Rheem Hot Water Systems Gold Coast
Welcome to Gold Coast Hot Water Group: your premier source for all your Rheem hot water system needs! As a homeowner, you know that hot water is essential for a comfortable living environment. That's why we offer a variety of Rheem hot water systems tailored to meet your individual needs. You can choose from a range of electric and gas models, each designed with different sizes and capabilities, so that we can meet the needs of homeowners of any size and budget.
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Rheem Continuous Gas Hot Water Systems
For those who want a gas continuous flow hot water system in Gold Coast, we offer a wide range of models. These include the 12L-27L Models, the Metro Series, and the Pronto Series, so you can find the perfect fit for your home.
Rheem Solar Hot Water Systems
For the eco-conscious, we offer solar hot water systems or heat pumps in Gold Coast. These come with a gas or electric booster, so you can enjoy hot showers no matter the weather. Our popular models include the Rheem Premier Hiline Roof System (Frost Protected), the Rheem Hiline Roof System (Non-Frost), the Collectors, the Rheem Premier Loline Split Solar System (Frost Protected), and the Rheem Loline Split Solar System (Non-Frost).
Rheem Hot Water System Support by Gold Coast Hot Water Group
At Gold Coast Hot Water Group, we understand that hot water problems can be a hassle. To make things easier, we’ve put together a Rheem Hot Water Troubleshooting guide to help you with any issues you may have. For reliable and efficient hot water systems, Rheem and Gold Coast Hot Water Group are the perfect fit. Contact us today and we’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
History Of Rheem
Established in 1925, Rheem Manufacturing Company is an American manufacturer of residential and commercial water heaters and boilers, as well as HVAC systems. You may also know them from their Ruud brand name. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, Rheem is a subsidiary of Paloma Industries, a privately held Japanese company.
Rheem began their journey by producing galvanized steel drums in partnership with the Pacific Galvanizing Company. They then expanded into the water heating market by acquiring Republic Steel package company, which manufactured boilers and tanks. Later, in 1931, they acquired the John Wood Manufacturing Company of California, producing automatic gas storage water heaters. In 1936, they extended their reach overseas to Australia, establishing a plant in Sydney, and also began making steel shipping containers and water heaters.
During the war, Rheem focused their efforts on wartime production, such as building ships and aircraft parts. In 1994, Rheem became the first residential HVAC company to use scroll compressors. Then, in 2009, Rheem and Ruud were the first to sell a Hybrid Heat Pump Water Heater, which was more than twice as efficient as similar electric water heaters. To top it all off, Rheem and Ruud central air conditioners have the fewest percentage of units requiring repair among all major HVAC brands according to Consumer Reports.