Heat pump: A heat pump does not generate heat directly, instead it uses a small amount of electricity to heat the water heater. It evaporates the heat from the environment and vaporises it. The evaporator heat exchanger pumps the cold water and returns it to the storage cylinder or tank in the form of heat. This needs good ventilation. Should you find any problems with your heat pump, call our expert plumbers.
Mains pressure: Storage water heaters operate on mains pressure. This means that just like cold water, hot water is also available with the same pressure at a constant flow rate. But if there is any problem with the fittings or pipes, our plumbers located in the Glenbrook area, can solve this problem.
Constant pressure: It is also known as gravity feed and is also a type of storage water heater. It supplies water with less pressure as compared to mains pressure. Consequently, it depends on the height of the storage tank and where the point of use is. Sometimes a tank faces corrosion. If that is the case, you need to call an expert plumber who can rectify the issue.
Existing water heater: Sometimes the existing hot water system is not heating up enough. Our expert plumbers can either repair or replace your system with a new one if necessary. The system can also easily be converted to solar or gas depending on availability and climate etc.