With over 38 years of experience, Hot Water has the knowledge and experience to advise our customer on the best value and hot water solution for each situation.
Selecting A Water Heater
Purchasing a water heater is something most people do not do very often. Because shopping for a water heater requires consideration of many factors, it can feel overwhelming. While the easiest solution is usually to replace like kind for like kind, it has likely been many years since your current water heater was installed and Rheem has made many advancements in water heating performance and efficiency over the years. We encourage you to take the time to find the best hot water solution for your family and needs by using Rheem’s guide below.
It is typically easiest and most cost effective to replace your current water heater with a like fuel type water heater. However, it is possible Read more
Most homes currently have a traditional tank-type water heater installed. Today’s marketplace has changed offering more efficient ways to heat water for your home. This is a great time to consider an alternative to a traditional tank-type water heater.
Rheem tankless water heaters heat water only when it is needed, so you can enjoy a continuous supply of hot water.
High Efficiency Tank-Type
(Including the Hybrid Electric Water Heater)
High efficiency tank-type water heaters are more efficient at heating water and keeping it hot. This means a lower annual operating cost and more available hot water.
Rheem has a long history or providing traditional tank-type water heaters as a reliable water heating solution. While the needle has moved, these units are still tried and true making them great for those on a budget.
Rheem provides solar water heating solutions for those looking to harness the sun’s energy to heat water. Using the sun to heat your water works very well in certain areas of the country and can save a lot of money in the long run.
Rheem offers point-of-use water heaters that are space-saving and designed for installation under sinks, in home additions, detached structures and more. They deliver hot water almost instantaneously, so you don’t have to wait.