the on-demand water heaters have been installed. He’s swapped out standard PVC for a material specifically designed for flu gas, and has chosen an arrangement that requires only one roof penetration.
Down in the basement, Chris learns why this house will benefit from three HVAC systems as opposed to one. This arrangement offers a lot of control to the homeowners; the system is sophisticated enough to maintain set comfort levels amidst outdoor temperature swings. Up on the roof, a tubular-style skylight is installed to drive natural light into the hallway below.
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