Heat Pump Water Heater Deals!

NOW IS THE TIME to save energy costs and improve your hot water performance with a new Rheem® Hybrid Electric Water Heater.

SIGNIFICANT SAVINGS — INCLUDING UP TO $300 PER YEAR

Energy-efficient and durable, heat pump water heaters can save you up to $300 a year on electric water heating costs.  A vacation setting further enables energy savings. We help locate rebates and incentives, helping lower both purchase and installation costs. It’s often an investment that pays for itself within three years and delivers big savings in the long run.

Who Qualifies?

Energy Trust of Oregon offers instant cash incentives for the installation of qualified energy-efficient upgrades for Oregon homes.
1 (one) water heater per residence

This is only available for a limited time. Act now!

Save now. Save LAter.

Rheem® Hybrid Electric Water Heater

For years of quiet, energy-saving and worry-free hot water, our team recommends the Rheem Hybrid Electric Water Heater. As maximum energy savings are reliant on a water heater that’s sized to fit your needs, it’s available in three sizes: 50, 65, and 80 gallons. There are many benefits that make this water heater stand out.

hpwheto2021

Use code hpwheto2021 at checkout to redeem the $500 off your first water heater.

50 - Gallon

PROH50 T2RH310BM

$979

*Price shown is after $500 coupon code rebate

$519

Delivers hot showers up to
4 people*
*If you have a soaking tub we recommend upgrading to 80-gallon model

65 - Gallon

PROH65 T2RH310BM

$1,499

*Price shown is after $500 coupon code rebate

$999

Delivers hot showers up to
5 people*
*If you have a soaking tub we recommend upgrading to 80-gallon model

80 - Gallon

PROH80 T2RH310BM

$1,899

*Price shown is after $500 coupon code rebate

$1,490

Delivers hot showers up to
6 people*
*We recommend this model if you have a soaking tub
*Shipping times will vary and could be anywhere from 2-4 weeks depending on unit availability.

hpwheto2021

Use code hpwheto2021 at checkout to redeem the $500 off your first water heater.

Accessories and Options

EcoNet™ WiFi Kit

Professional Installation Inquiry

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*Exclusions apply. Installation pricing begins at $350 for a simple swap-out where no additional work is required. Adjustments to piping or conversion from gas will increase installation costs. Installation is not required to take advantage of incentive pricing.
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DIY Install Kit

  • (QTY 1) Water Heater Thermal Pad
  • (QTY 1) 2-gallon Expansion Tank
  • (QTY 2) 36" - 3/4" Flexible Brass Water Connector
  • (QTY 1) schd 40 3/4" Slip PVC Tee
  • (QTY 6) schd 40 - 3/4 PVC 90
  • (QTY 4) schd 40 - 3/4" PVC coupling
  • (QTY 1) schd 40 - 3/4" PVC Cap
  • (QTY 1) schd 40 - 3/4" PVC male thread, 3/4" female slip coupling
  • (QTY 1) CPVC 3/4" x 10' pipe
  • (QTY 1) CPVC 3/4" male thread, 3/4" female slip adapter
  • (QTY 1) schd 40 PVC 3/4" pipe 10'
  • (QTY 1) schd 40 PVC 3/4" pipe 20'

Additional Details

Energy-efficient and durable, heat pump water heaters give you reliable hot water, and can save you up to $300 a year on electric water heating costs.

Can actually provide more hot water per hour than similar-sized standard electric water heaters.

Use your mobile device to choose temperature setpoint, engage vacation mode, and receive alerts and service notifications.

Smart features like Energy Saver and High Demand modes allow the Rheem Hybrid Electric Water Heater to provide more hot water when needed, while using less energy overall. And, it’s designed to dampen noises and vibrations, making it quietest in its class.
Shipping times will vary and could be anywhere from 2-4 weeks depending on unit availability.

– Attached residences, such as duplexes, triplexes, and fourplexes
– Side-by-side units with no residences above or below, such as a townhome​
– Stacked structures with five or more dwelling units, such as an apartment or condominium building with two or more stories
– Campus living, such as dormitories and sorority and fraternity housing
– Assisted living properties
– Common areas managed by homeowner associations, such as clubhouses and neighborhood lighting​