Rheem Hot Water Systems Brisbane

Welcome to Brisbane Hot Water Group, your one-stop-shop for all Rheem hot water systems. 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 designed to meet your unique needs. With different models to choose from, we cater to homeowners of all sizes and budgets.


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Affordable Hot Water Solutions

For homeowners interested in more affordable solutions to their hot water needs, Rheem hot water systems in Brisbane are the way to go. We offer a range of electric hot water systems, each with its unique size and capabilities. Our most popular electric water heater units include the Stellar Stainless Steel, the Rheem 491/492 Series Electric, the Rheem 191/192 Series Electric, the RheemPlus, and the Rheem Compact.

Rheem Instant Hot Water

If you’re looking for instant hot water in the Brisbane area, our gas storage hot water systems are just what you need. Available in different models, each designed to meet the hot water needs of all family sizes, these main pressure gas hot water systems come with a vitreous enamel cylinder and a 10-year warranty.

Rheem Hot Water Systems Brisbane
Brisbane Rheem Hot Water Systems

Rheem Continuous Gas Hot Water Systems

For those who prefer gas continuous flow hot water systems, Rheem has a range of models to choose from, each with distinct capabilities to meet your specific water needs. From the 12L-27L Models to the Metro Series and the Pronto Series, you’re sure to find the perfect fit for your home.

Rheem Solar Hot Water Systems

Reduce your energy usage and minimize carbon emissions with our solar hot water systems or heat pump. These hot water systems come with a gas or electric booster, ensuring hot showers every day, irrespective of the weather. 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) are some of our popular models.

Rheem Hot Water System Support by Brisbane Hot Water Group

At Brisbane Hot Water Group, we understand that hot water problems can be frustrating. That’s why we offer a Rheem Hot Water Troubleshooting guide to help you with any problems you might encounter. So, if you’re looking for reliable and efficient hot water systems, choose Rheem from Brisbane Hot Water Group. Contact us today, and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.

History Of Rheem

Rheem Manufacturing Company is an American manufacturer of residential and commercial water heaters and boilers, as well as heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment. The company also sells products under the Ruud brand name. Rheem is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, and is a subsidiary of Paloma Industries, a privately held Japanese company.

Rheem started as a supplier of packaging to the petroleum industry in 1925, manufacturing galvanized steel drums as a co-partnership with Pacific Galvanizing Company. The company expanded into the business of water heating by acquiring Republic Steel package company, which produced boilers and tanks. In 1931, Rheem acquired the John Wood Manufacturing Company of California, which produced automatic gas storage water heaters. The company expanded overseas to Australia in 1936, building a plant in Sydney, and began making steel shipping containers, including drums, and water heaters.

During World War II, much of the company’s efforts went towards wartime production, including building ships and aircraft parts. Rheem was the first residential HVAC company to begin using scroll compressors throughout their lineup in 1994. 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. Rheem and Ruud central air conditioners were reported to have the fewest percentage of units requiring repair among all major HVAC brands according to Consumer Reports.