From a one-bedroom apartment to the tallest high-rise in Brisbane city, the team at TRI Plumbing cater to all hot water systems needs. Whether it’s a temporary installation due to breakdown, a new system, repairs or just a general service and checkup, TRI Plumbing’s specialization in hot water systems allows us to beat our competitors on price, availability and ability to do a wider range of hot water systems services, better.
We are the Service agents for Bosch (Mackay only) and Rinnai hot water systems in both Mackay and the Gold Coast, and can service or install any other make or model. Having done this for over 40 years, we’ve pretty much seen it all when it comes to hot water systems.
Regardless of whether it’s for your home, commercial or industrial environment, our team will be able to customize our services to meet your site’s specific needs for hot water systems.
In an Emergency?
If you’ve had a hot water system installed by us, we’ll provide you with free temporary hot water systems until yours is back up and running (excluding callout fee and installation). If you’ve never worked with us before, our response time is under an hour, as we know the time, money and stress involved when hot water systems decide not to work.
We provide servicing to prevent this happening and emergency repairs if it ever does happen so that you can have peace of mind knowing that your hot water systems are looked after by TRI Plumbing.
Plumbing hot water systems refer to the systems that are used to provide hot water for buildings and homes. These systems typically consist of a hot water heater, pipes, and valves that work together to supply hot water to various fixtures and appliances, such as sinks, showers, and washing machines.
General Use Hot Water Systems
The most common type of plumbing hot water system is a storage tank system, where hot water is stored in a tank and then distributed to various fixtures and appliances as needed. The tank can be powered by electricity, natural gas, or propane, and the size of the tank must be carefully selected to match the hot water needs of the building.
Tankless How Water Systems
Another type of hot water system is a tankless system, also known as an on-demand system. This system heats water directly without the use of a storage tank, and can provide a continuous supply of hot water without running out. Tankless systems are typically smaller and more energy-efficient than storage tank systems, but they may not be able to keep up with the demand for hot water in larger buildings.
Conventional and indirect
Both storage tank and tankless hot water systems can be further divided into two categories: conventional and indirect. Conventional hot water systems heat water directly in the tank or heater, while indirect hot water systems use a separate heat exchanger to heat the water. Indirect systems are typically more energy-efficient and longer-lasting than conventional systems, but they are also more expensive to install.
Hot water systems must be properly installed
Hot water systems must be properly installed and maintained to ensure their safety and efficiency. This includes ensuring that the system is properly vented and that there are no gas leaks, which can pose a serious safety hazard. It also includes regularly checking the pressure and temperature of the system, and cleaning or flushing the tank as needed to remove any build-up of sediment or minerals.
Plumbing hot water systems provide hot water for buildings and homes. They can be either a storage tank system or a tankless system, and can be further divided into conventional and indirect systems. Proper installation and maintenance of hot water systems is essential to ensure their safety and efficiency. By choosing the right hot water system and taking good care of it, building owners and managers can ensure a reliable and cost-effective supply of hot water for their building.