Boiling Water Taps

Can kitchen taps do more than they used to? The majority of UK adults will drink at least one hot drink a day, whether that be bog standard builders tea, the weird and wonderful Kopi Luwak coffee or even a cream and marshmallow covered hot chocolate. Whatever your hot morning or evening potion we pretty much all use a power zapping kettle to get our water to boiling point or thereabouts. If your kettle takes two and a half minutes to boil then that’s over 15 hours in a year waiting for it, plus there’s the crazy amount of power that they use. Reduce your impact on the globe while saving time in the kitchen with one of our instant boiling water taps.

 
 

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Do You Really Need A Boiling Hot Water Tap?

If you think waiting for the kettle to boil is convenient then you need to get with the times and purchase one of our boiling hot water taps. They’re fantastically efficient and you get boiling water any time you want at an instant.

They aren’t just used for hot drinks either, steam your vegetables, get your pasta started, sterilise baby bottles, remove labels easily from bottles for recycling or simply make that pot noddle you’ve been craving.

 

Is A Boiling Hot Water Tap Expensive?

They aren’t going to be as cheap as a standard kitchen mixer tap but let’s face it they only produce cold and hot water and you need to wait a while in some instances for both of those! Our InSinkErator kits start at just under £500 and come with all the essentials you need to get one fitted in your kitchen. The water is filtered too so impurities and limescale are greatly reduced so you can have better tasting drinks. You certainly won’t get that with a standard kitchen tap.

Installation is relatively cheap too with only a plumber being required. Most units come with a plug which we can all just about figure out.

 

Are Boiling Hot Water Taps Safe?

Safety is paramount when it comes to dealing with such high temperatures which is why most taps will have a safety feature on the lever to ensure it’s only used when you want to use it. In most taps you’ll need to hold the lever on to ensure it stays running.

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