How hot should you set your hot water heater temperature? Under Australian law the internal temperature of a hot water heater must be set at 70 degrees celsius. This temperature kills harmful bacteria and preserves a safe operating temperature for your hot water system. We would strongly discourage inexperienced people from adjusting their hot water […]
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In our ‘hot water troubleshooting tips’ series we try to provide solutions to the most common problems people encounter with their hot water heaters. If your hot water isn’t hot enough, or you are running out of hot water too quickly, it may pay to adjust the temperature of your hot water thermostat. Step 1 […]
Did you know that your hot water tank should be serviced every five years? There are a number of ways you can ensure the safe working operation of your hot water heater, whilst also increasing the cylinders longevity, therefore saving you both money and inconvenience. Your hot water heater service should be carried out by […]