Aquor Water Systems named Best Overall Product and Best Water Saving Device
NATIONAL HARBOR, MARYLAND–TECHOME BUILDER SUMMIT–DECEMBER 10, 2019–Aquor Water Systems’s outdoor faucet system was awarded Best Overall and Best Water Saving Device at the 2019 TecHome Builder Summit held in National Harbor, Maryland.
The TecHome Builder Summit is a hosted-style event that drives extraordinary progress on technology for the nation’s biggest and most progressive high-volume, multifamily and luxury homebuilders. The 2019 Summit hosted over 300 leaders working on expanding and refining their tech plays and identifying the vendors they’ll need to succeed in a rapidly growing market.
Out of 44+ product entries, Aquor’s House Hydrant V2+ was named the Best Overall.
The House Hydrant V2+ sets the benchmark for innovation in outdoor faucet systems. As the only 100% marine-grade stainless steel hydrant in the world, Aquor’s industry-leading freeze protection is 8x better than any brass sillcock on the market today. It’s the lowest-profile wall hydrant ever–extending 15mm from the wall, it eliminates snagging and safety hazards, making it possible for builders to add faucets to narrow walkways and spaces. Modular builders no longer have to worry about exterior fixtures affecting strict shipping widths. The pressure-closed valve is unlike any sillcock available as well. It can’t be over-tightened and promises years of reliable, maintenance-free use. Aquor’s twist-lock connection eliminates the common hassle of threading on garden hoses. For senior citizens and home owners with back or wrist pain, Aquor’s easy one-second connection is a life-saver. Available in brushed stainless, matte black, and slate gray, it’s the most aesthetically pleasing, convenient, and reliable outdoor faucet available.
“We’re thrilled to be recognized as Best in Show and Best Water Saving Device at the TecHome Builder Summit,” said Kamil Slusarski, CEO of Aquor. “People love the idea and the benefits of the system. It’s an industry that hasn’t seen a lot of innovation in past years, and we’re wanting to change that.”