The scary truth is that you may not always recognize the dangers lurking in your own home. Now that you know the common culprits of VOC exposure, you can take steps to make your family a lot healthier in the long run.
Whatever color palette you choose, make sure you get your non toxic wall paint from Ecos Paints. With Exos Paints, you can create the mood you want while not having to worry about the off-gassing of harmful VOCs.
If you're using standard latex (or non-latex) paint for your walls or another part of your DIY project, be on the lookout for odorless paints. Not only will you not have to worry about the smell of fresh paint in your home for an extended period of time, but odorless paints give off fewer harmful fumes than many standard alternatives.
Trying to paint your home and paint it fast? We’ve laid out some simple tips to make paint dry faster so you can be on your way to a fresh new color.
Painting is often a long process, but there are ways to save time. Instead of masking tape, practice your technique with these tips for cutting in paint.
Do you want to start a painting project but have furry friends to worry about? We’ve listed the dangers of paint fumes for pets and tips to keep them safe.
Now that summer is officially here, the real estate market is really heating up. The National Association of Realtors estimates that 5.34 million existing homes were sold in 2018, so it’s likely that 2019 numbers will be at least comparable. But if you’re looking to be one of the American homeowners who sells your home for top dollar this year, you may need to take a closer look at your curb appeal.
Before you begin to repaint the rooms in your house to accommodate those family members with allergies and sensitivities, let's review the three things you should be aware of as you buy your next can of paint.