In this episode, Stephen hunkers down with you in self-isolation and discusses easy things you can do during quarantine and social distancing to help you and your family stay healthy while at home.
In this episode, Stephen will talk about dust in our homes. What is dust, where does it come from and how are we able to keep it under control? These are all important questions that Stephen will explain and answer while keeping you entertained in the process.
This episode is a little different than normal. I had the deep pleasure to interview a pioneer in Canadian building science, Mr. Harold Orr. I got to meet Harold through a colleague and friend, Angie Bugg, who you will also hear on the episode, as well as Harold’s wonderful wife, Mary.
The quality isn’t great, as this was recorded on my iPhone, but for those nerds out there who love building science history, this is awesome. For those who are not that type of nerd, don’t worry, I’ll have a regular episode up and running to you shortly.
In this episode, Stephen will unwrap how spaces and places make us feel and how we can begin to create spaces that make us feel healthier.
Come hang out in your kitchen with Stephen as he shows you how to make this space super healthy for you and your family.
Come hang out in your bathroom with me as we talk about how to make your bathroom healthy and stink-free!
In this episode, Stephen will explain the differences between root cellars, wine cellars, and cold rooms so that you can ensure you can create the healthiest version of each.
This episode originally appeared on Future Tech Podcast and Future Tech Health Podcast with Richard Jacobs. In this episode, Richard interviews Stephen to learn about the opportunities and challenges within everyone’s home.
In this episode, Stephen gets on his hands and knees and crawls around your baby’s new room looking at everything in detail. From womb to room, we’ll look at how to create a healthy space for your newest addition…
In this episode, Stephen will explain the pros and cons of homes from different eras, over the last 100+ years…