The challenges on multifamily owners and operators to attract and retain quality tenants have never been greater. Whether itâ€™s renovating properties or constructing affordable market-rate housing, owners must balance resident expectations with NOI requirements. Read why PeerlessÂ® is an increasingly popular choice for design, quality and price in the multifamily space.
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Next-generation PeerlessÂ® Faucet reinvents whatâ€™s expected in the kitchen and bathroom
The laundry room is getting more attention from interior designers, appliance manufacturers, and homeowners. The space has traditionally been an afterthought but is quickly evolving into a multipurpose room thanks in part to shifting homeowner demand and technology advances in washers and dryers.
This course will examine how modern laundry rooms are being used, what architects and builders should look for when designing the laundry space, considerations on how to connect washers and dryers with the rest of the home, and how builders can begin to integrate a whole-home appliance approach into new, custom homes.
As the hospitality industry continues to evolve, there is a greater focus on the guest experience. With increasing customer expectations for comfortable, quiet rooms, the Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner (PTAC) and Packaged Terminal Heat Pump (PTHP) play a vital role in overall guest satisfaction. This CEU demonstrates the level of quality that PTAC/PTHP systems offer the hospitality environment. You will also learn the benefits of the product, why it offers maximum efficiency, what factors and accessories help the system operate more effectively, and what makes PTAC/PTHP systems so reliable.
Combining outdoor in both indoor and outdoor spaces is a key request from homeowners in todayâ€™s building market. As revealed in a recent survey of architects, rooms that have seen particularly strong growth in popularity over the past year include outdoor living areas and rooms. Almost 63 percent of residential architects surveyed report that interest in outdoor living areas/rooms are increasing, while fewer than 2 percent report interest to be declining. The increased enthusiasm in outdoor living has pushed this special function room to the top of the most popular list.Architects and designers are being asked to specify outdoor spaces, in particular kitchen spaces, that are not only functional but aesthetically pleasing. With the renewed energy surrounding biophilic design concepts, architects and designers must understand best practices for outdoor kitchen design, as well as appliance considerations that are available. Overall, the form and function of the outdoor kitchen space must be well thought out and designed in a way that promotes safety and wellness for the homeowners who enjoy it.
The economic, technological, and societal challenges new businesses face and how these businesses can learn from legacy companies that have survived and succeeded through the decades will be explored. This topic will be viewed, in part, through the lens of a kitchen appliance manufacturer who has played an integral role in moving an age-old industry forward through innovation, craftsmanship, and customer service. The evolution of the kitchen will also be examined, as well as the role innovation has played in transforming the kitchen from a utilitarian, sometimes dysfunctional space into the hub of the home.
For multifamily developers, owners, and property managers the stakes couldnâ€™t be higher. Today, many owners have been forced to up their game to keep pace with the competition to capture and retain the loyalty of tenants through amenities. This whitepaper examines the transformation of an amenity frequently overlooked in the propertyâ€™s portfolio of resident advantages - the laundry room. Central to this amenity is the washer and dryer technology that powers it.
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Exploring How Propane-Fueled Hydronic Heating Technologies Improve Sustainability and Occupant Comfort (Print Course)
This course will explore how propane-fueled hydronic heating technologies such as radiant hydronic and forced-air hydronic can improve the sustainability of buildings and the health and comfort of occupants.
We will examine how these technologies work, the advantages of each type, and how building owners can overcome space-heating challenges with hydronic heating systems. Finally, the course will explore several case studies where hydronic heating systems were used to save money, maximize energy efficiency, and improve thermal comfort.
While most kitchens do have ventilation systems, homeowners often donâ€™t use them properly and arenâ€™t aware of how quickly cooking can negatively impact a homeâ€™s indoor air quality. This course discusses that impact and how proper specification of ventilation systems can significantly improve indoor air quality to protect occupant health and safeguard a homeâ€™s fixtures and furnishings from detrimental grease and odors. We will cover how to achieve proper sizing and positioning of a ventilation system, design and customization options, as well as projects where ventilation systems were used to maximize style and safety in residential kitchens.