Why You Should Look at Rheem for Your Hot Water System Replacement

 James Campbell
  Jun 17, 2019

Rheem hot water system

Your hot water system is bunk. You’re frustrated and tired. The next time your relaxing steam shower goes cold after two minutes is the time you’ll decide that your hot water system needs to be replaced. When you make this decision, you’re going to be confronted by a variety of different water heating systems. Perhaps you should take a look at the best replacement for your hot water: the Rheem hot water system.

Let’s take a look at what makes a Rheem hot water system so special, shall we?

Options… So Many Options

One of the primary benefits offered by Rheem hot water systems is they aren’t all the same. Rheem offers a wide variety of different hot water systems for you to choose the one that best suits your home.

A Dependable Water Heater

If you want a hot water system that provides a large amount of low-cost, dependable hot water, you’re going to want to opt for Rheem’s tank water heating system. Tank water heaters run on a variety of fuel sources: propane, natural gas, or electricity. Tank water heaters provide one of the more common solutions to homes that need economical, dependable water heating.

Tank water heaters used in Rheem hot water systems often hold anywhere from 20 to 80 gallons of hot, pre-heated water. The water heaters are usually located in the garage, basement, or attic.

Whether you’re upgrading a bathroom or adding additional water appliances to your home, upgrading to a larger tank water heater is likely a prudent idea.

A More Efficient Water Heater

You see the Tank Water Heater, and you like the dependability. However, you were hoping for something a little more… energy efficient. That’s fine. And good on you, mate, for caring about the environment (truly). Luckily, Rheem hot water systems are also offered as tankless water heaters.

Tankless water heaters are more energy-efficient than tank water heaters because they do not need to maintain a large supply of pre-heated water. Instead, tankless heaters provide hot water on demand and at precise temperatures. Because of this, there’s no need to store water and spend energy on keeping that stored water heated.

These tankless units are about the size of a medicine cabinet and can easily be mounted on walls inside your home or even outside, depending on the climate you live in. Because you can place a tankless water heater closer to the point of use, you won’t have to wait so long to receive hot water.

Interestingly, delays in receiving warm water typically depend not on the type of water heater but how far away the heater is.

Tankless water heaters also provide you with convenient digital, wall-mounted controls and waterproof remote controls. These controls make it easy for you to adjust the temperature when necessary. For example, you might want to have your sink faucet running at a high temperature so you can wash all the food residue from your plates, but you’ll want to be able to lower the maximum temperature when your children go to take a bath.

For your convenience, these tankless heaters offer you the flexibility to do so.

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An (Even) More Efficient Water Heater

Your eco-friendly hairs are starting to raise a bit, but you’re still not sure if the tankless water heater is efficient enough. How about a solar water heater? Does that pique your interest?

Solar water heaters from Rheem offer you an even more energy-efficient water heater than tankless water heaters. The solar heaters use dark-colour solar collectors to capture solar energy.

These solar water heaters work either through a passive system: where gravity controls the flow of the water - or an active system: where a circulating pump controls the flow of the water (active systems require more energy than passive systems).

While this type of Rheem hot water system is extremely environmentally friendly, it’s not always the most dependable type of water heater. Most solar water heaters require some type of auxiliary power to assist them during times of the day where a lot of hot water is being used or when not enough solar energy is being captured by the solar panels.

A (More Dependable) (Even) More Efficient Water Heater

We’ve run down the gauntlet of Rheem hot water systems, and now we’ve arrived at the final boss: the hybrid electric water heater. This water heater is smart, quiet, and ultra-efficient.

This hybrid electric water heater operates at sound levels that register as barely more audible than a whisper. In other words, you’re not likely to hear it at all.

Also, this water heater provides you with extreme efficiency and produces fewer greenhouse gases than any other water heater.

With this heater, you’ll enjoy long-term cost savings and your investment will be quickly paid back in the savings you receive from the heater. Water heater leaks are no joke, and this heater offers you built-in leak detection that can save you thousands.

In addition to the savings, you can use the vacation setting on this water heater while you’re not home to save even more on energy costs and to also use less energy, in general, for the good of the environment.

Essentially, whatever Rheem hot water system you choose to install, it’s tough not to make the right choice.

Why You Should Look at Rheem for Your Hot Water System Replacement

James Campbell

James is a professional web developer, digital marketer and director of Net Search based in Perth, Western Australia. He's a blogger in his spare time with over 8 years of experience in the industry. He has written blogs on a variety of topics ranging from gardening to smart home technology. When not writing he enjoys web development and gaming.

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