Since ClimateMaster began partnering with Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity 10 years ago, the relationship has blossomed into a collaboration that has benefitted scores of local low-income families by putting them into affordable housing and in homes that rank among the most efficient available when it comes to heating and cooling.
The Rose Eisendrath House has been restored as Tempe, Arizona’s Eisendrath Center for Water Conservation thanks to several major donors funding the 10-year $4.3 million project. The renovation’s highlights included a patented re-circulatory water pump system that is designed for buildings to save an average of 10,000 gallons of water a year.
According to Energy Star, heating and cooling costs the average homeowner more than $1,000 per year, or about half the home's total energy bill. Investing in roofing that can lower those costs can pay off in lower utility bills and...
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