Dux Hot Water is Australia’s largest locally-owned hot water system manufacturer, and Duncan’s consider them an excellent choice for your hot water system. Dux invests a huge amount of time and money into the development of cutting-edge hot water technology, and in accordance with a strong environmental focus, develops Australia’s greenest water heaters. Dux systems have the dual benefit of ensuring that you both have the highest quality of water heating at your fingertips, and also save money and the environment by economising on water and energy.
Duncan’s has many years of experience with the installation, servicing, and purchase of hot water systems under our belt. We are therefore very selective about the types of systems we allow past our quality control to recommend and pass on to our customers. Dux hot water systems are consistently high on our recommendations list due to their unwavering commitment to quality – a commitment we share. Duncan’s can help you decide which capacity of hot water system is right for you. This will be influenced by: the number of bathrooms or people using hot water at once, the number of adults and children residing (remembering that children will require more water as they grow up), the number of dishwashers or washing machines connected that may use hot water at the same time, and whether there are any large bathtubs or spa-baths to be filled. Your needs may also depend on the climate and water pressure.
Contact Duncan’s today for more information, or click below for more details on Dux water heaters.
You can contact ACTPLA plumbing department who can advise if you need a device.
This depends on the location, type (parts available) or test results pass or fail. Typically, 30 minutes to 60 minutes on site and paperwork in the office for lodgement of certification to ACTPLA.
The current requirements is annually (every 12 months) for each and every backflow prevention device you have. ACTPLA have registration of every approved backflow prevention device and will send a reminder automatically of notification. A fully licensed accredited plumber is the only person qualified to carry out testing and repairs to any backflow prevention device.