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Prestige Modulating Series (98V)

Rheem Gas Furnace – Prestige Modulating Series R98V

The EcoNet® Enabled Rheem® Prestige® Series Modulating R98V Gas Furnace is ENERGY STAR® qualified, offering one of the highest efficiencies available today—so, monthly utility bills go down and you stay comfortable all year long.

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Prestige Series Modulating (R97V)

Rheem Gas Furnaces – Prestige Series Modulating (R97V)

The EcoNet™ Enabled Rheem Prestige™ Series Modulating R97V Gas Furnace is ENERGY STAR® qualified, offering one of the highest efficiencies available today. Monthly utility bills go down, and you stay comfortable all year long.

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Prestige Series Variable Speed Multi Position (R96V)

Rheem Gas Furnaces – Prestige Series Variable Speed Multi Position (R96V)

The EcoNet™ Enabled Rheem R96V Prestige™ Series Gas Furnace is ENERGY STAR® qualified, offering one of the highest efficiencies available today. Monthly utility bills go down, and you stay comfortable all year long.

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Classic Plus Series (R96T)

Rheem R96T Classic Plus® Series Gas Furnace

The Rheem® R96T Classic Plus® Series Gas Furnace offers comfort you can count on, plus energy-saving features that make a real difference on your monthly utility bills—making your wallet more comfortable, too.

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Classic Plus Series (R95T)

Rheem R95T Classic Plus® Series Gas Furnace

The Rheem R95T Classic Plus™ Series Gas Furnace offers a more reliable way to keep your home just the way you like it. It’s designed for energy-efficient comfort that will save you money and give you peace of mind. You won’t have to give your new gas furnace a second thought.

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Classic Series Multi Position (R92T)

Rheem Gas Furnaces – Classic Series Multi Position (R92P)

Rheem’s R92T Classic® Series Gas Furnace offers comfort you can count on, plus energy saving features that make a real difference on your monthly utility bills — making your wallet more comfortable, too.

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Prestige Series Variable Speed Upflow / Horizontal (R802V)

Rheem Gas Furnaces – Prestige Series Variable Speed Upflow / Horizontal (R802V)

The EcoNet™ Enabled Rheem Prestige™ Series Gas Furnace was designed with industry-exclusive features for years of worry-free comfort. It’s also quiet, so you can stay focused on what matters most.

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Classic Plus Series 2-Stage Upflow / Horizontal (R802T)

Rheem Gas Furnaces – Classic Plus Series 2-Stage Upflow / Horizontal (R802P)

The Rheem Classic Plus™ Series Gas Furnace was designed with industry-exclusive features for years of worry-free comfort. It’s also quiet, so you can stay focused on what matters most.

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Classic Series 80% AFUE Upflow / Horizontal (R801C)

Rheem Gas Furnace – Classic Series 80% AFUE Upflow / Horizontal (R801S)

The Rheem Classic Plus™ Series Gas Furnace was designed with industry-exclusive features for years of worry-free comfort. It’s also quiet, so you can stay focused on what matters most.

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Anybody who has lived a winter in Colorado or Wyoming knows that a good heating system is a necessity. But what is the best type of heater for your home? Should you get a gas furnace or a heat pump? The choices may seem difficult, but the experts at Rheem Pro Partners are here to help you make the best decision for you.

Why Choose Rheem Pro Partners

Whether you are in the market for a furnace or heat pump, or you are looking for someone reliable to repair your Rheem furnace in Colorado or Wyoming, Rheem Pro Partners should be your first stop. We make your satisfaction our number one priority. All of our member contractors offer free on-site evaluations and bids. Not only that, but you can rest assured that your Rheem Pro Partner contractor is fully licensed and EPA certified, as well as NATE certified.

Rheem Pro Partners guarantees 100% customer satisfaction on the completion of every job, no matter whether you’re getting a tune-up for your furnace or installing a new water heater. If you’re in Colorado or Wyoming, you can discover the difference we can make in your life (and your energy bills) by calling (303) 377-1930 today.

FAQ About Rheem Furnaces and Heat Pumps

Heat pump vs. furnace: which should you choose?

Furnaces and heat pumps serve similar functions, but which one you decide to install should depend on a number of factors. If you live in an area that routinely gets below freezing (32° F/0° C), you’ll probably be better off with a furnace, as heat pumps lose efficiency at lower temperatures. If you’re in a more temperate area (especially urban centers such as Denver), consider installing a heat pump instead, as a heat pump may be able to save you a lot on operating costs. If you are still unsure which heating system you want, Rheem Pro Partners’ team of experts is glad to help you make the decision between a Rheem gas furnace and a heat pump.

What are the benefits and applications of Rheem gas furnaces?

Rheem furnaces are among the most energy-efficient in the industry. Rheem’s single-stage furnaces can be installed at low expense, or you can improve air quality and efficiency and reduce noise with a two-stage furnace. Regardless of which option you choose, the small profile of Rheem equipment makes more room for other things in your home or business.

What is the best type of furnace?

The best furnace will vary depending on your needs. Larger homes require more heating power than smaller ones, while apartment complexes may need extremely complex systems. Look for a furnace that’s the right size for the space you want to heat, and one with a high AFUE rating. Furnaces with high AFUE ratings are far more energy-efficient than their older counterparts.
What are the signs that your indoor furnace should be replaced?
There are a few telltale signs that you need to replace your furnace.

  • Your furnace is making unusual noises and cleaning it doesn’t help;
  • There are visible signs of rust or cracks in your furnace system;
  • Your energy bills keep going up, even in low-usage seasons; or
  • Rooms are heating unevenly in your home.

How often should you replace your furnace filters?

In general, you should replace your furnace filter every three months. However, thicker filters may last longer, so you should check your specific furnace’s specifications and follow them.

Rheem Pro Partners: Your Choice for Heating and Cooling in Colorado and Wyoming

Whether you’re looking for installation, repairs, or simply a check-up for your HVAC system, Rheem Pro Partners has been Colorado and Wyoming’s preferred Rheem service partner since 1992. Call 303-377-1930 to schedule an appointment with our experts today, or look at our list of current promotions.

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