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1100 Abernathy Road, Suite 1700
Atlanta, GA 30328
www.rheem.com

Brothers Richard and Donald Rheem founded Rheem® Manufacturing Company in Emeryville, Calif., in 1925. For nearly a century, we’ve stood for innovation in home comfort. And today, our company is the only manufacturer of integrated heating, cooling and water heating solutions—and North America’s best-selling water heating brand.

For Rheem, creating the new degree of comfort means we’re constantly improving. We deliver the very best homeowner experience by continually evaluating every detail of our products from every angle. The resulting innovations provide new, more energy efficient and integrated solutions than ever before—solutions that are easier to install, easier to maintain and easier on the environment.

From the continuous hot water of our Tankless solutions to our advanced Hybrid Water Heater to Residential Pool and Spa products, we deliver the performance and features homeowners love. This includes smart technology like EcoNet®*, which offers control of our water heaters from home or away through our free mobile app, plus provides real-time notifications for Leak Detection and required maintenance.

That’s why so many homeowners count on Rheem hot water solutions—delivering performance, energy savings and comfort for years to come.

*EcoNet functionality requires EcoNet WiFi Kit sold separately and setup of included WiFi Module; WiFi broadband Internet connection and free EcoNet App required

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