Episode 121: Q&A on Building Sustainably with Carleton University, Sprott School of Business
Hobbyist, skateboarder and builder Andrew Szeto is from Ottawa and he builds things with recycled skateboards. He recently built his first structure (an A Frame in Quebec) and put on youtube. To date it's getting close to about 2 million views! Andrew shares where his inspiration came from for this project with Casey.
Maru The Circle Brand
Ottawa City Woodshop
Episode 119: Bringing Innovation and Affordability to the Industry with Paolo Tiramani from Boxabl
The founder of Boxabl, Paolo Tiramani, joined Casey for a conversation on why modular is important, what sets Boxabl apart and their path forward.
Boxabl on Youtube
Marla is on a mission to empower you to create healthier, more comfortable homes for your clients and yourself. Simple swaps to green and sustainable actions and products are the way to better homes.
She hosts the Everyday Green Home podcast and manages Everyday Green Home – an online green shop. Her book, Living Green Effortlessly: Simple Choices to a Better Home, a 2018 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award finalist, was published by NAHB BuilderBooks. Marla shares what makes a green home green, why it matters and how to do it – a bit at a time or all at once.
Casey explains why you may have basement moisture issues in a new home and recommends some products to help with the issue.