<p>Healthy homes are built in a way that promotes occupant health, according to the National Center for Healthy Housing. Every element—from the design, construction, and maintenance—are established with the homeowner's well-being in mind. These homes are clean, well-ventilated, energy efficient, and safe; elements that help ensure the occupants are free from disease or injury.</p>
Kicking Gas and Taking Names
Gas cooking is coming under fire, not only for its harsh environmental impact, but also the health of those who use it. It’s time for a magnetic shift.
Heat Pump Performance — Basic, Better, and Best
Not all heat pumps are equal—understand the differences between your options.
What is Performance Construction?
Life today isn’t the same as it was 50 years ago, and neither is an effective builder’s approach to constructing a home.
Raising the Builder Bar
Colorado’s McStain Neighborhoods knows it takes more to build healthy, sustainable houses—and believes it’s worth it.
Colorado's McStain Neighborhoods Finds Sustainable Path to Building Healthy Homes
Builder’s new BeWell Home is energy efficient, healthy, and ready for zero.
The Energy Transition: The All-Electric Difference
How homeowners can benefit from the all-electric energy transition.
9 Things You Need to Know to Build a Healthy Home
Builders and experts share essential trends and technologies to take advantage of the healthy home boom.
5 Vital Components of Healthy Homes, from Meritage Homes’ CR Herro
Building science expert CR Herro outlines the most crucial factors to building—and marketing—healthy homes.
Podcast: What is a high-performance home?
Industry insiders Rich Williams (Alliance Green Builders), Ken Johnson (Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US) and Aaron Smith (EEBA) discuss the components of a high-performance home.
Neighborhood Achieves Year-Round Comfort with All-Electric HVAC
Nashville builder uses mini-split heat pumps to develop high-performance home community