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Your Home: Five Reasons to go green with paint

February 9, 2010

1.  Safer products for your family and the environment

2.  Low odour means improved indoor air quality

3.  Quick drying so you can use your room again the same day

4.  Unsurpassed durability for long-lasting beauty

5.  Available in any colour so the design possibilities are endless

Benjamin Moore‘s new Natura paint is their greenest, offering superior performance that’s virtually odourless.  It boasts the lowest total emissions of any paint on the market.  It is a true Zero VOC paint even after it’s tinted because it uses zero-VOC waterbourne colourants to tint the base. You no longer have to sacrifice style or colour – Natura is available in a primer, flat, eggshell and semi-gloss finishes.

With Benjamin Moore Natura paint, you have an environmentally friendly option when it comes to painting the interior of your home or condo, and you can count on the beauty and quality you expect from Benjamin Moore.

What is a VOC? VOCs are Volatile Organic Compounds – organic chemical compounds that have high enough vapor pressures under normal conditions to significantly vaporize and enter the earth’s atmosphere. Volatile organic compounds are numerous and varied. Although ubiquitous in nature and modern industrial society, they may also be harmful or toxic.

Bejamin Moore Natura paint is available from Speers Paint in Oakville on Speers Road.  Check out their new product display and bring going green into your paint too.   We’ve been buying paint for our homes and clients homes and condos from them for years and highly recommend their service – tell them Ryan sent you 😉 – no, I don’t get kickbacks… I know you were thinking it.

Ryan Chelak is a real estate broker in Oakville & Mississauga and longtime Oakville resident. Subscribe to my blog to keep up to date on local news, information, events and of course everything you want to know about Oakville real estate.

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