Four years ago, photographer Kevin Walton moved his family to paradise; a pole house, complete with pool over looking the lush greenery of the Gold Coast. But when Kevin expanded his property with a especially treated timber he was completely unaware that preservatives in the wood itself could affect their health.
Ilana Kempler redesigned her stylish, two-story villa in Melbourne, but, despite her efforts to keep it immaculate, she discovers the ducted air conditioning re-circulates polluted air throughout the house triggering her asthma and leaving the rest of the family with sore, dry throats.
Is Your House Killing You? is an entertaining scientific makeover show about toxics in the home. It once and for all separates the facts from the filth and provides valuable tips and tricks for the viewer.
Parents-to-be Hannah and Jock are renovating their two bedroom Sydney bungalow. With new painting already underway and a complete nursery makeover around the corner, the couple are blissfully unaware of the house's high toxicity. Even before birth, their child has been exposed to hundreds of chemical compounds, many of which could harm their child's health and development.
In suburban Melbourne Arzu and Ismail Adiguzel-Bekir long to create their dream home, but while waiting to renovate they discover that dust mites are causing their young kids to have persistent allergic symptoms and another hidden potential health threat: heavy exposure to invisible electromagnetic fields.
Trenna and Steve Moore play with their three young boys in a large family room heated by an un-flued gas heater, but after one son was hospitalised with asthma, they discover the potential health hazards associated with their heating system.
When first time buyers Bronwyn and Brian Edler chose a peaceful spot on the outskirts of Sydney, they thought they had found the ideal place to raise their young family. But after moving in they were to discover that something as common as mould can in fact be a serious threat to family health.
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