Rheem makes gas furnaces like the Rheem Classic Plus Series 80 Downflow RGLT for any application you can think of, in a range of sizes to meet any need. The HVAC Prices form we recently received from Rudy in Chesapeake, Virginia offers the Rheem Classic Plus Series Super Quiet 80 Downflow RGLT gas furnace price and gives an idea of when this furnace is a great choice.
“We live near water here so do not have a basement in our home. The utility closet is centrally located on the main floor which makes heat distribution easy in our 2-story home. The problem is noise! The furnace we recently replaced was always noisy – for 16 years, and got worse in the last few years. No one was sorry to see it finally die. I started researching gas furnace prices and models a year ago and came across the Rheem Classic Plus Series Super Quiet 80 Downflow RGLT furnace. It’s perfect for our needs – designed for downflow/horizontal applications and built to be one of the quietest furnaces currently available. I had a contractor lined up and ready to go when the old furnace croaked.
There are several Rheem dealers within an hour of here so I got quotes from several and checked lots of references. The company I chose wasn’t the cheapest and they weren’t the most expensive, but they easily had the best reputation on Angie’s list and their references all checked out. Here’s the winning bid:
Rheem Classic Plus Series Super Quiet 80 Downflow RGLT 125,000 Btu gas furnace, $1,579.
Installation: $2,350. Total: $3,929
The installation was a challenge by the grunts and groans I heard from the crew, as well as a few under-the-breath remarks. But they got it done in a little more than a day and had it running smoothly by lunch on day 2. It’s been in service about a month and we are amazed at how quiet it is! You can hear it if the house is quiet, but it’s a soothing sound, not rattling whine. We love it!”
Quiet operation is just one of the many performance features that make the Rheem Classic Plus Series Super Quiet 80 Downflow RGLT gas furnace a winner. Here are more details:
Installation in tight places and attics can be especially tricky. DIY installation isn’t recommended under the best of conditions and definitely not where space is tight. It’s always best to leave the installation to a qualified contractor who is experienced with the brand and the type of installation required. You’ll get better performance from your furnace and more years of service, plus your warranty will be in effect and you’ll have the confidence you’re getting the safest, most efficient heating possible.