The Healthy House: How to Buy One, how to Build One, how to Cure a Sick One

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Healthy House Institute, 2001 - Business & Economics - 445 pages
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Bower, a home designer, builder, and "healthy house" construction advocate revises and updates a volume he first published in 1989. He covers essential "healthy house" issues and discusses the home system, materials, and components. Provides examples of common pollutants, presents three "healthy" houses, and offers abundant Web and conventional resources. c. Book News Inc.

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Most people feel safest at home; little do they know how many environmental dangers lurk in the average house. While some folks are more sensitive to these pollutants than others, there are numerous ... Read full review

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Bower (Healthy House Building, Healthy House Inst., 1997) is an environmentally aware builder and designer whose search began in the early 1980s, when his wife needed a home that would not make her ... Read full review

Contents

Preface to the fourth edition
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Parll Faaianaatals
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Indoor air quality
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Copyright

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