Your home’s water heater is used for multiple purposes each day, so it is nearly always under stress and is rarely turned off. Because of this, an electric water heater can be a drain on your home’s monthly financial resources if it is not made by a reputable company or running efficiently.
There are several benefits to purchasing an electric water heater. These units are often the most efficient and can also be the most affordable options on the market. There are also several options in electric water heaters, from small to large tanks for both immediate and long-term use. Since an electric water heater doesn’t need a release exhaust, it will take up less space than a standard gas water heater.
When you by a Rheem electric water heater, there are three main choices:
- Standard Tank Water Heaters. This is the typical tank water heater running on electricity to heat your water. It is efficient, but not as much as a tankless water heater powered by gas.
- High-Efficiency Tank Water Heaters. These are also tank water heaters, but they enjoy better insulation to provide additional power bill savings.
- Hybrid Heat Pump. This is a hybrid water heater running on electricity and is an option that can potentially cut your energy bills in half.
We offer a single series of Rheem Pro residential water heaters. There are differences in warranty-length, price, and features. Our installation coordinators can walk you through the consideration process and help you pick the perfect Rheem water heater for your home.