HGTV Green Home 2008: Unique Second-Floor Bathroom

The upstairs guest bathroom at Green Home employs efficient "on-demand" tankless water heaters, energy saving short-run hot water lines and low-flow toilets that use rainwater recycled from roof runoff.

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Striped Shower

The mosaic glass tile stripes give the shower unique flair. "Because this door is always open," Linda says, "I had to do something bold." An aerator on the shower reduces water flow without compromising water pressure. The house is designed to minimize the length of the hot water lines, reducing energy wasted waiting on hot water at the shower or faucet. Tankless water heaters service the house and save energy by only heating water when needed.

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