Green Solutions

The health and wellness of our families and communities warrant close attention to our indoor air quality… the products we use, our exposure to harmful elements, and the residual effects on our land and water. The more information we have, the better decisions we will make.

The paints and stains we recommend contain little or no volatile organic compounds (VOC’s), reducing the amount of hazardous waste in our community, are manufactured with highest quality raw materials, and are created in plants that strive to be sustainable and produce less waste.

By choosing non-toxic, low-odor paint, you can make beautiful improvements to your home or workplace, while protecting the wellness of individuals and the environment. You will keep these harmful compounds from possibly costing you, your family, or your business and its patrons in terms of lost revenue or production time. For this reason, low- and zero-VOC products are the perfect choice for schools, hospitals, apartment buildings, office buildings, retail stores, hotels, and restaurants.

We share our knowledge; research and expertise to assist you in making informed choices. We constantly seek new ways to reduce our carbon footprint. By supporting our work, you are supporting your local economy, sustainability, and environmental stewardship.

Julie Kain, owner of We Paint Houses.Net LLC, is available to speak to your organization about indoor air quality and environmentally safe painting.

 

Frequently-Asked Questions

"My wife is expecting, and we want to complete our painting project before the baby is born. Is there a low-odor, environmentally safe product available?”
Yes! We use a full line of protective and decorative coatings designed with the customer in mind. We are very pleased with the performance of one of our interior latex coatings. It is zero-VOC, low-odor, and exceeds most environmental standards… AND it delivers high quality performance.
It is durable, washable, available in hundreds of colors, and resists mildew. This product is preferable for businesses and homes alike due to its low odor formula and quality performance.
 
Facts about Lead
 
Was your home, office building, or the child care facility or school where your children under the age of six attend built before 1978?  Are renovations, repairs, or painting taking place?  Lead-based paint was used in more than 38 million homes until it was banned for use in 1978.  Learn more about exposure and effects by visiting www.epa.gov/getleadsafe.
 
Look for more FAQ’s regularly on our site.
 

 

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