You finally got a product that says it's safe! How do you know if that's really true? What is the current state of regulation and labeling in the synthetic products world?
This article discusses what some paint companies don't want you to know about their paint.
People have different tolerances to different chemicals. Although all our products can be used by most chemically sensitive individuals, it's important for you to test each product before using it. Testing can be quick and easy.
Below is an objective testing procedure we recommend for personal sensitivity to any new product. If you're working with a doctor or health professional, please consult with her/him on this process.
After more than 19 years of selling bamboo, we've learned many lessons about what bamboo products work best over time. Here's how to distinguish between high-quality, long-lasting, sustainable bamboo companies and the greenwashed imitations that are likely to warp, cup, crack or emit hazardous fumes into your home.
There are six key features to look for in quality bamboo flooring.
Tired of the old oak floor or carpet in your living room and want something greener? Buying a new eco-friendly floor like bamboo or cork may seem like a good idea, but are they better than an old wood floor that's refinished? Are they any healthier for you and the planet? Do they help indoor air quality or reduce greenhouse gasses?
Green Building Supply is happy to announce the availability of Ecos paints — one of the world's safest best-performing paints with the most transparent credentials to prove it!
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A shocking look at how chemicals are tested in the US
How to choose a contractor that won’t:
Invoking the Precautionary Principle with regard to Antimicrobials
Like many synthetic chemicals that promise something better, there is growing evidence that antimicrobial additives do not improve human health. They may also have a negative impact on our environment.
10 rules for getting the most out of your relationship
Finding the right contractor can be daunting, like finding a doctor or lawyer or other professional you can trust with your life or your most valuable assets. When you hire a contractor, your money, home and health may all be at stake, so it is important to learn how to find someone you can trust.