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Gas storage hot water units are the more environmentally friendly hot water system and are generally cheaper to run than most electric alternatives. Our selection of world-leading brands offers our customers the best in gas hot water systems and include Australia’s favourite manufacturers like Rheem, Aquamax and Thermann.

On average, gas storage units will last your family between 8 and 12 years before they need to be replaced (if they are serviced and looked after correctly – please consult a licenced plumber). If you’re looking for a new gas hot water system, there are a few things you should be aware of. Firstly, a typical gas hot water system will use about a third less energy than an electric system so not only will you enjoy the cost saving benefit of your gas system, you’re also doing your part to offset your carbon footprint and protect the environment. Secondly, gas storage units are faster and more reliable at heating your water so when you run out of hot water, it doesn’t take as long for the tank to reheat.

Reece is Australia’s largest plumbing and bathroom supplier, stocking a complete range of has storage hot water systems. Our systems comply with the standard star system, so you know that 4 star and 5 star systems are the most energy efficient and the cheapest to run.

We would  recommend choosing a size of hot water unit that best reflects your current household. Large tanks can seem like a good idea if you’re worried about running out of hot water but remember that gas units will heat faster than electric ones so choose a litre capacity that will help you save on energy costs, whist getting all the hot water you need. Confused about which hot water system is right for you? Remember to always consult a licenced plumber if you have problems with your hot water unit.