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Webinar: Healthier Homes or Healthy Home Washing? (Recorded: Content Available 24/7)

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Webinar: Healthier Homes or Healthy Home Washing?

Recorded Webinar: Healthier Homes or Healthy Home Washing?
Recorded: Tuesday, July 28 | 2:00 pm Central
Speaker: Joe Medosch - Healthy Building Scientist at Hayward Score
Cost: Free

This webinar will cover marketing strategies and upgrades that builders can provide to buyers that actually make the home “healthier” - than one that does not have these installations. Joe will cover the basic concept of healthier products and installations and how you can avoid liability of over-promising.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain what a healthier home benefit is and make it a marketing opportunity
  • How technology can make the environment healthier and how to market these features
  • Understand how material selection and disclosure make for healthier marketing materials and differentiates from other builders
  • How to educate buyers on filtered fresh air, low VOCs, and eliminating Red List materials should be a standard in all homes


About Energy & Environmental Building Alliance (EEBA): 

EEBA is the only community specifically designed to help high performance builders thrive. A nationally recognized, nonprofit, EEBA is the home building industry's leading provider of information and education in sustainable building, and has been a trusted resource for nearly four decades.

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