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Home Diagnosis is the first-ever television series about measured home performance and building science. Grace and Corbett Lunsford use performance testing tools like infrared thermal cameras, blower doors, pressure gauges, and contaminant sensors to diagnose homes with mystery problems across America. The show also features the #TinyLab, the world's highest performance tiny house on wheels, which toured 13,000 miles to 34 cities on the Proof Is Possible Tour in 2016-17.

Episode 4

Grace and Corbett park the #TinyLab 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.

Episode 4: New York, NY
“1600’s vs. TinyLab”


Grace and Corbett park the #TinyLab 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. Local Home Performance Professional Ian Minerve of Green Power Associates weighs in and encourages the big WHYs of the Tiny Lab design decisions.

Tour the history of Home Performance with hosts Grace and Corbett by pitting today’s homeowner expectations against the earliest days of America.  Using the TinyLab, the world’s highest performing tiny house on wheels that Corbett and Grace built, they compare it against the Wyckoff House, New York’s oldest surviving structure dating back to the Dutch colonies in the 1600s, also originally self-built as a one-room family homestead. After generations of additions can the past ever measure up to modern performance standards?

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