The Green at Home
Guide to Healthy Construction & Renovations
It's up to you to make sure your new home won't make you sick, and I'm here to teach you how.

Very few contractors understand the impact of construction practices and materials on your health. But more challenging is that many talk a good talk about "non-toxic" products without really understanding what that means. 

This means you have to know what questions to ask and you have to feel confident in conversations with your design and construction team. Afterall, your home is your home. And it should be a safe one for your family.

Construction materials are known to contain carcinogens, asthmagens, and hormone disruptors. 
  • Studies have shown that children who's rooms were newly floored and painted with conventional products are more at risk of asthma. 
  • Formaldehyde, found in composite wood products, is a known carcinogen and is released from products slowly over time.
  • ​Flooring choices, HVAC design, and insulation decisions can have a lasting impact on the long-term health of your home that are very challenging to correct later.

There are so many moving parts with construction and renovation projects. Knowing what has the biggest impact on your health goals, and how to advocate for your family is up to you. Things like:
  • Non-toxic products, from paint to cabinetry to insulation to flooring and more. 
  • Maintaining good indoor air quality during and after renovating.
  • How your HVAC system can help or hinder your indoor air quality.
  • ​What questions to ask your contractor and how to act on their answers.
But you're not an expert, so how do you figure this out?
INTRODUCING:
The Green at Home
Guide to Healthy Construction & Renovations
What You're Going to Get:
  • Tips and suggestions to help you set the right goals from the start of your project. 
  • Guidance for product specifications that you can give to your design and construction team.
  • ​Resources to help you check your contractor's recommendations and to allow you to provide alternatives if needed.
  • ​Design considerations to support a healthy home long after construction is done.
Take advantage of my 10+ years' experience as a green building consultant!
Learn the key things you need to consider to make your construction project as healthy as possible.

This 5-page PDF guide will walk you through the biggest sources of indoor air pollutants and how you can reduce them throughout your construction project and beyond. 

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