Smart Water Systems
If you are considering building a new home, a green home is probably something you should be seriously considering. Important decisions such as how to heat the house, what the source of electricity should be, should you install solar panels, what type of insulation should be use, what direction should the house face to take advantage of the sun’s rays, and how to recycle water are some questions that need to be answered.
Water consumption and reusing water wisely can help reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions. Up to 60 percent of our energy costs can be used to heat water for washing machines, dishwashers, radiators, and showers. To get answers to these tough green home water questions look no further than Fountain Plumbing and Heating. Robert Liffland, president of Fountain Plumbing Heating based in Pawling, is well educated in sustainable water systems. Robert looks at the entire project and designs a system that is most energy efficient. Fountain Plumbing and Heating’s water system takes into consideration appliances, kilowatt usage, energy storage, geo-thermal, house site, lifestyle, and owner budget. Robert looks at the entire water system as one unit and says each home has its own unique set of circumstances, and needs to be treated as such. Employees at Fountain are well educated in closed loop underground systems. By drilling wells and circulating fluids through a closed loop system, it is possible to tap into an energy source down below the earth’s surface. Fountain is a plumbing and heating company that is on the cutting edge of the latest technology and techniques. Look no further than Fountain Plumbing and Heating when designing a system that uses water wisely.
Pawling Chamber Green Committee