Review #1 of Enter Energy and Water Saving Shop

Have you bought a hot water system since you got your quote?Yes
If yes, which supplier did you go with?Enter Energy and Water Saving Shop
What made you choose that supplier over the others who supplied quotes?
  • Best Quality System
  • Best Service
How much did you spend?$3000 to $6000
Value for Money:4*
Quality of System:5*
Customer Service:4*
Is there anything else you would like to tell us about your experience?Chromgen & Insolar did not reply. Solahart did and did a thorough site visit. Their technology is out-dated though and I was not convinced that I would actually save any money with a houshold of 6. Even with 3 panels, in Melbourne there would be a lot of expensive electric boosting being necessary. Property has no natural gas so gas boosting not an option. Was originally thinking large evacuated tube system (more efficient than Solarhart flat panels therfore better for Melbourne) like AAE which ENTER shop sell, but they advised against due to number in houshold and no gas available for boosting (electric would be too costly). Decided on Stiebel Eltron Heat Pump (German made) - most cost effective solution for large houshold with access to electricity only. Was originally a bit sceptical, but now it's installed it's fantastic. Using about 20% of the electricity of the old Rheem Optima twin element (80% reduction) and never run out of hot water. Runs whenever thermostat drops below set point - about 5-7 hrs per day. One thing to be careful about - makes about the same amount of noise as a split airconditioner outdoor unit so wouldn't want it outside a bedroom window at night!

Review Posted by Ewan from VIC on 11 November 2010