We all want the healthiest home possible. Whether you are cleaning, renovating or furnishing your home, dealing with indoor pests, or disposing of household products, follow these tips to make it a less toxic endeavor.


Some ingredients in common cleaners are linked to allergies, asthma, and other long-term effects like reproductive harm and cancer. Learn how to reduce your exposure with our resources below.

Home Products

You can’t buy your way to a completely toxic-free home – at least not until there are stronger laws that require only the safest chemicals be used in consumer products. But you CAN reduce toxic exposures in your home by doing a little research and following our tips below.

Home Repair and Remodeling

Ready to renovate? Here are some resources to help you make safer choices when giving your home a new look.

Indoor Pests

Bugs belong outside, not inside your house! Tackle indoor pest problems with these less-toxic solutions.

Disposal of Household Products

Just because it was easy to buy a product at your neighborhood store, does not mean that it is easy to dispose of. It’s surprising how some household items actually require disposal as hazardous waste! Take a look at our suggestions for getting rid of these items.