How Paint Can Keep Your Family Healthy

Are you looking for a great new way to keep you and your family healthy? Washing hands, using sanitizers, and disinfecting surfaces in your home are all great ways to keep your family healthy. But, what if there was more that you could do to continuously keep your family healthy?

No matter how hard you try, there are some thing that will be completely out of your control. One of them being the spread of bacteria on painted surfaces. Your painted surfaces may visibly look clean but when you look deep down at a microscopic level, there could be harmful bacteria on your walls.

Why not protect your home with a paint that actually has antibacterial properties built into the product? How does it work? Sherwin Williams Paint Shield successfully marries a proven, well-studied microbicide with a waterborne paint. This paint was developed with healthcare facilities in mind. It was designed to kill bacteria on your walls. Yep! You read that right! It kills bacteria in your walls. In fact, Paint Shield is the first EPA-registered microbicidal paint that kills greater than 99.9% of Staph, MRSA, E. coli, VRE, and Enterobacter aerogenes, within 2 hours of exposure on painted surfaces. The effectiveness of this product lasts up to 4 years as long as the walls are properly maintained.

At North Pointe Painting we care about the health of you and your family. We want to provide you with every option available to you so can keep your family safe! If you are interested in learning more about this AMAZING product, please reach out! We can have one of our specially trained Personnel meet with you and give you more details.

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