While at the Pacific Coast Builders Conference in San Francisco a couple weeks ago, I was fortunate enough to sit down with my favorite radio hosts, James and Morris Carey. They asked me to fill them in on new and innovative products from the show, many of which focused on energy saving and sustainability. Below is a little bit about the products and companies that stood out above the rest, as well as the audio clip of my time on On the House.
One really great thing I saw was a new lighting technology by Halo. Halo has introduced LED luminaries that save both energy and money by conserving electricity and having a longer life.
Eternal makes a hybrid water heater that conserves energy, and can save you money on your monthly water bill.
Several companies explored the great outdoors with products perfect for outdoor living:
Danver Stainless Steel Cabinetry introduced its Wood-Fired Pizza Oven, charcoal fire grill and smoker, and infrared grill, all made for outdoor cooking.
Belgard exhibited a ready-made outdoor fireplace that can literally be dropped on a patio with a forklift.
Fire Rock also makes a line of outdoor fire places that can be easily installed using a simple kit.
You can “build green” with Nichiha’s fiber cement. This cement is both water and insect resistant, and the factory even recycles its water when making their products.
I found these products to be quite impressive and revolutionary, and expect their popularity to rise  in home building.
“On the House” with the Carey Brothers


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