​The comfort and health of a house's occupants are influenced by many factors including temperature, humidity, light, air quality and noise. 


An increasing number of people are demanding homes that use the right combinations of design, products and systems to improve each of these factors and increase their family's wellbeing.

This article explains how to set objectives around comfort and health at the start of the project that can be used to guide the rest of the process, from design to completion. The house you build is likely to stand for generations to come. Tackling comfort and health issues holistically, in ​conjunction with the other areas covered in these articles, will result in a better home not only for your family but for the people who will live in it in the future. ​

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