How do water-saving features benefit our customers?
We’re committed to innovative design that helps lower the cost of ownership and is better for the planet. And that includes water conservation. Our new homes are built with standard water-saving features to help reduce the usage of this precious natural resource, manage energy consumption and save you money. See how we’re making a difference.
Water conservation reduces use of a precious natural resource, and that’s a big deal. Think about how much water we use in day to day routines. Washing dishes, taking showers, doing laundry and watering plants to keep them looking good. It definitely adds up.
KB Home is committed to making a difference in your home environment, and offering ways to manage water and energy consumption. That’s why we build new homes with standard water-saving features to reduce usage and help save money.
What water-saving features are included in a KB home?
Standard options like WaterSense® faucets, toilets and showerheads help maximize water efficiency. Dishwashers are ENERGY STAR® certified and use significantly less water than traditional models.
You can also get creative and have some fun choosing your smart features and appliances at the Design Studio. During the personalizing process, you will discover an array of choices for your new home that can help save water. We know life is busy enough, so we focus on opportunities for you to enjoy more ingenuity and convenience at home, while also being environmentally conscious and water efficient.
What is a homeowner’s average savings per year?
We build new homes so you can soak up the good life, save money and conserve resources. On average, the water efficient features of our homes help save up to $500 annually on utility bills for KB homeowners when compared to homes that lack these features. It’s these little things you don’t see that really make a big difference when you choose to build a KB home.
And here’s a fun fact: KB homes save 1.5 billion gallons of water a year—enough to serve the water needs of nearly 17 million Americans for a day.