BELLEVUE WA -- There is a growing awareness that homes being built or renovated today are "tighter" than homes built in the past. Back in the day, it may have been better for air circulation, but not so good for energy efficiency. Now homes are, on average, much more energy efficient and the energy codes are only getting stronger.
"People are focused on providing the family with natural foods, but are not aware that the home they may buy or live in may not be the best environment for their health, especially when it comes to children, who are much more sensitive to poor interior air quality than adults," says Paul Barnett, Executive Producer of the new NGHTV "Healthy Home Series."
"Our goal", added Barnett, "is to showcase in a real home, located onsite at the Builders Show, practical, cost effective product options for builders and remodelers to use to improve the interior air quality of homes they build for their buyers."
The good news is there are excellent home ventilation systems, even paint that actually improves the air quality in a home and other advances in products verified by Greenguard.
When we spend a big part of our day at home and the interior air has 3 to 5 times more impact on the family than the air outside. NGHTV will showcase how we can make a home, SAFE and SOUND.
NGHTV is pleased to announce that Allura products will be used on the exterior of the home and Panasonic ventilation will be part of the interior products team. Many more leading brands will be announced in the coming weeks.