Indicative Signs of Hot Water System Thermostat Failure

Blog | July 9th, 2018

The hot water thermostat is failing, so says a number of alarming warning signs. The tank is fine, completely free of leaks, but the temperature controller is on the brink of a system-undermining breakdown. Happily, if you can identify the signs of this unfortunate control circuit defect, there’s every chance of addressing the problem before […]

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Important Factors to Consider When Choosing Electric Water Heating System

Blog | June 22nd, 2018

Choose wisely when you’re shopping for an electric water heating system. Tank capacity and energy efficiency are both important factors, naturally, but have you thought about the strengths of that powered water heater? To be sure, electricity is a common energy source. It’s easy to find because it’s already powering the lights and electronics in […]

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Is Gas Water still Practical to Use?

Blog | June 8th, 2018

It’s good to know your heating options ahead of time. That way, you know the installation costs, the long and short-term benefits associated with each solution, and you gain an insight into the mechanisms that will heat your particular home or commercial setup. Take gas water heating, for instance, a system that delivers instant piping […]

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How Do Heat Pumps Work?

Blog | May 21st, 2018

Like a refrigeration system in reverse, heat pumps perform as clever energy conversion appliances. They pull warmth from the air, so a temperate climate is required to operate one of these systems. Australia, as anyone can confirm, is a warm nation, which means the equipment works around here without trouble. That’s all very nice, but […]

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Gas Hot Water System Maintenance: What NOT to Do?

Blog | May 9th, 2018

Treated properly, gas hot water systems are safe and efficient. A glimmer of a risk factor appears, though, if the equipment isn’t correctly maintained. Household owners and heating engineers minimize such risks by compiling instructive guidelines. They tell techs and system owners how to care for this advanced heating system. In this article, then, we’re […]

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Solar Water Heater System: Common Problems and How to Tell When Servicing Is Required

Blog | April 26th, 2018

Solar water heater systems are an efficient and cost-effective manner to provide a continual supply of hot water to homes. These systems operate by collecting the sun’s energy through panels that are positioned appropriately on your roof or another location on your property. Today, these heating systems have become more reliable and durable than their […]

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Winter Preparation Tips for Hot Water System Owners

Blog | April 10th, 2018

Take a break from sweeping falling autumn leaves. The season is about to change. This is the perfect time to prepare your hot water system for winter. Like a child who’s getting his very first winter jacket, you’ll proactively bundle up your tank, insulate the pipes, and mollycoddle that system. Presented as a series of […]

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Easy and Successful Water Heater Tips that Every Owner Should Know

Blog | March 27th, 2018

Every hot water heater owner needs a list of care and upkeep tips. The information should be practical, not based on vague directions. They have to serve a real purpose. Having provided this introduction, here are the tips and tricks, the information sweeteners that will transform keen amateurs appliance caretakers into successful water heater owners. […]

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Hot Water System Installation in Melbourne: Maximising Cost and Savings on Energy

Blog | March 14th, 2018

In Melbourne, many homes rely on either electric, gas, or solar hot water systems to heat the needed water for bathing, washing clothes, and for cleaning dishes. However, not all hot water system installation in Melbourne costs the same, or are as efficient to operate, some are more cost saving on energy than others. Although, […]

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Common Causes Why Water Heaters Fail

Blog | February 27th, 2018

A water heater failure, an incident we all dread, has taken place. Instead of using a knee-jerk reaction to call out the repair engineer, why not wait a minute? Stop and consider the cause of the failure. Everything being equal, there has to be a logical reason for the breakdown. What common faults trouble water […]

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