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Healthy Homes Checklist Videos

Watch these videos to learn more about maintaining a Healthy Home.

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1. An Introduction to Healthy Homes (16:51)

Start here with an overview why a Healthy Home is important for you and your family.  Learn the Healthy Homes Principles.  Hear about lead hazards, asthma triggers, and other common housing concerns.  See examples of unhealthy housing conditions.

2. Single-Family Home, Northern Climate (14:34)

Observe a home inspector and housing specialist walk-thru a northern United States home doing a Healthy Homes evaluation.

3. Apartment Building, Northern Climate (13:35)

Apartments where many peole live close together have different Healthy Homes considerations.  Learn about the challenges cold, snowy winters can create for northern buildings.

4. Apartment Building, Southern Climate (9:33)

Learn about unhealthy home conditions more common in homes with Southern charm.  High humidity and hot sun in the southeastern United States posses challenges to buildings.  Listen to a home inspector and housing specialist check an apartment building. 

5. Townhome, Southern Climate (11:37)

Learn more about living in a single-family home near to other homes in the southeastern United States.

6. Manufactured Home (11:18)

A manufactured home, or sometimes called a doublewide, mobile home, or trailer has different maintainence needs.  A common manufactured home problem of water infiltration is discussed.  A gas stove burner and exhaust fan are checked.  A carbon monoxide alarm is encouraged.

7. Communicating the Healthy Homes Message (17:57)

If you work in Public Health, Urban or Rural Development, Building Codes, Weatherization, or another housing-related field, this video shares ideas for spreading the good news about Healthy Homes and reaching your customers.

Disclaimer: These videos were developed by the National Center for Healthy Housing (NCHH), in conjunction with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA).

Neither the United States Government nor any of its employees or agents assumes any legal liability for any third party's use of, or the results of such use of, any information, product, or process discussed in this document.  Mention and illustration of company or trade names or of commercial products does not constitute endorsement by the United States Government.

These videos intend to raise awareness of health and safety hazards in the home environment among those who conduct home visits.  It does not specify an inspection protocol or standard for healthy housing.

The presence of the U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) logo does not imply HUD endorsement of any particular training curriculum or program that uses this video course.

Used with permission.