Electric Hot Water Installation Payneham


At Jack the Plumber, we install, maintain and repair all types of electric hot water systems in Payneham and across metropolitan Adelaide.


No matter what sort of problem you may be encountering, we are here to help. Whether it’s a faulty thermostat, a malfunctioning electric element, or you are experiencing low water pressure or discoloured water, we can undertake the repairs and maintenance you need to get the hot water flowing once again. We also repair leaking or damaged hot water tanks.


For the installation of a new electric hot water system, our experienced team of Adelaide plumbers can advise you on the right sort of system to suit your family’s needs and budget. All of our hot water system installations comply with both manufacturer guidelines and the relevant Australian standards, ensuring that should something go wrong in the future, your system is covered by warranty.

We install and repair all the major brands of electric hot water units that are popular with Adelaide home and business owners, including Rheem, Rinnai, Thermann, Aquamax and Dux.


How does an electric hot water system work?

An electric hot water system features a water storage tank in which the water is heated by an electric element to a set temperature, at which point it automatically switches off. Water stored in the tank can then be used when you need it, and it refills when empty. In addition, if the water in the tank drops below the desired temperature, the element kicks in and begins heating the water once more, so that you are never caught short.


No matter what size or type of property you have, you can find an electric hot water unit to suit your needs. Some are small enough to fit in the bathroom or kitchen, while others have a much larger capacity (in which case, you might choose to locate it outside).


In order to get the most cost-effective operation from your electric hot water system, it can be programmed so that the element only heats the water when the tariff is at its lowest. Being able to set a maximum temperature that the water is heated to also means that you don’t have to worry about the water coming out of the taps in your shower or in the kitchen being too hot to handle.


Call Jack the Plumber for Payneham and Adelaide hot water installations and repairs


For the installation, maintenance and repair of any type of electric hot water system, call Jack the Plumber on 0421 570 166 or get in touch via email.

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