Eco-Friendly Paint for Your Home

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Choosing Eco-Friendlly Paint

There are things you can do in order to make your painting project “green.” This can be a goal because of your concern for the environment or because you have a family member that suffers from allergies, asthma or is just sensitive to paint emissions.

The solutions our local Washington painters have for this problem are simple and affordable. You don’t have to sacrifice quality or color choices. In fact, our paint professionals will work with you to choose a greener, safer product for your job.

We understand just how important it is for homeowners yearning to use environmentally sensitive products, which is why we always make it our priority to keep our standards high, for green painting to accommodate our customers’ requests.

green wallpaper and eco-friendly paint options

It was so efficiently done in a timely manner with detailed estimate with before photos added to help painters know exactly what surfaces they need to work on. Thank you!

- Heejin L. | Sammamish, WA

Heejin L. | Sammamish, WA

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Products For A Safer and More Responsible Home Environment

A few of our favorite Green products are listed here, there’s links to more information on each for you to review. There are many more Green products available and we’re happy to apply any product you choose.

Sherwin-William's Harmony Interior Paint

Sherwin-Williams Harmony not only eliminates emissions from VOC’s it helps reduce odours and promote better indoor air quality.

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Simple Green All Purpose Cleaner

Powerful cleaner and degreaser designed for effective and environmentally safer use on counters, carpet, floors, fabric, equipment, vehicles and more. Concentrated and biodegradable formula provides up to 30 times the cleaning value.

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Simple Green All Purpose Cleaner

Paint Recycling

Washington’s PaintCare system is a great way to recycle old and unused paint. There are 190 year-round drop-off sites, and each site accepts a minimum of 5 gallons of paint. For more information and to find your closest drop-off site, visit their website.

individual in the process of paint recycling