What is a Healthy Home and why does it matter?

Our Purpose

Healthy Home Alliance is a non-profit organization created to educate a variety of audiences about healthy homes and the products, technologies, and resources that go into creating healthy homes. The organization will become the “go-to” resource for everything to do with building or remodeling a home to ensure that it is providing the safest and healthiest environment for the residents.

The goal is to define the concept of a “Healthy Home” for a wide variety of audiences and work with key stakeholders and market actors to promote the concept to a wider audience for mainstream adoption.

The organization will become the “voice” of the Healthy Home concept and will push forward the concept out of the green home building industry “insiders” to the larger homebuilding industry and to the consumer. The organization will create a campaign to promote rapid market transformation through a variety of marketing, education, and outreach tactics and channels.

The organization will provide Healthy Home education to the following audiences:

Home Building Industry:

  • New Home Builders
  • Architects
  • Interior Designers
  • Remodelers
  • Energy Consultants
  • Master Planned Developers
  • HVAC Contractors
  • Plumbers
  • Electricians
  • Real Estate Agents
  • Construction Trades Professionals


  • New Home Buyers
  • Homeowners looking to remodel

Education that will be provided:

Home Building/Remodeling Industry research & data
Product Information & resources for:

  • Kitchen appliances & plumbing fixtures
  • Bath plumbing & fixtures
  • Windows & Window treatments
  • Flooring materials
  • Cabinets & Countertops 
  • HVAC Systems
  • Hot water heaters
  • Water filtration & purification (whole house)
  • Indoor Air Quality products
  • Technology products
  • Paints & Wall Coverings
  • Cleaning products
  • Recycling & composting
  • On-going maintenance
  • Home interior design
  • Home Fitness Systems
  • Lighting

Healthy Home Alliance will partner with the following organizations to provide information, resources, rebates, programs, etc. that will help builders and consumers design, build, and purchase a healthy home.


  • Utility Companies
  • Mortgage institutions
  • Appraisers
  • State, City & County Governments
  • Trade Industry Associations
  • Media Organizations
  • Environmental Organizations
  • Mental Health Organizations
  • Clean Energy/Sustainability Organizations