Replacing an old or broken hot water system can be a costly endeavour. However, by calculating the cost of a new system in advance, you can make sure that you are getting the best deal possible. In this blog, we will outline eight steps to help you calculate Hot Water System Price Sydney and the different ways we at Sydney Hot Water Systems can help you out.
How to Determine the Cost of your Water System
There are several things you need to consider when trying to determine the cost of a hot water system. Household needs, unit type and size, installation costs, and further costs, are all things you need to keep in mind when trying to do the math of how much it will all cost.
The first step is to determine if your current water heater is large enough and energy-efficient. You could be spending too much on your home’s water heating if you don’t evaluate this. Our professional staff of trained service specialists can analyze your family’s true requirements with day-to-day hot water usage. Different lifestyles and routines affect the type or size of the water heater that is appropriate for a family. Oftentimes some households continue to use the water system that was in place when they first moved into their homes. However, it is not always ideal to use the same water system since it may not be suited to household needs.
Unit Type & Size
The second step is to choose the right tank-type water heater. There are many types of water heaters on the market, and you need to select one that is best for your needs. Each different water system unit will affect the price. Depending on this, costs will vary. The size you require will be based on the size of your household and your water usage. Whereas the unit will be based on the types of energy available to you – electric, gas or solar.
Electric Water Heaters
Electric hot water systems use electricity to heat the water. Tanks can contain anywhere between 24 and 400 litres of water. These sorts of systems are usually priced from $450 to $1,800, with bigger storage tanks earning higher prices. Electric water heaters are great because they are easy to maintain. They also come in a variety of sizes to fit most homes and can be installed almost anywhere in your home.
Gas Hot Water Systems
The gas hot water systems burn natural gas for energy, which heats up the water. Gas water heaters can range from anywhere between $850 to $1,500. Bigger tanks will generally cost more. Gas water systems are good because they provide a continuous flow of hot water. They can also be cost-effective in the long run.
Solar Water Heaters
Solar hot water systems are increasingly popular as more consumers become concerned about the environment. These systems are especially prevalent in locations that receive a lot of sunshine throughout the year. Solar water heaters may be more costly to install than other technologies, so you would expect to pay above $3,600 for the system.
Water heaters with heat pumps operate much like heating systems of the same style, extracting heat from the ambient air to warm the water in the tank. This form of the water system is great for energy efficiency, which makes these water heaters affordable to operate. This type of system will typically run between $3,300 and $4,000. As with the other styles, larger tanks come at higher prices.
The next step is to consider the installation costs. Installation fees for water heaters vary, so it’s important that you get a few estimates before making your decision. Generally, the installation will cost between $200 and $750. The good thing about us at Sydney Hot Water Systems is that we have a standard fee of $440 for every installation.
A tempering valve mixes hot and cold water to produce the ideal temperature for distributing water to sinks and showers. If your home doesn’t have one, you will need to install a tempering valve to make sure the water is consistent and safe for all members of your family. The cost of this installation ranges from $200 to $500. However, we offer a standard fee of $185 for tempering valve installation.
What We Offer
At Sydney Hot Water Systems, we have kept things easy to understand and fully transparent- there are no hidden fees.
Example of how to Calculate Costs
Below we will look at an example of how to calculate your overall fees. Let’s say you are interested in purchasing the Aquamax 125L Stainless Steel Electric Storage Hot Water System. First and foremost, we consider the price of this system, installation costs, and additional costs of a tempering valve. Altogether this would come to $1,335. If you also require the removal and disposal of your old water system, this would be an additional $69.
Calculating the complete cost of your purchase can be done quickly and effectively through the transparency of our prices. If you have a specific water heater system in mind, you can use the example provided to help you to figure out how much you should expect to pay. The most difficult part about this process is being able to decide on which system is right for you and your household. We can help with that.
Decide Which Heater is Right for you
Understanding the differences between each unit and design can be difficult to grasp. Especially if you have no prior knowledge of how water heaters work and the different types that exist. We can help you to understand the benefits that each system has to offer so you can make an informed decision on which is best for you. We will ask a series of questions to help you pick out the right system for your household.
Sydney Hot Water Systems for your Water Needs
Once you have chosen the system that suits your needs, our team of hot water installation experts will take care of the rest- from start to finish. You can be sure that we pride ourselves on providing a high-quality service with a focus on customer satisfaction. If you are on the market looking for a new water heater system, call us today so we can guide you on making the right purchase.