Hot Water Repairs and Replacement
We repair and replace hot water heaters. Give us a call if you have a leak, no hot water, slow hot water, or discoloured water. We provide service 24×7 with no overtime costs.!
The average life period of Branded Water Heaters is between 8 and 12 years maximum. It’s probably time to replace your hot water heater if it’s leaking or not heating properly. While we can fix your device, if it’s an older model, it’s likely that replacing it would be more cost effective.
We have a wide selection of storage and tankless water heaters in a variety of sizes to fit your house or business. We’ll assist you in selecting the most energy-efficient model for your hot water needs, and our Skilled Plumbers will install your new appliance swiftly and safely as per Saftey Measures by Goverment.
If we are unable to fix your water heater, we will replace it the same day. We have a big assortment available, with sizes and pricing ranges to suit any need.
iPlumb Peninsula carry well-known brands like Australian Standard and American Standard. There are no hidden fees because all new installations are done at a set rate. Assured 100% satisfaction.
Water heaters are available in a variety of sizes and shapes. All have the same goal in mind: to supply hot water for bathing, dishwashing, laundry, and cooking for you and your family. Water Heaters have traditionally been enormous tank heaters that store significant amounts of water heated by a gas burner or an electric heating element.
We can repair and replace tank-style water heaters made by any reputable manufacturer. With the rising cost of electricity, a tankless water heater or a hybrid heat pump water heater may be worth considering.
According to Consumer Reports, heating water accounts for up to 30% of the average home’s energy budget. Many households are seeking for more Energy-Efficient hot water options, such as tankless water heaters, as the cost of electricity and natural gas continues to rise.
The type of water heater you’re most likely familiar with is a tank storage heater. It heats several gallons of water with either gas or electricity, which is then kept in the tank until needed. Because the water in the tank cools over time, the heating element must continually fire up to reheat it.
If you use a lot of hot water in a short period of time, it may run out, and you’ll have to wait for more to be heated.
Tankless water heaters, on the other hand, heat water as it is used, using gas or electricity. They’re also known as On-Demand Heaters because of this. You’ll never run out of hot water with a tankless system, and you’ll save energy by only heating water when you need it.
Despite the fact that tankless water heaters cost more up front than storage water heaters, they often last more than 20 years, compared to approximately 10-15 years for a storage unit.
I have no hesitation in recommending Kris for his workmanship and excellent customer service. Kris pin point the probleams in 10 min and resolved it in no time. He is very obliging and responds immediately to requests. I will be happy to use the iPlumb Peninsula again. Highly Recommended.