Water is just as precious a resource as energy in the Proud Green Home of Louisville.
If you want to be at the top of the green building programs, you have to do the best of everything.
The Proud Green Home of Louisville is a sustainable, high performance home that will earn certification from multiple green building organizations.
The overall mission of Norton Commons is to provide its residents with More Life Per Square Foot.
The Proud Green Home of Louisville was designed and constructed with healthy living in mind.
Good design pays for itself, and the proof can be seen in the Proud Green Home of Louisville.
This home reflects what what the builder has learned so far about creating living spaces focused on good health, well-being, energy-efficiency, water-efficiency, durability and social and environmental restoration."
One of the top goals of the Proud Green Home of Louisville was to create a highly energy efficient yet very livable home.
Attributes such as low space utilization, high energy efficiency, and superior service life of tankless water heaters are factors driving demand for a tankless water heater.
Low-flow toilets and other technology innovations can help save water in every home, and each step can make a difference.
Water heaters continue to gain efficiencies through innovative engineering that grabs energy that used to be wasted.
Everyone can take small steps to reduce water use, usually with only a few small changes to daily habits.
More than half of home builders expect to be doing 60 percent or more of their new homes green by 2020, an interest reflected in the Top 10 feature stories for 2015.
The National Appliance Energy Conservation Act mandates that new residential and light-duty commercial water heaters meet higher efficiency ratings.
Under the new regulations that took effect April 16, 2015, water-heating options for contractors of new and existing homes will vary dramatically.
New standards for water heaters will force changes on homeowners, builders and plumbing contractors while saving tons of carbon dioxide emissions and energy at the same time.
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