If you’re looking for ways to make your existing heating system more energy efficient and cost effective, you may want to consider installing a waste heat hot water system. These systems use the hot water from your heating system to provide hot water for showers, baths and taps, in turn reducing the amount of energy used to heat water.

The best way to ensure that your waste heat hot water system is compatible with your existing heating system is to work with experienced engineers and installers. Euroheat Australia have been designing and constructing hydronic heating and cooling systems for over 30 years, so they know exactly what needs to be done. They will design a solution that fits in with your existing system, using the most up-to-date technologies available.

One benefit of installing a waste heat hot water system is that it can reduce your energy consumption significantly; some studies have shown an average energy saving of around 25%. This can translate into real cost savings; if you’re currently spending $200 a month on energy bills, a 25% reduction could see you save up to $50 each month. Not only that, but it can also help reduce your carbon footprint too.

Another option is to install a heat and chill recovery system. This works by transferring heat from one source (such as air conditioning) to another (such as radiators). This process helps reduce the amount of energy needed for cooling or heating as it transfers the heat from one source to another without using additional energy sources. Again Euroheat Australia can design and install such systems tailored specifically for your home or business premises.

In some cases, installation of these systems may qualify you for government grants or rebates. In Australia, most states offer rebates on the installation of solar or other renewable energy systems which can help offset the cost of installation.

When looking into installing either a waste heat hot water system or a heat and chill recovery system, it pays off in the long run to work with experienced professionals who understand both how these systems work and how they fit in with existing infrastructure such as radiators or air conditioning units. Euroheat Australia are Perth based engineers & installers who specialise in this area; their expertise will ensure that whatever solution you choose is tailored specifically for you and compatible with any existing setup you may have in place already.

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