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Types of Domestic Hot Water System

There are a few different domestic hot water system types available for a home. These systems are able to work in conjunction with top water heater brands such as Hyco and Bandini. This superior sense of flexibility also allows you to choose the correct system based on very discrete metrics such as the size of the dwelling and the most appropriate type of water heater installation. Let’s take a look at some of the most common domestic systems as well as the advantages that each one has to offer.

Instantaneous Domestic Hot Water System

This type of domestic hot water system will provide you with on-demand heat thanks to the presence of electric heaters and combination boilers. As you might have already guessed, you will be provided with a continuous flow of hot water. The rate of consumption is likewise limited by your fuel supply.

Stored Heat Systems

One of the main benefits of stored heat systems is that they have the ability to offer a higher supply of hot water. This is due to the fact that the heat itself is stored for an extended amount of time. These configurations can also be used in conjunction with existing water heater installations such as solar or gas-powered options. However, you should keep in mind that any excess hot water not used will eventually go cold.

A Mains Pressure Domestic Hot Water System

If you have a smaller home, you may choose this type of domestic hot water system. This is because the presence of apparatus such as a combination boiler is not needed. Sometimes referred to as “dry loft” configurations, mains networks are known for their high levels of pressure. This is often an advantage if monobloc taps are installed or when dealing with upper floors (such as attics). If you have been concerned about tankless water heater costs, mains supplies are a good idea.

Low Pressure Stored Water Systems

In this case, a storage tank is located in the attic or on an upper floor. The tank supplies a separate hot water cylinder. Low pressure systems have the advantage of not being susceptible to fluctuations in the mains water supply. In fact, they can even function for a period of time if the mains water happens to be cut off. The only possible drawback is that their relatively low pressure may require the use of a separate pump when sending water to the upper floors of a home.

As we can see, there are a number of hot water systems to consider. This is why taking into account other aspects such as the price of a water heater installation, the available water heater brands and the associated pressure are important to look at. Of course, the team at Thermal Integration supplies only the latest configurations at highly competitive prices. Whether you want to learn more about tankless water heater costs or your home needs a total upgrade in the near future, we are always here to help. Please give us a call to speak with a member of our team.

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