If you’re looking to invest in a hot water system for your home, you may have heard about the possibility of using a waste heat hot water system with a tankless hot water system. But what exactly is this combination, and how can it benefit you?

Waste heat systems are designed to use the heat given off by industrial or commercial processes as a source of energy. In this case, that energy would be used to heat water. The waste heat is captured and used to pre-heat the water before it’s sent to your tankless hot water heater, making it more efficient overall.

The main benefit of combining the two systems is that it reduces the amount of energy needed to heat the water, saving you money on your energy bills. This can be especially beneficial if you live in an area with high electricity costs. For example, if your tankless heater uses 10kW of electricity per hour when operating, using a waste heat system could reduce that requirement by as much as 50%. That could mean an annual reduction in electricity bills of over $500!

In addition to saving money on your energy bills, installing a waste heat hot water system with a tankless hot water system can also reduce your home’s carbon footprint. By reducing the amount of electricity needed to provide hot water for your home, you’ll be helping to reduce carbon emissions and contributing towards cleaner air for everyone.

Installing such a system isn’t necessarily straightforward however – there are many factors involved and getting it wrong could lead to problems down the line. It’s important that you have professional design and installation services for any hydronic heating & cooling systems in order to ensure they are set up correctly and safely.

At Euroheat Australia in Perth we have 30 years’ experience designing & constructing hydronic heating & cooling systems – so you can rest assured that we know what we’re doing! Our expert engineers will design & install all necessary equipment required for a successful installation while providing top-notch customer service throughout. So why not get in touch today and see how we can help?

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