Hot Water Systems

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Solar Hot Water Systems

Solar Hot Water collectors are a green solution to home water heating needs. These solar water heaters use free, green energy from the sun to heat water.

Solar water heaters minimise your carbon footprint relative to other water heaters that rely on burning fossil fuels to generate heat, making them economically sound and environmentally friendly.

Evacuated tube systems absorb solar energy and convert it to usable heat. These tubes are insulated against heat loss.
Coldwater is stored in a tank on the ground, or the roof is pumped through the sun heated collectors to produce hot water.

This hot water is then made available to use within the household.

You can reduce your water heating bills by up to 71% by changing to a heat pump or solar hot water system.

The Australian Government Renewable Energy Target Scheme also provides generous incentives to help you make the switch to green energy solutions.

These incentives can be used as an upfront discount further to reduce the purchase price of your new system.

These technologies don't need to be thought of as one 'or' the other. They compliment each other very well in many situations.

The best fit for your house will be how you use your hot water. If you tend to use a lot of hot water at the end of the day (dishwashing systems, bathing) but want to have a warm shower in the morning, a solar system cannot heat your water overnight. Without a solar battery system in place, you're left drawing expensive energy from the grid.

On the other hand, a heat pump has a high thermal output while using less energy and the surrounding air to heat your water all day long.

Simple answer - yes, they do. But not as often as you may think.

We recommend servicing your solar water heater once every 4 to 5 years to ensure the continued efficiency of the overall system. If you have hard or mineralised water, you may need to service it sooner.

Due to their design, evacuated tube solar hot water systems work very well in cold temperatures.

Even in negative temperatures, these systems can continue to pump out water at 80°C.

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SuperGreen Solutions offer a complete selection of commercial and domestic hot water heaters and heat pumps, supporting both ground and roof based installations. Our specialists work hard to size your system to suit your household requirements and your budget.

Heat Pumps


Air to water heat pumps extract renewable heat from the air, making heating your hot water more efficient, less costly and more environmentally friendly.

Because of this, these systems use less energy and have a higher thermal output than electric or gas water heaters.

Rheem hot water heat pumps are both energy efficient, minimising power consumption and greenhouse gas emissions by up to 61%.


These units do not require solar collectors, thereby reducing the need for structural load on the roof, and can be used where roof collectors aren’t suitable.


They make an ideal replacement for electric water heaters, leveraging the same plumbing and electrical connections.

Reclaim Energy CO2 heat pumps claim average annual energy savings of up to 80%. Combine this with a 15 year warranty, an estimated payback period of 3 years, and you can enjoy massive long-term energy cost reductions for many years to come.


Custom designed for Australian conditions and with built-in frost control, Reclaim units have an average running cost of $360 per annum*, meaning you can be heating your hot water for as little as $1 per day.


Their systems are whisper quiet (average noise level: 37 dB) and up to 200% more environmentally friendly than systems that use standard refrigerants.


*individual results may vary

Stiebel Eltron are Germany’s market leader in heat pump hot water systems with over 40 years of experience, and have rapidly transformed into a household name synonymous with high-quality, well-engineered and energy-efficient products.


Their units harvest natural energy from the air to efficiently heat hot water and are proving to be one of the most efficient water pumps on the market, providing high energy cost savings and environmentally friendly hot water all year round.


Unlike solar systems, hot water heat pumps in Australia don’t rely on a steady supply of sunlight in order to operate – instead, they work at all times of the day or night and in all weather conditions.


Stiebel Eltron heat pumps, with their sophisticated design, provide energy efficient hot water all year round, and further reduce energy consumption by up to 70% when compared with conventional electric hot water systems.


Their heat pumps are extremely versatile, can be installed indoors and outdoors and also work well in lower temperatures.

Did you know – up to 27% of your household energy bills can come from heating your hot water? That’s right – heating hot water for your home accounts for a quarter of the electricity costs for the average Australian household.


When you’re looking to lower your monthly expenses hot water heating should be one of the first places you look. Enter iStore hot water heat pumps. iStore’s unique technology can effectively lower your electricity costs using renewable green energy.

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Using the sun's warmth

Installing a solar hot water system will not only save you money, but also reduce your impact on the environment.

At SuperGreen, we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality solutions, leading industry warranties and exceptional after sales service.

Evacuated tube solar collectors are fast becoming the preferred option for residential, business and commercial hot water in Australia, due to their high efficiency, lightweight and low maintenance construction.


Australian owned and operated, Apricus offer a 15 year warranty on their locally produced hot water systems and excellent cold weather performance, with frost protection installed in every unit.


Save up to 80% on your water heating bills while reducing your household carbon emissions.

Rheem is Australia’s trusted name in hot water, having developed products for Australian conditions since 1939. Generations of Australian families have relied on Rheem products for decades.


Rheem solar hot water systems are energy efficient and can save up to 65% of water heating energy consumption, while their solar systems can save from 1.7 to 2.6 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions every year.


The Rheem solar range includes both split, ground mounted systems and complete roof mounted models in a variety of capacities from 160 – 410 litres.

Rinnai solar hot water units are highly regarded for their innovation and superior quality and are designed to maximise the free energy from the sun.


By replacing an electric storage water heater with a Rinnai solar water heater, you can potentially reduce electricity consumption, running costs and environmental impact of your hot water system by up to 66%.


Environmentally friendly and cost effective, Rinnai have produced 3 types of solar hot water units – close coupled systems, flat plate systems and evacuated tube systems – allowing their solar water heaters to be integrated into almost any home or small business.

If you’re aiming to reduce your carbon footprint, consider a Dux solar water heater. These elegantly designed units utilise the sun’s energy to heat water via roof mounted solar collectors.


With a selection of either electric or gas boosted models, you can rest assured while enjoying hot water on cloudy days or in times of high demand.


Dux solar will save you money on energy bills, providing an economical, sustainable hot water solution for years to come.

Gas assisted


Mains pressure gas storage water heaters deliver hot water instantly, as they keep a generous quantity stored hot and ready for your use.

Gas boosted systems are often awarded higher rebates than electric boosted systems. A worthwhile consideration when deciding on your system type and comparing costs.

Rinnai hot water systems lay claim to the largest range of models suiting domestic, builders & commercial markets.


Their gas hot water systems are highly efficient, heating water only when needed, while remaining compact in size. This allows flexibility for many different installation and configuration options.


Additional water controllers add precise temperature control for convenience & safety.

Designed for Australia’s tough conditions and using over 80 years of experience in Australia, Rheem hot water systems suit both residential and commercial requirements.


With 10 year cylinder warranties on all models and capacities to suit most family hot water requirements, Rheem’s 5 star energy rating saves you money. 


Their units offer mains pressure water delivery for steady, hot and strong hot water, with the ability to service multiple uses at once without losing water pressure.

An iconic Australian brand established in 1915, Dux is committed to producing high quality gas hot water systems, and to the on-going development of new products for the Australian market.


Manufactured in a state of the art facility in regional NSW, Dux offer up to 10 years tank warranty (for tank systems) and 12 year heat exchanger warranty (for continuous flow systems), ensuring customers enjoy many years of hot water that never runs out.


Dux is proudly owned by Noritz, an international hot water powerhouse and a leading Japanese manufacturer of residential and commercial water heaters.

Need a hot water system installed?

If you’re a homeowner considering the addition of a gas or solar hot water system to your family home, consider SuperGreen Solutions first. We’re your local, one stop energy efficient product store.

Compare our products online or talk to one of our trained Energy Efficient Specialists at one of our dedicated showrooms today.

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Todays most energy efficient instant hot water systems

Living in Australia, it makes sense to harness the clean, inexhaustible and free supply of energy from the sun.

Our range of highly efficient solar hot water packages help reduce your carbon footprint and are designed to be complimentary to a households PV solar power system.

This allows households to take advantage of any surplus energy they are creating, before it gets exported back to the grid.