In this episode, Stephen is a guest on the Healthier Tech Podcast with R Blank to talk about Building Biology and reducing EMR exposures at home.
In this episode, Stephen goes through an easy home inspection checklist for people who may be wanting to learn more about their own home, one they want to buy or live in and what they should be focussing in on. In Stephen's easy to understand manner, you can walk around your own home with him and make it healthier and safer for you and your family.
In this episode Stephen talks about going green with respect to you home, whether you own or rent. He breaks down different aspects and how they relate to you home such as local, natural, energy efficiency and much more. Tune in and green up!
In this episode, Stephen talks about the dangers of asbestos, how to identify asbestos, testing for asbestos in your home and how to keep your family safe and healthy around asbestos.
In this episode Stephen speaks with Doreya Karim, the Managing Director of the BioGeometry Energy Systems Ltd. Doreya explains what BioGeometry is, and how it can be used to improve your home to create a healthier space to live when looking at subtle earth energies. This is a fun and really interesting talk you won't want to miss.
In this episode, Building Biology Environmental Consultant, Stephen Collette, BBEC, BBNC, LEED AP, CAHP, BSS shares insight on simple and affordable ways to create a safe sleep sanctuary. Stephen breaks down the enemies affecting our health while we sleep each night including biological and chemical pollution, particulate matter, and electromagnetic radiation.
Stephen sheds light on the importance of reducing these pollutants for not just adults, but for babies as well because their immune systems are not fully developed until about 12 years of age. He shares why this is the most important, but often overlooked room in the house since we spend the most time here. Stephen shares practical tips, many that are free, that anyone can take right away to improve their health.
In this episode, Stephen is a guest on the Rewild My Bio podcast by Shawn Slade. This is a great conversation about how to connect nature within your own home and the importance of integrating Building Biology and nature in your life.
Please be sure to check out Shawn's podcast Rewild My Bio wherever you listen to podcasts and his website is www.rewildmybio.com
In this episode, Stephen tells some funny stories of experiences doing healthy house inspections. Tune in and have a much-needed laugh as we take a break from the never-ending news cycle. You might even learn something between laughs!
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.
Here is Harold Orr's bio from the Order of Canada:
Harold Orr’s efforts have been integral to improving energy efficiency and conservation in Canadian homes. As a housing engineer with the National Research Council, he was a key driver of the Saskatchewan Conservation House project, which led to the establishment of new national energy conservation protocols for Canadian buildings. His innovations, which include new insulation techniques and materials, air sealing and efficient ventilation, blower-door testing and heat recycling, serve as worldwide models for energy-efficient housing.
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. Stephen will talk about stoves and exhaust, cleaning and fridges, and much more.
Come hang out in your bathroom with me as we talk about how to make your bathroom healthy and stink-free! Stephen will discuss the areas of concern and how to ensure you create a mould-free and bacteria-free bathroom for your whole family.
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. All three are erroneously thought to be the same, but as you will learn, they all have different requirements, and if done wrong, you could create problems for your wine, and for your family's health.
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. By understanding the differences, you will be able to make a more educated decision, knowing what to look for when finding your dream home to buy or rent.
In this episode, Stephen walks through your home with you and explains some of the simple science going on to help you determine where you should be focussing your efforts, and where you don't. When breaking down indoor climate, we look at air, temperature, moisture and electro-climate. By understanding these categories better, you can make better decisions.
In this episode, Stephen will talk about one of the most common concerns homeowners and tenants have: I think I have mould in my house. Stephen will explain what mould is, how to lives and thrives and how to keep it at bay. This isn't biology class; you will think about biting cows in a different light after this entertaining and educational exploration of mould in our homes.
In this episode, Stephen will explain what Building Biology is, how it started, and how it can help homeowners, builders and designers create healthier places to live. Stephen will also explore the 25 Principles of Building Biology, which outline an encompassing approach to creating your healthy house, using examples of how to apply them within your own home.
Welcome to Your Healthy House, a podcast that explores and engages you to learn more about how to create your own health space to live, whether you rent, own, are in a house or an apartment. The information in this podcast for everyone. I'll break down technical jargon and fear mongering and put knowledge into your ears so you are empowered to make real decisions for you and your family.