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If your hot water system is faulty, leaking, or you simply don't have any hot water. We guarantee prompt diagnosis and repair of all faults where possible.
Have you had your hot water system serviced lately?
Whether it's electric, gas or solar, there are many reasons why it's important to undertake regular servicing of all hot water systems:
We understand that the call for a plumber, calls for an immediate response! You can rely on our availability and responsiveness to customer requests.
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For reliable same day service – same day hot water, call Murphy Plumbing and Gas.
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Hot Water Services Coorparoo - Repairs, Replacement, Installation
Murphy Plumbing and Gas are the hot water specialists you can trust to recommend the right hot water system for your family.
Below are the list of different types of hot water system:
Electric Hot Water System
Inexpensive to buy, these systems are among the most popular choice and can be connected to a range of electricity tariffs dependent on demand.
Natural Gas & LPG
Natural gas is cost effective and environmentally friendly, if you have the connection for it. If you don't have a connection to metered natural gas, there's an option for bottled LPG gas. Unlike electricity, gas rates don't vary throughout the day, making this a cheaper option over electricity. Though environmentally friendly, LPG has a significantly higher running cost than NG.
Solar Hot Water System
Using the sun to heat water, these systems are the most environmentally friendly, but also the most expensive to buy (though government rebates and other incentives can help offset this cost). However, the right system will pay for itself over time, with very low running costs. Bear in mind that costs will increase on overcast days, when you'll need to boost your hot water supply by alternate means, such as electricity or gas.
* For further information on tariffs and running cost comparison, contact your retail electricity supplier.