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Split-System Heating & Cooling Products A split-system home comfort system uses an outdoor (air conditioner or heat pump) and indoor (gas furnace, air handler or oil furnace) to deliver comfortable air to a living environment.

Integrated Heating & Water Heating System Powered by Tankless Technology One Source for home heating, cooling and water heating Complete System - The only system of its kind manufactured by the experts in integrated home comfort innovations Compatible with Rheem air conditioners and heat pumps Available in 32 to 90 thousand BTUH capacities 5-Year air handler warranty, and 10-Year tankless heat exchanger warranty

Respected For Reliability, Rheem is an industry leader for total heating, cooling and water heating solutions. In fact, Rheem is one of the few global brands with product offerings covering residential and commercial heating, cooling, conventional and hybrid storage-style water heaters, tankless water heaters, solar water heating systems, hydronic and geothermal systems, indoor air quality accessories, and replacement parts for all categories.

Air conditioners and heat pumps will often look identical in design, foot print, etc. As with normal split system air conditioning above, a heat pump can be used instead of an air conditioning unit to keep homes comfortable all year long.During the summer months, a heat pump draws heat out of your home to cool it.

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How to Restart a Furnace After Running out of Oil

How to restart an oil furnace after running out of oil.

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Saving Energy: Blown Attic Insulation

Blown-in (or cellulose) insulation is environmentally friendly - it's made from recycled newspaper. It's also cheaper than traditional fiberglass insulation.

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Converting to a Gas Furnace from an Oil Furnace Costs a Bundle Up Front, Saves Money Each Month

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