Select this option for free delivery within our ever expanding service area. While Drivers will endeavour to leave the goods in a safe place, Delivery is to the front door or side gate of the premises.Swapped
Select this option to have your new Hot Water Service installed in the same location with the same or superseding model of your current Hot Water System.Included:
*Exclusions will be quoted once images are provided or when the plumber arrives onsiteUpgrade
Select this option to have your new Hot Water Service installed with new valves and pipe work in the same location with the same type of Hot Water Systems as your current one, i.e Replacing an Electric Storage Hot Water Systems with and Electric Storage Hot Water System but not a Gas Storage Hot Water System, Replacing a Gas Storage Hot Water System with a Gas Storage Hot Water System but not a Continuous Flow Hot Water System.Included:
*Exclusions will be quoted once images are provided or when the plumber arrives onsite
What Might vary the Website Prices
As we do our best to allow for most scenarios, and work with you via photos and telephone calls, things that may incure a variation include but are not limited to:
Our quotes are only as accurate as the information we are provide and will outline and quote any variations as soon as they arise
What Valves do I Require?
We supply a 500kpa Pressure Limiting Valve(PLV) with all our Installs as required below
As the minimum PTR Valve supplied is 1000kpa, a 500kpa PLV is supplied.
Why do our plumbers recommend a 500kpa Pressure Reduction Valve(PRV) be installed at the meter?
As per the below Extract from AS/NZS 3500.1 3.3.4, the maximum pressure allowed is 500kpa.
Why must I have a tempering Valve?
Because the Australian Standards states that we must install one as per the below extract
Will I need any other valves?
Here is the suggested installation as per the standards, we offer a general package of valve that suits our customers' needs in our Service Area.