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<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>

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Neighborhood Achieves Year-Round Comfort with All-Electric HVAC

Nashville builder uses mini-split heat pumps to develop high-performance home community

How to Take Advantage of the Coming Push for Electric Homes Now

Capture home buyers in your market today by effectively demonstrating the benefits of electric homes.

Want to Learn More About Building and Selling Healthy Homes?

Healthy Home Alliance offers free online seminars for builders, architects, and others on June 24.

Plant Prefab Opts for All-Electric HVAC

All-electric heating and cooling proves ideal for prefabricated home builder Plant Prefab.

eBook: Whole-Home System Design for Comfort and Wellness

Download this free 13-page eBook from Mitsubishi Electric with actionable advice for achieving whole-home system design.

4 Tips on Building and Selling Healthy Homes

UTOPIA on-demand webinar offers expert advice on healthy and clean homes from a public builder, a new-home design trends expert, and a healthy home tech maker.

Healthy Home Trends: A Builder’s Perspective

If buyers will pay 1% more for healthy home solutions, what should you offer? Here’s what Thrive Homes is doing.

The Responsibility and Opportunity of Clean Air

COVID has unveiled the ugly reality that viruses and other contaminants are transferable by air, bringing the concept of healthy homes to the forefront of our national dialogue. As consumer awareness increases, the definition of healthy homes is expanding into something entirely new. What are the implications for homeowners, building professionals, and manufacturers?

6 Reasons Why You Should Include an Electric Kitchen in a Healthy Home

Whether you’re shooting for net zero or better indoor air quality, offering an all-electric kitchen can help you reach that goal.

What Is a Healthy Home?

Find out what builders and homeowners expect to include in a healthy home. 

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