Select a Country

Essential Essential
Essential Essential



Your home’s systems are more critical than ever. If you need help, our plumbers and contractors are considered essential workers, so they are open and ready to lend a hand. Click here to Find A Pro in your area. And review the helpful info below so you know what to expect as you prepare to have a service provider in your home.

As they are considered essential to the health and safety of homes and businesses, Rheem® Pros are out in the field even when many of us are staying home. To help protect themselves and the homeowners and businesses they serve, we’ve asked our Pros to:

Use Wipes, Gloves and Booties Wash Their Hands Frequently Disinfect High-Use Areas Practice Physical Distancing Keep Sick Employees Home

Your health and safety are important to us. Equally important to us is that of our Rheem Pros. So if you’ve scheduled an appointment with a plumber or contractor—or really any of the hardworking service people out there—you can help by:

Calling Before Your Appointment Time if Anyone in Your Home is Sick Washing Your Hands for 20 Seconds Before Your Appointment Avoiding Physical Contact with Our Pros Paying Online or by Phone to Minimize Contact

Where to Go for More Info

Through this ever-evolving situation, we encourage you to keep up with the latest information from your local authorities and both national and international experts on dealing with the coronavirus COVID-19:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

World Health Organization (WHO)

Join Us in Making a Difference

If you’re looking for a trustworthy organization to help during these times, please consider one of the following groups Rheem supports:

American Red Cross

Hands On Atlanta

World Vision

United Way Worldwide

Get Your Questions Answered

Need to find out more about maintaining a comfortable home?