers and/or gas fitters should do the job to ensure safety and reliability. When it comes to pricing, it’s good to ask for upfront quotes (are the parts already included?). You can also ask for available rebates and incentives in your area when purchasing a hot water unit for your home. You might get a better deal if you choose solar-powered units. Apart from saving money upfront, you also help the environment because you’re using energy from a renewable source. Over many years we have continually been tasked with finding the right design solution to match custom situations or fitting with existing bathroom fixtures, and we have done it successfully every time. If you need more information to make a more informed decision on what you would like to purchase, do not hesitate to contact The Bathroom Place® and ask an expert.

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