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PeterSouth East Queensland, QLD

Piping Hot Water!



cherubSouth East Queensland, QLD

  • 26 reviews
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Good value, if not going for solar.If like me the system is inside the house this uses little space.
The size is great for medium sized family-4 to 5. Have had it for almost 2 electricity accounts & kilowatt usage is down from the old smaller (140litre)system. Never has run out of hot water even with extra 2 people visiting.
Nothing really, just hope it lasts for some years.

Questions & Answers



Hi, Not sure of the model number, but how do the running costs compare between the single element aquamax 315 3.6 kw and the double element one?

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Ian M.

Ian M.asked

Unit appears to have stoped working has power but not heating?

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Hi, just wondering how your running costs have gone since installing this. I have an old unit (125L?) that costs a bomb. Trying to figure out if new models really are cheaper more efficient? Cheers

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Hi, has been reasonable energy efficient for a storage system. A lot better insulated than an our older model so once it heats up it holds heat. It is inside a cupboard which I use for air drying any damp clothes. Doesn't give off nearly as much heat a 2 previous systems. Of course electric storage units are not the cheapest hot water. On demand gas is probably best but I don't have gas going past & would need tanks delivered. Keeps up to our demand of 4 adults (2 being in their 20s showering twice a day). Average usage over the year is 600 KWs per quarter. Hope this helps.

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