One of the most popular brands on the market today, Rheem is known for their large selection of high-efficiency heating units. Better yet, they are one of the more moderately priced brands as well. If you’re considering Rheem heating products for your own home, here is some more information to get you started.
Rheem heating units cost, on average, between $700 and $2,400, not including installation, shipping and taxes. You can find an authorized Rheem dealer near you, or get in touch with a licensed HVAC specialist for help picking out a system. It takes just the right sized system to heat your home without wasting valuable energy.
Rheem products come with a 20-year to lifetime warranty on heat exchangers and 5 years on parts.
Rheem offers several high-efficiency heating units.
Offers both gas and oil furnaces, along with package gas/electric heating units.
Their products cost more than “budget” manufacturers.
Rheem’s products do not come with quite as many features as those offered by other manufacturers.
With the proper installation and maintenance, any Rheem furnace should last the industry average of 20-25 years.
As with any heating system, you should check the filters once a month and clean when necessary. Always call a professional at the first sign of a problem—do not attempt any electrical maintenance on the system without prior knowledge.
Common Questions and Answers
Where can I purchase filters for Rheem systems?
They can be purchased either online (here) or through an authorized Rheem dealer near you.
HistoryStarted by brothers Richard and Donald Rheem, the Rheem Manufacturing Company was up and running by the mid-1920’s. They expanded to include space heating units, oil furnaces, and air conditioners by the 1940’s and 1950’s, then, by the 1960’s and 1970’s, they officially entered the heating and air conditioning industry.
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