WeatherKing Gas Furnaces, Central Air and Heat PumpsWeatherking A/C Reviews
Read Weatherking Furnace Reviews
Read Weatherking Heat Pump Reviews
Write a review of WEATHERKING
WeatherKing manufactures commercial air conditioners (condensing units), heat pumps and gas furnaces. WeatherKing is owned by Rheem Manufacturing Co., but operated as a separate business unit until the brand fell out of use by Rheem. Rheem also markets the Ruud line of heating and cooling equipment. Rheem is headquartered in Atlanta.
The first trademark for the WeatherKing brand was filed in 1963. According to ACHR News, WeatherKing of Florida Inc. was formed in Orlando, Fla.; in 1965 it became simply WeatherKing Inc. The company later became a division of Addison Products. Rheem acquired WeatherKing from Addison Products Co. in 1988.
WeatherKing manufacturers commercial and residential air conditioners (condensing units), heat pumps and gas furnaces. The manufacturer says its designs its products based on input from consumers and dealers.
WeatherKing offered a number of packaged air conditioning and heat pump units. Products such as the WLKB and RSNM/RSPM packaged air conditioners or PJL and PJM heat pumps were designed to be cost-effective and easy to install and maintain. An easy-to-reach control box and total access to the coil are among their features.
The manufacturer also offered gas furnaces, such as the RGRS/RGRT series of 90 percent AFUE upflow furnaces. These units were specifically designed for compact spaces, with left and right side hookups to further ease installation. Direct spark ignition was standard on this and other units.
How to find an HVAC Contractor
FurnaceCompare's free Find a Contractor tool can help you find qualified pre-screened contractors. Every contractor in our database has been screened for a clean credit and legal history, and has been in business for at least three years.
5600 Old Greenwood Road
Fort Smith, AR 72903
Phone: (479) 646-4311
WeatherKing offers a standard 5-year limited warranty on all parts for residential units. Certain models offer up to 10 years of parts coverage with limited lifetime warranties on heat exchangers.