We undertake to do your job in a professional manner using high quality materials and yes it comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you are not 100% satisfied with any aspect of our work we will rectify it as a matter of urgency and at no cost to you.
All cylinders and components come with standard manufacturers warranties. Our recommended Rinnai cylinders are stainless lined and come with a 10 year guarantee against failure.*
Our workmanship is guaranteed for 1 year.
Then we provide a fixed price quote we guarantee to never exceed this price. This provides you with budget certainty. However if for some reason the job changes from the original specification we undertake to keep you fully informed and re-quote if necessary. Our technicians will always seek your approval before continuing with any changes.
*Thermostats and elements are covered separately by standard manufacturer’s warranties of 12 months.
All our plumbers are NZ registered and qualified, ensuring you of installations that are compliant with NZ standards.
Our standard cylinders are “solar ready” which means they are ready to be used with an energy saving device such as a hot water heat pump or connected to a solar system.
If in the future you choose to upgrade to either of these energy saving systems then you will have the right cylinder for the job, with no expensive modifications or add-ons. A very nice piece of future proofing, and one of the main reasons we recommend Rinnai cylinders!
Dramatic improvements in technology over recent years mean that hot water cylinders are much more efficient and reliable than those of days gone by.
There is also a much wider range of models and sizes available. It is important that you select the cylinder that is going to meet your needs, both in the short and long term, so that you’ll always have plenty of hot water. Talk to The Cylinder Guy about your needs. Think about how many people the system will have to service; a household’s usage of hot water cylinder varies widely, depending on the age of family members, and the appliances used in the home. Consider also what energy source you wish to rely on. While most people opt for the mains pressure hot water cylinder option, we are also able to supply hot water cylinders that are suitable for low-pressure uses.
Did you know that in the average NZ home 1/3 of your electric power bill is consumed in hot water heating?
So replacing an inefficient older cylinder with a modern one will probably reduce your power bill. So will switching from a big cylinder to a smaller one – which can make sense if you had a big family but now the kids have left home. For real savings we recommend installing a Reclaim heat pump hot water system.
Installing a heat pump hot water heater will give you significant savings on hot water heating. We recommend the Reclaim CO2 heat pump due to its high efficiency, even in cold temperatures, and because it has a smart panel that allows you to heat all your daily hot water during off peak electricity times. An ideal time to upgrade to a heat pump water heater is simultaneously with the upgrade of your hot water cylinder.
Don’t land yourself in hot water. Cylinder problems and failure to identify them early can lead to considerable damage as a result of the slowly leaking water cylinder or sudden failure of a hot water cylinder and flooding. Sometimes problems with a hot water cylinder go unnoticed for a considerable time. It’s important to check your hot water cylinder on a regular basis.
The Rinnai Cylinders lined with the highest quality duplex stainless steel and guaranteed for a market leading 10 years. This ensures a long life, durability, light weight and increased corrosion resistance. Rinnai Cylinders are available in a range of sizes to suit any home or business, and offer low and high pressure options.
Yep! The Cylinder Guy was established to provide a unique hot water service.
We are New Zealand’s hot water specialists. We make purchasing and replacing a hot water cylinder simple. We can help you with new installations, replacing an old cylinder, upgrading from low to mains pressure, general hot water problems and energy saving systems such as hot water heat pumps.