FROM THE GROUND UP. (Literally)
Healthy Home Builders in Denver, Colorado and surrounding areas
INDOOR AIR QUALITY
Go ahead, breathe deeply. As Colorado’s most trusted healthy home builder, we’ve got you covered. We know as a Coloradan you live for the great outdoors, but that means we’re acutely aware of the great indoors, too.
Thrive builds homes with clean indoor air quality in mind. Each home comes standard with an active radon ventilation system and high capture filtration, exceeding the EPA standards. Air quality is improved with the use of ventilation that brings outdoor air in. And, we use home products that minimize your family’s exposure to airborne contaminants and toxic chemicals. These practices of building homes with clean indoor air quality in mind improve Thrive homeowner’s daily health and well-being.
In fact, every home we build is qualified under the EPA’s Indoor airPLUS program, and we’re proud to share we’ve built more EPA Indoor airPLUS qualified homes than any other Colorado home builder.
CARBON NEUTRAL HOMES | HEALTHIER FOR YOU + THE ENVIRONMENT
Thrive is on a mission to build fully carbon neutral homes by the end of 2023. Using our innovative and trademarked building approach called Thrive Carbon-Wise™, Thrive homes built with a carbon neutral option, available in select communities, deliver a healthier home that lessens the harsh impacts of carbon on the environment and helps combat climate change. This pioneering construction method focuses on reducing the embodied and operational carbon of the homes Thrive builds. Learn more about this building method.
Living in Colorado means we’re high-risk for radon exposure, which naturally comes from the soil. We put an active radon ventilation system in every home we build to protect you and your family.
Mold is a significant asthma trigger, and it grows when there’s excess moisture inside the home. Thrive homes have advanced moisture management practices to keep water outside of your home, where it belongs.
Formaldehyde and harsh chemicals are released into the air by many common building materials and household products. Thrive homes are built using paints, carpets, and wood products that keep levels of these chemicals low.