Rinnai America Corporation’s Super-High-Efficiency-Plus (SE+) Series Tankless Water Heating System is going to be featured in the HGTV Smart Home 2017. Located in Scottsdale, Arizona, this year's project showcases advanced home technologies that enhance daily life as well as authentic, nature-inspired décor by HGTV Smart Home 2017 host and designer Tiffany Brooks.
Rinnai's SE+ Series Tankless Water Heater, featuring ThermaCirc360 technology, delivers unlimited hot water throughout the approximately 3,300-square-foot home. The house will also include Rinnai's new Control-R Wireless Module, which allows the tankless system to be controlled and monitored via a smart phone app, for added flexibility and convenience.
“The HGTV Smart Home 2017 serves as an ideal example of the types of technology-forward living environments available to homeowners today,” said Rinnai Vice President of Marketing Mark Buss. “Thanks to our ThermaCirc360 recirculation technology and Wi-Fi connectivity, the SE+ Series Tankless System has taken smart water heating to a new level, and we believe our inclusion in this project will educate viewers about the ways tankless technology adds comfort to a home, while saving both energy and water.”
The home's future owner will be able to experience hot water quickly at the tap courtesy of the ThermaCirc360 technology.
With the inclusion of the Control-R Wireless Module, Rinnai's SE+ Series Tankless System is part of this "connected world." This option for water heating maintenance and management makes changing the water temperature or activating the recirculation system simpler than ever, while also giving dealers the ability to remotely monitor the unit.
The HGTV Smart Home 2017 will be given away to one winner this summer, and interested parties may enter the sweepstakes twice per day through 5 p.m. on June 2. To enter the HGTV Smart Home Giveaway 2017 or to learn more about the project, visit www.HGTV.com/Smart.