Healthy House Paint

Three coats of Healthy House Paint by Denver-based nanoscience company Synavax don't just embellish a house--they insulate it. The zero-VOC coating uses patented technology that incorporates a nanocomposite that the company calls Hydro-NM-Oxide, which lessens heat loss and gain by up to 34.8 percent, according to third-party testing.

Like any paint, it can be rolled, sprayed or brushed on (inside or outside) to achieve lower energy bills (customers report 20% - 40%+ reduction), prevent mold and mildew growth, reduce your carbon footprint, give surfaces a "stay-clean" quality, protect exteriors from UV damage and fading, reduce moisture damage issues, and not add to air pollution with no and low VOC products.

"In our patented coatings and paints, we've managed to incorporate that special insulating component (which is also water-repelling) into a coating system that allows it to be easily painted onto surfaces," says Synavax vice president of training and specifications Francesca Crolley.

It is suitable for indoor and outdoor applications on multiple surface types, including wood, brick, and drywall. The paint is currently offered on the company's website in clear, white, and custom colors to coat fresh or already painted surfaces.

You can choose home insulating coatings in clear, white (tintable) or in a custom color that can deliver to your door. All of them are low odor. Occasionally there may be a very slight "wet paint" smell when the paint is first applied, and this will go away once it dries. The paint is completely non-toxic, and water based.

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