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Comfort. Costs Savings. Code Compliance.

HVAC systems are supposed to provide a homeowner with a comfortable living environment, but often that’s just not the case. Hot and cold rooms and poor humidity control are commonplace. Rheia’s unique system, offering better-balanced heating and cooling, improves comfort while cutting installation costs and aligning with updated industry codes that are demanding better energy efficiency for the homeowner. Different by design, Rheia is comfort reimagined.

25-60%

Decreased installation time.

Save Time. Save Money.

Rheia air distribution systems are engineered to be simple, saving time and money through installation productivity improvements. Compared to a conventional system, Rheia’s easy-install system saves up to 60% on installation time — depending on the size, type, and location of the home. This enables contractors to do more with their limited labor availability.

The Rheia system is so advanced it’s simple, enabling crews to be trained in minutes and alleviating challenges caused by skilled workforce shortages.

25-60%

Decreased installation time.

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Up to 50% improved delta room to room temperatures.

Improve Energy Efficiency

On average, almost 50% of the energy consumed by a typical single family home is used by the HVAC system, and up to 25% of it does not make it into the living spaces. Ductwork in the attic is the main culprit. Rheia systems, integrated into the thermal envelope of a home, upends those statistics.

Rheia pilot homes are outperforming conventional systems in every region of the country. Rheia systems have surpassed ACCA Standard 5 requirements for average temperature variance. And Rheia systems are proving superior when it comes to the average room-to-room temperature deltas — exceeding the performance of conventional systems, specifically in the Northeast, by as much as 50%.

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Up to 50% improved delta room to room temperatures.

Get A Jump On Code Compliance

Energy codes requiring higher standards of performance are already in effect in some states, and will be universally required across the U.S. in the coming years. To improve a home’s energy efficiency, HVAC systems will be required to be located inside the thermal envelope. 

Bulky, conventional HVAC systems can’t meet that requirement at a reasonable cost. Rheia can.

With its flexible, small-diameter duct system, Rheia fits into walls and floors with minimal impact to the interior architecture. And, since its design allows for easy assembly, Rheia systems save time and money on installation, exceed Energy Star and improve HERs requirements, while giving builders an opportunity to take advantage of tax incentives.

Some states are already getting a jump on the upcoming requirements and are rolling them out now. Are you ready?

At Rheia, we are. We’ve already improved installation time and comfort for a number of our clients in the homebuilding industry. Learn how.

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Up to 50% improved delta room to room temperatures.

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