Today’s smart technology is changing the way home owners manage their energy consumption and associated costs. Among the leading improvements contributing to utility savings are tankless, point-of-use electric water heaters.
The kitchen is the most used and impressive home amenity. Whenever guests show up, or even just your immediate family getting together, it seems like the place to congregate is the kitchen.
Each home in the Latitude project was designed to provide a low-maintenance, energy-efficient lifestyle.
A bathroom remodel is among the more costly improvements to a house. Here's one item that costs less than many bathroom vanities to consider for a remodeling project.
If your laundry room is like most others, chances are you would appreciate a bit more space for a folding table, shelving or a laundry basket or two.
Each home was tested by an independent third party energy rater to develop a HERS Index score.
While you may be making plans for a summer gallop in your RV, do you remember whether your water supply included hot water? Now is the time to check it out.
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It won’t be long before your swimming pool is your oasis from the day’s hectic pace. Do you remember having problems with your pool’s hot water heater last year? Now is the time to address them.
Kitchens and bathrooms are among the most influential areas of a home on the market. State-of-the-art lighting, radiant-heated floors, new appliances and bath fixtures are among the things buyers look closely at when considering a purchase.
There have been significant improvements in recent years to often-needed supplemental heating of household water. Among them are point-of-use (POU) tankless heaters typically installed under the kitchen, a bathroom sink or nearby any hot water fixture.
Thirty percent of the average home’s energy budget is allocated to heating water.
Looking not-so-far-back a couple of generations when indoor toilets were replacing outhouses, we see quite a quantum leap in technological advances for our home comforts. Electric, tankless water heaters now provide endless hot water on demand without the 24/7/365 waste of energy used by the dinosaur tank heaters found in our basements.
Electric, tankless water heaters have come a long way, providing endless hot water for all demands in your home and business.
An electric, tankless water heater is a wonderful booster to compliment your existing tank heater.
Though the floor plan is compact, homeowners of the Saltbox won't have to sacrifice having friends over or entertaining.
Ever consider saving money, saving energy and saving space with an efficient, electric tankless water heater? Maybe it’s time you did.
Pre-spa or pre-pool showers remove make-up, body lotions and grime before entering the water, making a pleasant experience all the more pleasant. It also reduces build-up in the water filtration system. And a quick warm rinse afterwards gets chlorine and other chemicals off your skin and out of your hair.
Nothing better after romping in the ice and snow than a long hot shower. Make sure you have enough hot water for everyone with a booster electric, tankless water heater or two.
Garage and garden out-buildings are perfect places for instant hot water.