Hot Water Systems – Supply & Install

We can provide honest advice and information to assist you to choose the water heater that best suits your situation, whether you are building a new home or looking to replace your existing hot water system. With a full range of trusted, quality hot water systems from all major brands, we are ready to supply and install the hot water system that meets your needs and budget.

Brands and Types of Hot Water Systems

Campbelltown City Water are your local hot water specialists, with over 20 years experience across the Campbelltown City District. We offer a wide range of brands and types of hot water systems including:

  1. Dux Hot Water
  2. Rheem Hot Water
  3. Vulcan Water Systems
  4. Envirosun Solar Hot Water
  5. Aquamax Water Heaters
  1. Electric Hot Water Systems
  2. Gas Hot Water Systems
  3. Solar Hot Water Systems
  4. Heat Pump Hot Water Systems
  5. Instantaneous Hot Water Systems

Choosing A Hot Water System

You can select from a range of technologies to suit your home, the size of your family, the climate, your budget, the level of efficiency you are after and more. Choosing the right system for you can have big benefits in terms of household energy costs and meeting household hot water needs. As there have been many recent advancements in hot water systems, you may find a hot water system that can save you energy and money and is kinder to the environment.


Solar hot water systems can reduce your hot water systems energy consumption by up to 90%, significantly saving on your power bill. Solar hot water systems are also very environmentally friendly. Most solar systems have either a gas/electric booster to ensure hot water is always available. Although solar systems have a higher up-front cost, money is saved over the life of the system as running costs are fairly low.


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A newer, more efficient type of electric water heater, heat pumps tend to use around one third of the electricity of a traditional electric hot water system. They work by extracting heat from the air and using it to heat the water tank and are compatible with electric systems for installation. They tend to work best in warmer climates although models are designed for cooler climates too.


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Producing less greenhouse gas emissions than electric systems, continuous flow gas hot water is generally considered cheaper to run than electric systems. As water is heated when it’s needed, the system is also much smaller in size. Gas storage systems are also available, with efficiencies tested and listed via star ratings.


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Electric hot water storage systems are reliable and generally offer lower up-front costs, particularly if your existing system is electric. They do tend to have the highest running costs, although off-peak tariffs may be available in your area.


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