We have a gas combi boiler for water and heating and are also on a water meter. To get hot water for washing up in the kitchen means running the tap for a minute or so, wasting lots of water each time. I am thinking about an electric water heater under the sink, such as the Ariston 2kW 10l model. It seems, from reading the manual, the heater is thermostatically controlled rather than flow controlled. So I am thinking could I plumb this into the hot supply? By the time the water from the combi reached the heater I would have drawn sufficient hot water from the heater's tank and it would fill will water from the combi saving on heating purely cold water. Could this be done?