Living Made Better
July 3, 2017
While being green is the responsible thing to do, there’s a huge benefit to homeowners that comes with living in an energy-efficient home. You can notice the savings on your bills, but these features also add convenience. Here are just a few of the features you can expect at the six new home collections at Five Knolls.
At Everett, weather-sensing irrigation ensures that you’re always watering your lawn the right amount – saving water, money and guesswork. To keep out unwanted heat in the summer, Low-E2 vinyl windows and an ENERGY STAR® programmable thermostat make it easy to keep your home comfortable without breaking the bank.
Large Low-E dual-glazed vinyl windows and sliding glass doors at Brighton control heat gain while still letting in natural light, resulting in utility savings and increased efficiency. This neighborhood also features efficient LED lighting to save power when you need extra lighting. You’ll enjoy warm water quicker with the tankless water heater, and, with the high-performance WaterSense® faucets, there’s less waste.
Multi-zoned forced-air heating and central air conditioning at Highglen means using only what you need while staying comfortable anywhere in the house. Add on the optional solar panel system and save even more on utilities and energy usage.
No matter which home you choose, it’s all about living better, both for you, your family and the environment. Five Knolls is built with efficiency, comfort and nature in mind.