About Rheem Continuous Flow
If you are interested in a Rheem Continuous Flow, contact Jim's Plumbing. Our plumbers are experts when it comes to Rheem hot water solutions. We’re available 24/7, 7 days a week to give up to date advice and top notch hot water service. We can even have a plumber to your door within an hour of your call.*
Continuous flow gas water heaters, also known as instantaneous systems, work by heating water as required. For example, when a tap is turned on for a shower cold water enters the continuous flow system and is preheated in a secondary exchanger. It then travels through the primary heat exchanger and from there it leaves nice and hot, ready for you to enjoy!
Because continuous flow gas water heaters don’t heat and store water like storage water systems, they are smaller and generally more energy efficient. Their range includes:
Choosing The Right Rheem Continuous Flow For My Home
Whether you’re choosing a system for a new build or one to replace your current water heater, you’ll want to select a Rheem that’s right for your space, needs and budget.
At Jim’s Plumbing, our qualified plumbers are here to help. When recommending a Rheem system to you, they consider:
- The gas supply to your home; natural or liquid petroleum gas (LPG)
- The number of people who live in your home
- How many bathrooms you have
- When and how hot water is used
- Your location and budget
No matter the size of your home or your needs, Jim’s Plumbing can find the perfect Rheem hot water solution for you!
Interest Free Terms
The price of Rheem continuous flow gas water heaters varies according to a system’s size and features. Your expert plumber from Jim’s Plumbing can discuss pricing with you and select a water heater that meets your budget.
You can also take advantage of Jim’s flexible $0 deposit, interest free payment options. These don’t need a deposit or gain interest, and can be managed in weekly or fortnightly instalments**.
So, what are you waiting for? Contact Jim’s Plumbing today for any of your Rheem continuous flow gas hot water systems needs.