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Sanibel and Captiva Islands, FL: Going Green with Interior and Exterior Paint
If you are dedicated to helping the environment—or you simply hate the smell of paint fumes—then you will be happy to learn that you can paint your Sanibel and Captiva Islands homes with environmentally friendly paint called Lifemaster by Glidden Paint.
Being VOC-free paint that is preferred for a variety of reasons, including the fact that it is virtually odorless, Lifemaster has been utilized in everything from family homes to hospitals and schools. Along with the reduced impact on the environment, this line of paint also has a wide variety of other benefits including the following (this is not an all-inclusive list):
· Virtually odorless
· Wash ability
· Scrub resistant
· Can be used for meeting LEED® Credit EQ4.2
· Fights against mold growth
· Versatility (use on walls, doors, baseboards, crown molding, etc.)
Along with Lifemaster, there are several other similar paint lines on the market including Harmony from Sherwin-Williams and Fresh Aire Choice by Glidden Paint.
Green Interior and Exterior Painting Services in Sanibel and Captiva Islands
If you are looking to have the interior or exterior of your home painted in an environmentally friendly manner, then allow Ron’s painting to perform the job to perfection. When it comes to obtaining a beautiful paint job, you do not have to sacrifice the environment or inhale unwanted fumes for days. Instead, use VOC-free paint that is virtually odorless, has a less harmful impact on the environment, and offers a plethora of other benefits including wash ability and durability.
Finally, you do not have to choose between painting your home and the environment. You can consciously choose to help reduce environmental impact while also obtaining the paint results you desire for the interior and exterior of your home or commercial space.
Click here to learn more about going green with interior and exterior paint.
Posted on Wed, February 20, 2013
by Ed Moore filed under