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Beyond the Show Floor

Rinnai Participates in Show Homes

Beyond the Show Floor

During the International Builders' Show (IBS), Rinnai will showcase its latest and greatest heating and water-heating products, including the newest E Series Boiler and the recently re-introduced Vent Free Fan Convectors at booth C7343. Beyond the show floor, Rinnai also has a significant presence in Professional Builder’s Show Village and the National Association of Home Builders’ (NAHB) The New American Home (TNAH).

TNAH, the official show home of IBS since 1984, and Show Village will display the future of building with an intent focus on housing performance without compromising aesthetics. Both show homes will highlight trends, such as energy efficiency, as well as designs that delight homeowners.

The Fire Island Home within Show Village and TNAH will feature Rinnai Ultra Series Condensing Tankless Water Heaters. Water heating is the second-largest energy user in homes. In fact, the average household spends between $400-$600 per year on water heating.

Because Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters operate only when the need for hot water is detected and shut down when the demand for hot water ceases, they use less energy—in some cases up to 40 percent less energy—than tank-style water heaters and produce an endless supply of hot water. According to energystar.gov, ENERGY STAR®-qualified tankless water heaters, save an average family more than $100 on their utility bills per year compared to a traditional tank-style water heater. Larger families can save even more.

About Show Village

The 2014 Show Village features three homes—Fire Island, Bungalow and Net Zero, as well as a high-end kitchen. Located adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center, the area is ideal for a quick break from the show floor. Show Village was constructed by Irontown Homes located in Spanish Fork, Utah.

About TNAH

Located in the exclusive foothills of Henderson, Nev., TNAH is one of 44 custom and semi-custom home sites within Sky Terrace. Designed by legendary architect, Barry Berkus, TNAH incorporates important amenities for today’s upscale homebuyer and touts a multi-generational living solution to accommodate boomerang kids, aging in place with caregivers and universal design features. The home was also designed and built to the National Green Building Standard.

If you’re not able to attend, photos and a video virtual tour will be available shortly after the show.

And for more about what’s happening at the Rinnai booth, watch the Rinnai Facebook page or Twitter feed for live updates from the show floor.




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