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Healthy Homes Kits


This is a temporary program aimed at giving students and families the information and resources they need to improve the sustainability of their homes. The first 500 families to participate in the Healthy Homes Kit program will receive a FREE customized kit of materials that will help them save money on their energy and water bills and help them improve the health of their home. Free kits will be delivered directly to families. 

 P.   (313) 894 - 1030

Gibran Washington

Eco-D Manager

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How do I participate?

To participate, students and families must first conduct an audit of their homes. In the audit, students may look for air leaks around doors and windows, inefficient lightbulbs, running toilets, high-use faucets, harsh cleaning chemicals, and other opportunities for improved sustainability. 

Next, students and families will use the results of their audit to take a brief survey, which can be completed online or over the phone if internet is not available.

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Demonstration Videos

How to complete your audit

In this video you’ll learn how to properly fill out the healthy home kit form provided online with step-by-step instructions.

How to rope caulk a window

In this video you’ll learn how to properly rope caulk a window.

How to replace your toilet flapper

In this video you’ll learn how to properly replace your toilet flapper step-by-step.

All three EcoWorks programs are united under the Net Zero F.A.S.T. umbrella and provide just, equitable solutions to climate change and other community sustainability challenges.

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A Network of Programs

Youth Energy Squad For Students



For Residents


Strategic Community Initiatives

For Cities

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