Hot Water Systems

Heat Pump Hot Water Systems.The Experts in Hot Water Systems Information and Installation.

Hot Water Systems have been a major focus of McGrath and Frisby Plumbers and Electricians for almost 60 years.

The vast experience and knowledge that they have accumulated in that time continues to be  instilled into their skilled staff as they stay abreast of knew technologies and innovations which are continually emerging in hot water systems available today.

There are basicallyfive types of hot water systems. Gas, Electric, Tankless and increasingly Solar and Heat Pump hot water systems.

McGrath and Frisby are familiar with all makes and models available on the Australian market today and can recommend the right system for your hot water requirements, whether they be for business or private us, for sinks, showers or both, Or if you need hot water for a lot of people or a few.

There are “horses for courses” and it is wise to find out the best hot water systems for your needs before spending a lot of money on possibly the wrong system. This could potentially add unnecessarily to your ongoing costs.

There are a number of factors to consider when selecting your new hot water system.

Initial costs and running costs.
Government rebates and incentives.
Environmental considerations.
Gas Hot Water Systems.Government regulations.
What system you have now.

The first consideration that comes up when choosing your hot water system is generally the initial cost. However if you make this the only consideration this could lead to false economy. Throughout the life of your system a cheaper upfront cost could lead to far more expense in running costs.

For example upfront coasts for the more traditional electric or gas storage tank systems are usually lower than the more energy efficient Solar or Heat Pump systems. However over the long term the running costs of the energy efficient systems could prove to be significantly cheaper and the environmental impact much less.

Solar Hot Water Systems.Home water heating is the largest single source of greenhouse gas emissions from the average Australian home, accounting for around 23 per cent of household emissions. This environmental impact can be reduced significantly by replacing the traditional electric and low efficiency gas storage systems with an environmental system such as solar, heat pump or high efficient gas storage or continuous flow systems.