Same day solar hot water system installation Sydney.
We supply and install all solar hot water brands including Rheem, Solahart, Edwards, Apricus, Quantum and many more.
In Australia, with our temperate climate and sunny weather, it makes sense to utilise what Mother Nature provides free of charge to heat your hot water. By using solar energy, you pay less than a conventional electric or gas hot water system. Not only is that more money in your pocket, but significantly reduces your global impact and greenhouse emissions. It’s a win-win on all accounts!
At Cheapa Hot Water, we are authorised solar hot water system installers for the major brands. Our solar systems are competitively priced because we purchase large quantities direct from the manufacturers – a saving we can pass on to our customers.
Solar Hot Water Systems
We stock an wide and varied range of solar hot water systems including all the major makes and models. Below is a selection of our most popular solar hot water products. Detailed specifications of other products are available anytime upon request.
325L capacity tank is suitable for 2 – 6 people. 5 year cylinder warranty.
410L capacity tank is suitable for 3 — 7 people. 5 year cylinder warranty.
305 L capacity suitable for 2-5 people. 10 year warranty. Available in 5 Colorbond colours.
The Premier Hiline utilises the S200 collector which provides good performance in all locations.
The Solahart L Series is a roof mounted, open circuit solar water heater specifically designed to provide economical service in medium to high solar gain areas.
The Streamline closed circuit system offers a choice of either the Solahart Kf or J collector.
The Everlast stainless steel storage tanks provide a natural barrier to corrosion and rust, have excellent performance in areas with hard water.
The glass lined storage tanks are made from vitreous enamel with a sacrificial anode.
The Quantum solar heat pump domestic range offers environmentally friendly solar hot water, on tap, day and night.
Solar hot water installation Sydney & Central Coast
Your solar hot water system is an expensive appliance and should only be installed by an experienced and licensed tradesperson. Don’t risk voiding your warranty by using inexperienced, unlicensed labour. Most manufacturers won’t cover the terms of your solar hot water system warranty if it isn’t installed by a licensed hot water plumber.
We have the equipment required to quickly and efficiently install your new solar hot water system or repair your existing one. This saves time and money as we don’t have the additional expensive of hiring expensive equipment or waiting for other trades to be available to complete the job.
We are authorised solar hot water installation and service agents for all brands including Solahart, Edwards, Apricus, Quantum and many more. Deal with the solar hot water experts – call Cheapa Hot Water today.
Is my roof suitable for solar hot water?
When switching to solar hot water, the following are best suited:
1. ROOF SPACE
Most houses will use 2 solar collectors which are around 2m tall x 1 m wide each. That means you need at least 2m x 2m, plus some clearance space on your roof.
For a roof-mounted tank, you’ll need even more roof space .
2. GROUND SPACE
You’ll also need some ground space for the ground-mounted hot water storage tank, if applicable. This isn’t necessary for roof-mounted tanks.
3. NORTH FACING ROOF AREA
It is best if the collectors can be mounted facing north in order to capture the most sunlight. If you’re not sure, use a compass or go to Google Earth to check if you’ve got a north-facing roof area.
The solar collectors will need to be placed in an area of high sunlight and minimum shade. Shade from trees and surrounding buildings aren’t ideal.
Climate can also be a factor when choosing a solar hot water heater. Extreme weather areas that get frost or very high heat will need a product designed to suit the climate.
If solar doesn’t suit your home then a heat pump system is a great alternative. In the industry we call heat pumps “solar without the panels”.