Our Guide To Choosing The Best Hot Water System For Your Home
If there is one thing that most of us can’t do without on a daily basis at home, it is definitely hot water!
We can do without the TV or computer for a little while, but if we can’t bathe, shower, put the kettle or do the washing up, our moods are likely to drop significantly and quickly!
Of course, the trick to making sure that you have hot water at home whenever you need it having a good quality hot water system that you can rely on.
Here at Atkin Plumbing, it is our job to make sure that you have such a system. Without further ado, here is a list of tips to remember for choosing the best hot water system in Gladstone.
Understand How Much Water You Need
If you have a household with more than one bathroom, where it is likely that two people might have a shower at the same time, then you need to install a hot water system that is powerful and efficient enough to be able to cope with that multiple outlet stress.
The larger your home and the more outlets you have that need powering, the larger the system you will need. This makes complete logical sense, but just remember to keep it in mind when you are looking at the prices of systems. The cheapest ones are not always going to be enough for your specific home circumstances.
Check The Efficiency Ratings
Make sure to do your research on things like heat-loss figures, which is how long the cylinder takes to cool down, and reheat time, which is how long the cylinder takes to reheat after the hot water is drawn off.
These days that information can easily be found on energy labels that can be found on the units themselves just like on appliances like fridges and freezers.
Talk To A Professional
Ultimately, your best bet is to visit a professional outlet and tell them your specifics, they will be able to recommend which type of hot water system is best for you.
Get In Touch
If you have any questions relating to hot water and specifically hot water in your home, then there will always be a member of our trained and experienced team on hand to talk through your problems and suggest a course of action.
For more helpful plumbing advice, read our previous blog the 3 Most Common Plumbing Problems.