Residential Hotwater Installation & Repairs

Have you ever had your hot water system serviced?

Like all appliances, your hot water system needs to be serviced to ensure it is operating efficiently and correctly. Most people only have their hot water system attended to is when it fails, but Plumbing & Pipeline Solutions recommends carrying out an annual service to ensure you always have hot water when you turn on your tap and minimise an emergency call to a plumber.

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HOT WATER REPAIRS & REPLACEMENTS

Our tradesmen are fully equipped and experienced in installation and repair of all makes and models of hot water systems including Gas, Electric, Solar and Heat Pump. Whenever PPS is called out to attend an emergency for a failed hot water system, we will always provide you with the advice on whether repair is the best economical decision. Sometimes a repair is only minor and very cost effective but if the system is old and has not been serviced regularly it may be best to replace the unit and if this is the case, we will always provide you with a no obligation quote and advice on the best system suited to your needs.

what are the different types of hot water systems?

Plumbing & Pipeline Solutions repair and replace all types of hot water systems and brands.

Gas instantaneous

Gas hot water systems use gas to heat the water. They heat the water as needed and they are cheaper to run than electricity. While it is best suited to have a gas connection to the house but if needed you can also run gas hot water systems with gas cylinders, but at a higher running cost.

What is an Electric hot water system?

Gas hot water systems use gas to heat the water. They heat the water as needed and they are cheaper to run than electricity. While it is best suited to have a gas connection to the house but if needed you can also run gas hot water systems with gas cylinders, but at a higher running cost.

HOW DO SOLAR HOT WATER SYSTEMS WORK?

There are two main types of solar hot water systems: split-system and close-coupled. A split-system solar hot water allows for the solar panels to be positioned on your roof with the water storage tank on ground level. This design provides flexibility in installation and usually does not require any additional reinforcements on your roof. A close-coupled solar hot water system has both the solar panels and water storage tank located on your roof. A thermosiphon method is used rather than a pump to draw the collected heat inside of the tank, heating the water. As the close-coupled solar system has no moving parts it requires less ongoing maintenance.

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