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Going Green with Your Professional Painter

Going Green with Your Professional Painter


Everything these days is going green. Sustainability is everywhere, and house painting is no exception. Finding a local painting professional that cares about the environment as much as you do only takes a little bit of homework. Get ready to ask a few questions, and you’ll be good to go.

What Makes Paint Environmentally-Friendly?

Years ago, the prospect of having someone in to paint meant dealing with paint fumes. Not so today. Modern paint has been formulated to reduce and/or eliminate volatile organic compounds or VOCs. What are they? VOCs are solvents that are released into the air as paint dries. The fumes can cause a variety of issues for both homeowners and painters such as headaches and nausea to name just a few. Today we have paint that is both Low-VOC and No-VOC which makes them more consumer-friendly.

Quality Paint

Choosing a painting professional that uses a high-quality paint is essential. Long-time paint manufacturer Benjamin Moore has invested in research and development to create products that are more environmentally friendly. The Natura line by Benjamin Moore has been certified allergy-friendly by the Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America and Allergy Standards, Limited. The paint, available in a wide array of colors, earned the certification based on its odor, emissions and VOC performance.

Talk with Your Professional Painter

The easiest way to alleviate your concerns is to start a conversation with your local painting professional. In addition to information on the specific products they use, a professional contractor can walk you through the process from start to finish and answer all your questions. You’ll want to verify licenses and certifications and check with a few references as well. Painting professionals are happy to address your concerns before any work begins, and choosing a local company is good practice as well. We all share the same backyard.



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