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A Guide to Heat Pumps vs. Air Conditioners

March 31, 2022

How to Choose the Heating and Cooling Option Best for You

It’s an HVAC debate as old as time: Do you need a heat pump or an air conditioner?

The truth is that both can be great options to keep your home cool and comfortable. Beyond looking nearly identical from the outside, both draw heat from the air inside your home and use refrigerant to transfer heat outside on warm days,

Forbes Ranks Rheem the No. 1 Air Conditioning Brand

December 7, 2021

At Rheem, we like to think that we’re the best at what we do, with a dedicated team pushing us forward each year. So when we heard that Forbes ranked Rheem the No. 1 air conditioning brand, we were ecstatic.
“We are extremely pleased with this recognition by Forbes that validates our commitment to reliability, integrity and innovation,” says Mike Branson, president, Global Air at Rheem Manufacturing Company.

Home Heating and Cooling Insights: Heat Pump Myths Debunked

November 3, 2021

When it comes to what makes a house feel like a home, there are many systems running behind the scenes to ensure your comfort, health, and safety. But how much do you know about these workhorses of the house? For example: the heat pump. Offering an energy-efficient alternative to furnaces and air conditioners, heat pumps use the refrigeration cycle to move heat from the outside in, or the inside out, keeping your home at the perfect temperature.

A Quiet, Efficient System for Any Tight Space: Sound and Space Constraint Solution

September 7, 2021
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When it comes to homeownership, you want your systems and appliances to work quietly in the background of your life, and not cost too much in maintenance, upkeep, energy, or sanity. Rheem’s Sound and Space Constraint Solution uses a forward-thinking approach to solve the issues facing many homeowners—small spaces, excess noise, and outdated energy use—and provides high-quality air solutions to address every home, even in the tightest of spaces.

 As a homeowner,

Decarbonization: The Movement and What It Means for Your Home

August 4, 2021

Carbon-Conscious Moves Homeowners Are Making  
With advancements in technology and more awareness of sustainable products and practices, it’s easier than ever to be a carbon-conscious and environmentally proactive homeowner. However, it can be hard to know what is good for the earth, and how to balance that with your home’s needs and budget, all while keeping an eye on your carbon footprint. The equipment and appliances that help power our homes and keep them comfortable use a variety of fuel sources.

How to Leave Your Home in Vacation-Mode

July 14, 2021

Top Myths Busted: Things to Know Before You Go
As summer heats up, so do travel plans. But before you pack your bag, make sure you’re aware of the myths about maintaining the optimal temperature and air quality for your home, and check out the best tips for prepping your home while you’re away.

Myth 1: If I’m not home, the HVAC should be turned off to conserve energy.
Well, this one is partially true.

Managing Your Home’s Humidity

June 24, 2021

How to discover, adjust, and optimize your home’s humidity levels for year-round comfort
With summer here, we’re ready to enjoy the sunshine and warm weather. But depending on where you live, a summer day could mean it feels muggy and sticky, or dry and arid. The difference between comfortable or clammy is the humidity.
Humidity is the presence of water vapor in the atmosphere. The more water that evaporates in a given area,

Opportunity Knocks: Part 1: How to Start a Career in HVAC

June 2, 2021

We know the essential role HVAC plays in the overall comfort, safety and air quality of homes, buildings, public transportation, airplanes, hospitals, and industrial spaces across the world. But those outside our industry may not realize the true importance of the trade until there’s a problem—an AC unit well past its prime on a sweltering day, or an underperforming furnace during a bitter cold snap. Having the technical skill sets, 24/7 customer service, and a commitment to maintaining the air quality and comfort level that so many people rely on and expect is no small job.

4 Ways to Protect Your Home’s HVAC Systems Against Natural Disasters

May 13, 2021

It only takes an inch—one inch of standing flood water to be exact—to cause $25,000 of damage to your home, according to FEMA.gov. While you may not consider yourself at risk for floods, Mother Nature has proven to be extra unpredictable this past year. Especially in the United States, where the size and geographic diversity allow for a wide variety of natural disasters on a frequent basis.
Whether it’s severe winter storms,

Spring HVAC Tips: Indoor Air Quality and Energy-Efficient Appliances

April 29, 2021

Tips for improving the indoor air quality inside residential and commercial spaces, as well as advice for investing in sustainable products.

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