Aussie Builder Blog Calls Nexus eWater "Truly Smart"

Posted on July 27 , 2017 in homebuilding, Homeowners, Grey Water, NEXtreater, NSF350, Plumbing Codes, smarthomes, technology, NEXheater by Josh

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Thanks to Australian Modern Build for taking the time to feature us!

From the article:

Your phone can talk to your fridge, your oven can talk to your TV, and on it goes.

Smart Appliances are youthful and exciting, but we cannot always say that they are truly more efficient, economical or intelligent. The Internet of Things is being called “smart”, but what does that mean? Are they any better? Are they built smarter?

What has not been so evident in the mainstream are the stunning advances in efficiency and productivity for some of our most basic utilities. Advances that in many minds trump the Smart Device World by their efficiency and intelligent design.

Products like Nest and the Tesla Solar Roof, for example, are changing the way homes are built. Similar technology is being developed that is changing how homes use energy. To be sure, there are many challenges, but the exciting thing for home builders and renovators goes beyond just smart tech. It also includes “smart design” and “smart built”.

Nexus Water (www.nexusewater.com), is another example of a new breed of efficient (read, “truly smart”) technology that homeowners can take advantage of.

Giving thought to what homeowners actually want, Nexus Water developed a drain water treatment device that can handle and convert grey water for irrigation and a water heater that recycles the embedded energy (heat) in drain water and reuses it for your water heating.

The concepts are simple, yet a great leap forward in a genuinely “smarter” home.

Questions? Comments? Don't hesitate to contact us!

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Josh Fuller, Marketing & Sales
Josh@nexusewater.com

Josh Fuller is a 3-year team member at Nexus eWater and leads Nexus’ inside sales and marketing activities. Josh earned his BA in Communication and Information Sciences in 2009 and his MBA in 2014, both from The University of Alabama.