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DOE - Home Rx: Health Benefits of Home Performance

In this document, the US Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Center for Healthy Housing (NCHH) reviewed industry evidence in response to the questions: What are the occupant health and indoor environmental outcomes resulting from energy efficiency or home performance upgrades, and how do indoor environmental conditions affect health?  Home performance upgrades that were considered included (but were not limited to) air sealing, insulation, lighting, heating/cooling systems, ventilation upgrades, moisture control, window replacement, and allergen-reduction repairs.

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HUD - Rule for Smoke Free Public Housing

EPA Summary of Residential Air Cleaners