How Can Clay Make Your Home Healthier?

Benefits of Clay

• No VOC’s or off-gassing • Resists mold growth
• Non-toxic • All natural materials, no waste
• Hypo-allergenic • Long-lasting, easy to repair
• Dust free • Breathes with humidity and

• Up to 8 LEED points temperature

The colorado-based American Clay company has created more than just a beautiful application of color and texture for your walls. They have produced one of the most healthy, clean and environmentally friendly building materials known at this time. The plaster contains no chemicals or harmful toxins – just pure clays, recycled aggregates and natural pigments from the earth that when combined, will actually improve the quality of your indoor air.

What are the benefits for my health?
In the past 50 years or so, the way we have constructed buildings has changed significantly. Construction materials are filled with harmful toxins that off-gas, buildings are designed to be airtight so toxins can’t escape, and to make it worse, we humans spend more time indoors than ever before. All this has led to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) listing indoor air pollution among the top 5 risks to public health. BUT there’s hope!

Click here to find out how using natural earth plasters can help alleviate these issues and bring health back into your home.

What are the benefits for the planet?
They say the most sustainable building materials are the ones that can be returned to the earth in their original format – well what better way to practice that philosophy than by putting actual earth plaster on your walls!

Click here to learn more about the many factors that make American Clay one of the most sustainable building materials available.

http://www.earthclayworks.com

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