Flame retardants are found in almost all manufactured materials. They pose a serious health risk yet are virtually useless for preventing fires.
Protect your air quality with chemical-free home furnishings
Removing moisture and contaminants directly from sources improves air quality and home durability
We spend an average of 90% of our time indoors, where air is usually 3 to 4 times more polluted than outside air. Building practices and building materials c...
Adding insult to injury - trying to mask the smell of airborne contaminants with more airborne contaminants.
Marmoleum is not just your grandmothers floor anymore, this healthy, durable flooring is an excellent choice for even the most modern of homes.
A wood floor will need to be sealed and protected but many products have a detrimental effect on air quality.
Dust and chemicals in building materials can trigger permanent respiratory issues such as asthma; here are some ways to safeguard your air and health while w...
One of the more common plastics used inside and outside of our homes is so toxic it is banned in many countries in Europe.
Kunos oil from Livos is a natural oil for floors, counters and furniture
The practice of putting polyethylene vapour barriers in houses was intended to keep them dry, but it ends up keeping them wet. It's time to explore alternati...