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Eight Principles of a Healthy Home

Keep it DRY

Damp homes provide an environment for dust mites, roaches, rodents and molds. All of these can cause or worsen asthma. In addition, moisture can damage the building materials in your home.

Keep it CLEAN

Clean homes reduce pest infestation and exposures to contaminants.

Keep it CONTAMINANT FREE

Levels of contaminants such as lead, radon, carbon monoxide, asbestos, secondhand smoke, and other chemicals are often much higher indoors.

Keep it PEST FREE

Exposure to pests such as roaches and rodents can trigger an asthma attack.

Keep it SAFE

Injuries such as falls, burns, and poisonings occur most often in the home, especially with children and seniors.

Keep it TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED

Homes that do not have balanced and consistent temperatures may place your family at increased risk from exposure to extreme cold, heat, or humidity.

Keep it WELL MAINTAINED

Poorly maintained homes are at risk for moisture, pest problems, and injury hazards. Deteriorated lead‐based paint is the primary cause of children being harmed by lead.

Keep it WELL VENTILATED

Having a good fresh air supply to your home is important to reduce exposure to indoor air pollutants and to increase respiratory health.