When it comes to home appliances, your hot water heater plays a unique role. If everything’s working properly, you probably don’t think much about it. However, a cold shower or water damage will have you investigating right away! In this post, we’ll discuss some of the features of our state-of-the-art Rheem water heaters, and how they can help make your home more comfortable without breaking the bank.
Water damage in your home is unsightly, expensive, and a huge hassle to repair. But what if there was a way your water heater could actually help prevent leaks and the damage they cause? Rheem’s newest smart electric water heaters have the answer with their LeakSense and LeakGuard technologies.
With LeakSense, the water heater connects to your smartphone through an app. If a leak is detected, it will send you an alert in seconds. This enables you to address the problem immediately and avoid costly damage.
The LeakSense feature partners with the LeakGuard to automatically shut off the water – preventing any more than 20 ounces of water from spilling!
Traditional water heaters are often criticized because the amount of hot water can run out unexpectedly. That’s no fun if it’s your turn in the shower. Not with Rheem! The Hot Water Availability feature tells you exactly how much hot water is in the tank. This helps manage shower lengths so that even the last person to bathe still has plenty of hot water left!
Comfort is king when it comes to home appliances, but efficiency is a close second. Similar to HVAC apps that let you adjust the temperature in your home remotely, Rheem’s smartphone app can do the same thing for your hot water heater. Not only can you turn the heat off and on when you’re not home, but you can also schedule it to start heating up so it’s ready and warm when you need it! This can result in energy savings, as the tank is not constantly needing to be heated.
WORTH THE CALL
The Bosworth Company is proud to offer Rheem tank water heaters. You can learn more about their Smart Electric and ProTerra Hybrid models on their website. Make an appointment online, or call us today at (432) 570-5233 to learn more about what a new smart water heater could mean for your home. It’s Worth the Call. Always.