Tank Warranty: 6 Years
Parts Warranty: 6 Years
Rheem air-source heat pump water heaters work much like a refrigerator in reverse. The heat pump extracts the heat from warm air, intensifies the heat with a compressor, delivers the heat to the water, and exhausts the cooler air. Because it uses the warm ambient air temperature to do most of the work, it is a very efficient way to heat water.
Our most efficient electric models.
If you’re looking for maximum energy savings and excellent output in an electric water heater, the Conservationist® is for you! Every model features 4500-watt Phoenix™ heating elements designed to last up to three times longer than standard copper elements.
Vertex™ Continuous hot water, shower after shower! The more hot water you need, the more you need a Vertex water heater.
Through an inspired blend of innovation, efficiency and years of industry expertise, A. O. Smith has created a family of state-of-the-art products that provide a long-lasting supply of hot water during those times when everyone in your home needs it most. Vertex™ power-vent and power direct-vent gas water heaters take high-demand homes to the pinnacle of hot water availability. Vertex offers up to 96% thermal efficiency with performance that rivals much larger water heaters. With its fully-condensing design, Vertex delivers “continuous hot water” — shower after shower, hour after hour. Yet it’s easy to install, with dimensions and installation requirements comparable to standard power-vent and power direct-vent units.
The Highest Standards, The Best Performance
The innovative streak that runs through all A. O. Smith products is also proudly on display in our commercial electric line. With features such as the intelligent control system (DVE & DSE models) and the now standard 24k gold elements (optional on DSE models), our water heaters can sustain that performance even in the harshest water conditions.A.O. Smith commercial electric water heaters
Space-saving design and up to 96% efficiency
Our newest Cyclone models deliver extraordinary storage and dollar-saving up to 96% efficiency. Four units can be manifolded to provide total storage of 520 gallons and total input of 2M BTU — ideal for mid-sized restaurants and 50–300 room hotels. And the Cyclone is designed to fit in corners and flush against the wall for maximum installation flexibility. A.O. Smth commercial gas water heaters
Conservationist® Large Volume Oil-Fired Water Heaters
The oil-fired solution for large commercial application
These dual-fuel units (natural gas/oil or propane/oil) are great for large commercial, industrial and institutional applications. They provide storage capacity up to 575 gallons and up to 2.5 million Btu/hr. input. All models feature multiple anodic protection to guard against tank corrosion. A.O. Smith commercial gas water heaters
Consider High-Efficiency Gas Storage if you:
Currently have a gas storage water heater that needs to be replaced. Don’t want to make a major change and are satisfied with the style of water heater you have now. Are willing to pay a little more upfront to reduce water heating bills by about 7%. Want routine installation and maintenance.
Consider Whole-Home Gas Tankless if you:
Want to replace your existing gas water heater before it fails. Are building a new home or conducting a major remodeling project. Often run out of hot water. Have limited space and need a water heater that doesn’t take up much room. Want a water heater with a longer lifetime Are willing to pay more upfront to reduce water heating bills by about 30%. Have a large enough natural gas line in your home (typically at least 3/4″) plus space to install the necessary venting. Are willing to take on additional maintenance tasks or schedule a regular maintenance check every few years.
Consider Gas Condensing if you:
Want to replace your existing gas water heater before it fails, but don’t need to do it right now (products won’t be available until sometime in 2009). Are building a new home or conducting a major remodeling project. Often run out of hot water. Are willing to pay more upfront to reduce water heating bills by about 30%. Have space to accommodate a condensate drain and special venting
Consider a Heat Pump if you:
Want to replace your existing electric water heater before it fails, but don’t need to do it right now (products won’t be available until sometime in 2009). Are building a new home or conducting a major remodeling project. Are willing to pay more upfront to reduce water heating bills by about 50%. Have space to accommodate a condensate drain.
Consider Solar if you:
Have dependable access to sunshine on your roof or immediately outside your home. Like the idea of using a renewable energy source to heat your water. Are willing to take on additional maintenance tasks or schedule a regular maintenance check every year. Are willing to install or use an existing auxiliary electric or gas storage water heater to provide back-up on cloudy or rainy days.
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