We have hot water tank sizes for every home!

Without question, the most common way of heating hot water throughout the United States is with a conventional tank water heater. Chances are excellent that this is what’s in your basement. When the time comes to replace your hot water tank, call us – we have hot water tank sizes for every home, regardless of size.

These type of water heaters keep water hot even when it’s not needed or in use. Quality hot water tank manufacturers such as Rheem put insulation between the tank and the outer jacket to keep the water hot, but some heat loss is inevitable. As […]

By |September 29th, 2017|Rheem, Water Heaters|0 Comments

Get the most out of your hot water heater

The quality of water heaters keeps improving, and today’s energy efficient models will give you a long life of hot water comfort. But let’s face it, nothing lasts forever, and your hot water tank is no exception. Here are some things to do to extend the life of your water heater to get the most life out of it.

One of the best tips is to regularly maintain your tank. Have a plumber check your tank annually to make sure it’s functioning properly. He will be able to identify any problems before they can threaten the integrity of the tank. He’ll […]

By |February 16th, 2016|Rheem, Uncategorized, Water Heaters|0 Comments

Rheem puts homeowners in control of energy savings

Founded in 1925 by brothers Richard and Donald Rheem, the Rheem Company has pursued innovation ever since, meeting the needs of the times and advancing with products and improvements that keep homeowners coming back again and again.

Did you know that cooling and water heating a home can account for more than 65 percent of a home’s energy use? It’s true. If you’ve paid a utility bill recently, you understand how important it is to be energy conscious.

It makes sense to conserve energy, if only to keep a little more of your own money in your pocket!

Just this January 22, Rheem […]

By |January 31st, 2016|Rheem, Uncategorized, Water Heaters|Comments Off on Rheem puts homeowners in control of energy savings