KB Home will celebrate the Grand Opening of its next generation of energy-efficient home designs, a net-zero energy home it has dubbed ZeroHouse 2.0 in Mountain’s Edge this Saturday, Jan. 28. The introduction of ZeroHouse 2.0 is the latest advancement made by America’s Built to Order™ homebuilder to help lower the total cost of homeownership for homebuyers.
The Grand Opening will celebration will take place at 7079 Glencoe Harbor Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89178, in Mountain’s Edge’s Talavera community. The celebration will include free food and prizes, and attendees who bring a copy of their current utility bill will have the opportunity to pull a gift card from our gift bag.
While a new ENERGY STAR® qualified standard KB home may save homeowners $1,000 annually on their energy utility costs on average, when compared to a typical resale home, selecting a ZeroHouse 2.0 may eliminate their monthly electricity charges entirely. The first ZeroHouse 2.0 model homes include solar power systems and building techniques and features that enhance efficiency well beyond KB Home’s ENERGY STAR qualified standard. Much more than just a concept home, homebuyers in Mountain’s Edge will now be able to incorporate ZeroHouse 2.0 energy efficiency options into their home at the KB Home Studio.
Visitors to Mountain’s Edge can take a guided tour of the ZeroHouse 2.0 model home that highlights the many features (some visible and some hidden behind the walls) that help reduce energy costs. Higher efficiency is the result of a whole-home approach, from the inside out, that begins with increased insulation, upgraded HVAC systems and dual-pane, low-E windows and ends with solar panels on the roof. ZeroHouse 2.0 models range from 1,520 to 2,568 square feet with 3 to 5 bedrooms and 2 to 4 baths.
For more information, visit kbhome.com or call 888-KB-HOMES.