Gas Hot Water

Efficient gas hot water installation for endless comfort and convenience.

When it comes to selecting gas hot water systems for your home, you have a few options to consider. Understanding these choices will help you make the right decision. Should you have any queries, please feel free to reach out to us.


Inside or Outside Placement
Gas hot water systems can be installed either inside or outside the house. However, outdoor placement is often preferred due to the space-saving advantage it offers. Internal installations tend to be pricier as they require a flue to disperse combustion byproducts.


Storage or Continuous Systems
Storage hot water systems function similarly to electric ones, heating and maintaining a body of water at a desired temperature. The advantage lies in using gas as a more cost-effective fuel source. These systems come in various sizes, typically indicated by their litre capacity.


On the other hand, continuous hot water systems, also known as on-demand or tankless water heaters, have lower running costs. Unlike traditional hot water cylinders that need to maintain a constant temperature throughout the day, gas water heaters heat water only as it is required. This provides instant and abundant hot water, eliminating the frustration of cold showers. These systems are compact and typically located outside to optimise indoor space.


We offer a range of continuous flow gas hot water systems from reputable brands like Rinnai and Paloma.

Our options include

  • 18 litre: Ideal for smaller homes with a single bathroom or standalone ensuite application.
  • 20 litre: Suitable for homes with a single bathroom and ensuite.
  • 24 litre: Perfect for homes with larger hot water requirements. It supports up to 3 remote controllers, enabling control in the kitchen and two bathrooms.
  • 27 litre: Ideal for larger households with three or more bathrooms. Similar to the 24 litre model, it can also utilise up to 3 remote controllers for convenient control.

Coming Mid 2019: We are introducing a new 26 litre model to replace the existing 24 and 27 litre models.

How do these systems work? As soon as you turn on the hot tap, the system ignites and heats the water to a pre-defined temperature. This process occurs through a heat exchanger that transfers heat from the gas-fired burner to the water.


The benefits of gas hot water systems are numerous. With a continuous flow system, you bid farewell to cold showers, as hot water is readily available. You only pay for the water you use, avoiding the need to heat a hot cylinder all day. Additionally, you have the flexibility to choose between LPG or natural gas. Taking control into your hands, a digital controller allows you to modify the supply and heat of the water to your preference.


Ready to embrace the benefits of gas hot water? Contact EziGas today to discuss your installation requirements and get started on enjoying a reliable and efficient hot water system for your home.