Ventilation and IAQ in New California Homes
Starting in the mid-2000s, the California Energy Commission funded several research studies (for example, Price, et al., 2007, and Offermann, 2009) that aimed to evaluate the potential indoor air quality (IAQ) impacts associated with envelope air ...
A better tomorrow for all of us depends on creating healthy living conditions for children in affordable housing. [continue reading]
The longer mold grows, the greater the potential hazard and the harder it is to control. [continue reading]
The EarthCraft House Renovation program gives existing homes the green treatment. [continue reading]
Since homes continue to be built with attached garages - with no change in sight - builders and contractors need to understand how to minimize the risk of CO poisoning. [continue reading]
Reducing the populations of cockroaches, mice, and rats by using the right pest control method can reduce the concentration of allergens in the home, delivering real health benefits to homeowners and renters. [continue reading]
With residents' health increasingly dependent on a home's indoor air quality, ventilation strategies become more important than ever. [continue reading]
The Opportunity Council first does no harm, and then tackles IAQ problems. [continue reading]
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