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Green building trends and technology at IBS 2014

Green building trends and technology at IBS 2014

The International Builders’ Show kicks off the building season for 2014 bringing together the best and brightest in the construction industry. It’s where builders and others in the industry learn about the latest trends in building homes and commercial buildings....

The future of water heating

The future of water heating

New Efficiency Standards Bring Change Going back as far as 1990, manufacturers of residential water heaters have complied with the U.S. Department of Energy’s energy conservation standards.

A New Year’s Resolution You Can Keep

A New Year’s Resolution You Can Keep

Make a New Year’s resolution this year that you can keep—slim down your energy bills.  According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the annual energy bill for a single-family home is approximately $2,100.

It's not too late to prep your home for the holidays

It's not too late to prep your home for the holidays

Simple Tips to Help you Prep Your Home for the Holidays The holiday season is here, but there’s no need to panic. There’s plenty of time to prep your home for extended family and friends’ arrival.

Uncover your basement’s hidden potential

Uncover your basement’s hidden potential

According to Remodeling Magazine, homeowners recover nearly 70 percent of basement remodeling costs when selling their home. And if that isn’t enough of a reason to opt to transform your basement, maybe additional space for your growing family and your...

Combination boilers help New Jersey apartment complex significantly increase energy efficiency—Part 2

Combination boilers help New Jersey apartment complex significantly increase energy efficiency—Part 2

Meadowbrook Gardens, an apartment complex in Parsippany, N.J., underwent an extensive renovation, including upgrades to heating and hot-water systems. After determining the most cost-effective way to get the boilers into the basement of the multi-housing complex, Beta American Services, the...

Combination boilers help New Jersey apartment complex increase energy efficiency—Part 1

Combination boilers help New Jersey apartment complex increase energy efficiency—Part 1

Last year, Meadowbrook Gardens, a 1960s-era garden apartment complex in Parsippany, N.J., underwent an extensive renovation, including upgrades to heating and hot-water systems in the complex’s 10 buildings, which collectively house 151 units. The goal of InterGroup Corporation, the Los...

Case study: New England homeowner sees green after combi boiler installation

Case study: New England homeowner sees green after combi boiler installation

A product can promise the world, but does it deliver? In this case, yes. Besides comfort, utility costs may be one of the top concerns for homeowners, and one of the most important factors when selecting home appliances. So, in...

Battle winter heating bills

Battle winter heating bills

It’s official, it’s Fall, which means pumpkin spice lattes, cute kids in Halloween costumes and colder weather. And, with colder weather typically comes higher utility bills. Now is the ideal time to start thinking about some simple steps to keep energy costs as low as possible.

New hybrid water heating systems combine tank and tankless systems

New hybrid water heating systems combine tank and tankless systems

Although tankless water heaters are becoming more popular for their energy efficiency, some homeowners also want a storage tank heater as well. To fill this demand, Rinnai America Corporation launched the Hybrid tank-tankless water heater that combines the on-demand heating...

Case Study: “I’m Not Spending Money to Heat Water I’m Not Using”

Case Study: “I’m Not Spending Money to Heat Water I’m Not Using”

When Nick Conte opted to upgrade his 1,000-square-foot whole home-heating and water-heating system, he was looking for ultimate comfort. The three-story residence, located in Dedham, Mass., was previously heated by a Hydro Therm boiler — 125,000 Btu input and 102,000...

The residential (mostly) green movement

The residential (mostly) green movement

From Humble Beginnings to Five Billion ENERGY® STAR Appliances The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) definition of “green building” is: “…the practice of creating structures and using processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building's life-cycle… This practice...

Be your neighborhood’s eco-friendly epicenter

Be your neighborhood’s eco-friendly epicenter

Green technologies have afforded homeowners the ability to live more comfortably, while saving money and reducing their impact on the planet; however, sustainable products don’t necessarily mean sacrificing luxury. The following options offer you a high standard of living, while reducing your carbon footprint. 1.

There’s still time for home improvements that earn your homeowners cash back

There’s still time for home improvements that earn your homeowners cash back

The "fiscal cliff" was averted, but what does this mean to prospective clients? The answer: Now is an ideal time for homeowners--with your help--to check off some of those home improvement items on the ever-growing 'to do' list. The bill,...

Aging in place: getting the home's checklist ready

Aging in place: getting the home's checklist ready

The NAHB provides a detailed checklist that addresses a number of their long-term mobility needs.

Breaking down rating systems

Breaking down rating systems

With so many rating systems available to help ensure a home’s greenness, it can be hard to keep them all straight. Here’s a quick guide of common rating systems used for homes and water-heating systems: Energy Factor (EF) – A...

Water heaters: the right fit is the best fit

Water heaters: the right fit is the best fit

Not every household’s hot water needs are the same.

Sustainable home upgrades

Sustainable home upgrades

Beyond the daily choices people make to live more efficiently, home upgrades can often make the biggest impact on the home’s sustainability. While these upgrades require some planning and resources up front, the results lead to lower utility costs, higher...

Case study: New England home significantly reduces utility costs and carbon footprint

Case study: New England home significantly reduces utility costs and carbon footprint

According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), 29 percent of a home’s energy usage goes toward heating and 14 percent goes toward heating water.

Heating Water: A Tankless Job

Heating Water: A Tankless Job

Water Heaters are the Second-Largest Energy User in Homes Water heaters account for more than 14 percent of national residential energy consumption, and while most building professionals and consumers are familiar with traditional tank-style water heaters, which continuously heat and...

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