Going green is not just a passing fad. People are constantly looking for ways to make the world a safer place. Paint is no exception. With so much concern associated with lead in older paint, it just made sense to find ways to produce paint that is better for the environment and the people living in it. The Paint Doctor is taking a progressive role in this eco-friendly movement by incorporating the use of green paints into our selection that our clients can choose from.
While we all know that lead has been removed from all new paint, there is still a difference when you compare regular paint and eco-friendly paint. So what makes eco-friendly so much better? Green paint improves the air quality by reducing the volatile organic compounds (VOC’s). In addition to improving the air quality, green paint also emits less odor, creating a more pleasant living environment.
VOC’s are compounds emitted into the air and can aggravate a myriad of health conditions. Even though we are all impacted by VOC’s, those most affected are small children, pregnant women and individuals with allergies. We offer paints that are certified asthsma and allergy free. Green paint is one simple step you can take to protect the health of those you love.
When we hear the term green, the first thought that typically comes to mind is expensive. Thankfully, this is not the case with green paints. Our eco-friendly, green paints have a price point that is very similar to that of standard paint. You no longer have to make the tough decision of sacrificing quality just to meet budget.
If you are interested in giving your home a new look while making it a healthier place to live, contact The Paint Doctor for a consultation. Allow us to share our expertise in painting with you and recommend one of our high quality green paints from Sherman Williams or Benjamin Moore. You can request a free consultation by clicking here.
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