Successful Game-changing Starts at the Local Level with Us,
Working to Develop Easy and Profitable Transition to Off-Grid and MicroGrids
A SmartHouse has highly advanced automatic systems for lighting, temperature control, healthcare, electric vehicle, multi-media, security, window and door operations, pool, greenhouse and many other renewable energy efficient functions. We believe that the green building movement has the power to change the way we live today and the ability to dramatically transform the legacy we leave tomorrow.
A SmartHouse appears “intelligent” because it simplifies and improves so many aspects of daily living. For example, the refrigerator may be able to inventory its contents, suggest menus, recommend healthy alternatives, and order groceries. The smart house systems might even take care of cleaning the cat’s litter box and feeding the plants or greenhouse.
SmartHouse technology is real, and it’s becoming increasingly sophisticated. Using the home’s wiring and the wireless cloud, switches and outlets communicate with sensors appliances and electric energy saving devices in every part of the house.
A SmartHouse is especially valuable for elderly and disabled persons living independently.
—Bringing wellness into the conversation adds a new emphasis on the individual,
and opens up the field for research and innovation—
Bringing Wellness into Real Estate also merges the largest asset class in the world (real estate) with the fastest growing industries in the world (health and wellness) and the Internet of Things (IoT), creating unprecedented opportunities for purpose-focused innovation and quality of life.
SmartHouse is defining wellness real estate through it’s rehabilitation and upgrades of existing homes utilizing local community resources and Renascent3 validated technologies. The evidence-based standard we’re promoting – the WELL Building Standard® – provides the homeowner and partner with a performance benchmark for contributing to occupant health, from lighting and air quality to materials and smart monitoring. Very importantly, it works in harmony with LEED, building on U. S. Green Building Council’s commitment and leadership.
If there are ten ways, or if there are one hundred ways, we can improve and upgrade our homes to save our money, enhance our health, quality of life, community, and environment, while lowering the cost of energy— it’s worth at least a look.