KB Home, a Los Angeles based home builder has completed the construction of its four EPA’s WaterSense houses in Springwood development, a housing neighborhood close to Sacramento, California. The four new homes in the housing neighborhood are the first EPA’s WaterSense labeled production community in the country.
WaterSense is a program of the United States Environmental Protection Agency or EPA, which is designed to encourage water efficiency in the United States through the use of a special labeled product.
The housing neighborhood’s new EPA’s WaterSense homes come in a reasonable price. It also comes with a standard GreenPoint Rated, Energy Star, and watersense certification—at no additional cost to buyers.
The four EPA’s WaterSense homes in the housing neighborhood come in one and two-storey house in 1,604 to 2,597 square feet area space.
Craig LeMessurier, director of corporate communications for KB Home said the homes in the housing neighborhood near Sacramento, California are affordable for buyers, even for first time home buyers in the market.
LeMessurier also said that when potential homeowners understand the amount of resources and money saved every month will appreciate the value of a watersense home.
The EPA’s WaterSense homes’ price varies from $200,000’s, and are deigned to consume 20 percent less water than a usual newly built home.
WaterSense homes are independently certified and inspected to ensure the EPA standards are met for performance and water efficiency.
The homes feature Watersense products like water-efficient bath and kitchen showerheads and faucets, gpf toilets, plus a water-efficient landscaping design.
The housing neighborhood, Springwood, is situated just east of Roseville, California.