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American Water Heaters

A Great Company - A Future Of Success American Water Heaters is a leading manufacturer of high-quality water heater products with manufacturing, research and development and corporate offices located in Johnson City, TN. American offers a comprehensive line of residential and commercial water heaters. Centrally Located. The company's Tennessee home is an ideal location to serve America's largest population centers. From its Tennessee warehouse, American products can be delivered to almost any location within North America in a matter of days.

Rheem Water Heaters

Rheem Manufacturing Company was established in the mid-1920s when brothers Richard and Donald Rheem acquired a galvanizing plant in San Francisco, California. In the 1930's, Rheem began manufacturing water heaters, and by 1936 had coast to coast distribution. During the 1940s and 1950s, the company increased its product line to include space heating units for homes, oil furnaces and air conditioners. In 1959, Rheem acquired Ruud Manufacturing Company, a pioneer in the water heating industry with a well-regarded product line and a distribution network throughout North America. In subsequent years, Rheem entered the heating and air conditioning market and expanded in the late 1960's and 1970's with the rapid growth of the central air conditioning industry. In 1985, the company acquired Raypak, a leading producer of copper tube boilers used for swimming pool heating and commercial hot water supply and hydronic heating.

Bradford White Water Heaters

At Bradford White, our goal is simple. We will be the manufacturer of choice in the wholesale market. We will achieve this by listening to the customer and maintaining flexibility in our processes and procedures. Together with the talents of our suppliers, the cooperation of our customers and the dedication of our employees, we are able to provide hot water solutions for any situation. With a long and successful history dating back to 1881, Bradford White today is one of the most technologically advanced manufacturers of water heating, space heating, combination heating and water storage products in the world. With headquarters in suburban Philadelphia and its 800,000 sq. ft. manufacturing operation in Middleville, Michigan, the company builds all of its products strictly for wholesale distribution. Bradford White products for residential, commercial and industrial applications are designed for installation installed by plumbing and heating professiona

AO Smith Water Heaters

Welcome to A. O. Smith Corporation A. O. Smith Corporation is a global leader applying innovative technology and energy-efficient solutions to products marketed worldwide. We are one of the world's leading manufacturers of residential and commercial water heating equipment, offering a comprehensive product line featuring the best-known brands in North America and China. A. O. Smith is also one of the largest manufacturers of electric motors for residential and commercial applications in North America. The Best Selection of High Efficiency Water Heaters When it comes to high efficiency water heaters, no one comes close to matching the expertise and innovation of A. O. Smith. Whether you need a gas, an electric, or even a solar panel water heater, the inventive minds at A. O. Smith have one already waiting for you. With higher efficiency ratings and groundbreaking designs, these models are part of an exciting new era in water heating. Welcome to the high efficiency revolutio

Lochinvar Water Heaters

Corporation history dates back to 1919 with its founder Walter Vallett, Sr.’s entry into the water heater business. Mr. Vallett was a true industry pioneer, having been instrumental in the development of the first automatic gas-fired water heaters early in his career. Walter Vallett, Sr. founded the Walter Vallett Company May 16, 1946. After acquiring the Michigan Tank and Furnace Company, the company name was changed to Lochinvar Water Heater Corporation. In 1978, his son William Vallett became president and grew the business through his innovation and leadership until his retirement in 1992. Today the company continues to be a closely held, 3rd generation, family owned corporation headed by Bill Vallett, Jr., President and Executive Vice Presidents, Jeff Vallett and Tom Vallett.

Tank-less Water Heaters

also called Instantaneous or Demand Water Heaters, provide hot water only as it is needed. Traditional storage water heaters produce standby energy losses that cost you money. We do not leave our homes heated while vacationing. We only heat our homes when there is a demand for heat. In the same way, a Tankless Water Heater is used only when there is a demand for hot water. Tankless Water Heaters heat water directly without the use of a storage tank. Therefore, they avoid the standby heat losses associated with storage water heaters. When a hot water tap is turned on, cold water travels through a pipe into the unit. In an electric Tankless Water Heater an electric element heats the water. In a gas-fired Tankless Water Heater a gas burner heats the water. As a result, Tankless Water Heaters deliver a constant supply of hot water. You don't need to wait for a storage tank to fill up with enough hot water. Typically, Tankless Water Heaters provide hot water at a rate of 2 – 5 gallons (7.6 – 15.2 liters) per minute. Typically, gas-fired Tankless Water Heaters will produce higher flow rates than electric Tankless Water Heaters. Some smaller Tankless Water Heaters, however, cannot supply enough hot water for simultaneous, multiple uses in large households. For example, taking a shower and running the dishwasher at the same time can stretch a Tankless Water Heater to its limit. To overcome this problem, you can install a “whole house” type Tankless Water Heater or install two or more Tankless Water Heaters, connected in parallel for simultaneous demands of hot water. You can also install separate Tankless Water Heaters for appliances—such as a clothes washer or dishwater—that use a lot of hot water in your home.