Hot Water Systems | Simone TV: Episode 20
There are many options that you have when selecting a new hot water system for your home. Daniel goes through some of the more common hot water systems and some of the newer options you may want to consider when choosing or replacing a hot water system in your home.
Recessed Hot Water Systems
We’ve the recessed Rinnai Hot Water System box here. The bricklayers are going to brick it in – they can do this becuase it is recessed. For a system that is not recessed, it sticks out from the wall and don’t look very flattering.
What happens here is that here’s the gas, all the hot water, and the electricity. So the box will sit-up here and the cover will go in here. So, it’s nice and recessed and its finishes are all flushed.
And you know what, we are actually quite lucky because we can actually see a finish one. Let’s go next door and have a quick look.
They might be a bit tough to see, but here it is the actual finish. All these pipes are concealed, and the water system is in the upper part; nice and flushed. It’s a lot nicer than the ugly looking thing before.
Other types of systems
Now, there are a lot of different ways that you can actually install your hot water systems. A lot of you might remember those real old big ones. There are really big hot water systems. They are sometimes located inside your house, sometimes they’re outside your house. They have certainly come a long way from the big, bulky, ungly units that they once were.
In the comments below, let me know what hot water system you got. I’d love to hear about the old ones that you’ve got. Even if you do have those old ones, you can replace them with these new ones, and you can speak to you plumber about that. If you want, ask me a question in the comments below and I can point you in the right direction.
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