From the outside, it looks like a normal home. But, it’s far from that.
“There’s a lot happening around the St. Rose Parkway including the Raiders headquarters,” said Brian Kunec, Regional General Manager at KB Homes. “We just see the west Henderson area as the future growth of Henderson.”
The house on Biancavilla Ave. could pave the way for future homes. It promotes health and well being of residents.
“The planning phase of it took about 6 months. We started in July of this year. So, it took about 5 months to build,” said Kunec.
The smart home is marketed as a full-scale, immersive home experience of “where tomorrow lives.” KB Home recently announced the unveiling of the Builder KB Home ProjeKt concept in conjunction with CES 2019.
“It takes air samplings throughout the day. If it finds too much CO2 or anything of that nature, it will adjust the fans to compensate for that,” Kunec added. It’ll make sure you have quality air throughout the day.”
If there’s a smart appliance sticker on it, you can control it with the touch of a tablet. The lights are also set to your own sleeping schedule.
“When the lighting goes down at night, it affects your melatonin level and puts you into a sleepy atmosphere, so you get a better sleep at night,” Kunec said. “A lot of people don’t spend time outdoors. Your health is really impacted by how healthy your house is because you spend so much time there.”
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, Americans spend about 90% of their lives indoors.
KB Homes uses Google Home, the Mesh network, Google Assistant, and Delos Darwin Home Wellness Intelligence Network