If you’re considering a gas hot water heater then it’s worth taking a look at instantaneous gas hot water systems to see if they may be suitable for your home or commercial facility.
In an instantaneous system, the water is heated by a gas burner as it flows through a coiled pipe. This process only begins when you turn on a hot water tap in your house or office. It only heats the amount of water you need in that moment and a tank is not required. These systems don’t store hot water and this is where their strength lies. With no water stored, there are no heat losses from the tank and no energy required to keep tank water at a particular temperature ready for if and when you will need hot water that day.
The other benefit is that you will never run out of hot water again. Those who usually get by with a small hot water system but find they run out of hot water when a guest comes to stay may benefit from instant gas hot water systems. There are also high-powered, high efficiency units that can service larger households. There are different sized units available and the one suited to you will depend on the maximum number of hot water outlets likely to be used simultaneously.Standard units can generally deliver adequate hot water to one or two points simultaneously.
When weighing up the value of gas hot water heater prices, there are many things to consider. We understand all the different types of systems out there and the benefits and disadvantages of each one – so please don’t hesitate to contact one of our helpful staff members to discuss your needs further and decide if an instantaneous or stored hot water system is best for you.