Check this out! You can watch episodes of Home Diagnosis TV on PBS or on YouTube.

Episode 1

Grace and Corbett visit a big, beautiful, freshly renovated house in Chicago to help their client Ava solve her complex and unexpected issues with air quality and comfort.

Home Diagnosis Ep1: Scientific Home Improvement

Episode 2

Grace and Corbett visit a home in Princeton, N.J. with indoor air quality issues. This is a great case study for solving IAQ issues. Scientific testing revealed lots of problems and helped solve them.

Home Diagnosis Episode 2: Environmental Sensitivity and Healthy Homes

Episode 3

Grace and Corbett visit a split-level ranch that hasn't been updated in decades. Ken is a retiree who's living alone now, and the house is just too big. His daughter thinks they could easily upgrade the performance to earn more when they sell- but they want hard facts, not just a hunch.

Home Diagnosis Ep3: Flipping a House for Performance

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Episode 4

Grace and Corbett park the Tiny Lab next to the oldest building in New York City, the Wyckoff House Museum. They test the two DIY tiny homes side by side, and explore what homeowners expected from home performance in 1650 compared to present day.

Home Diagnosis Ep4: 1600's NYC vs. TinyLab


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