Breathe in, breathe out – do you know what’s in your building’s air?

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RinaldiHomesDid you know that people spend up to 90 percent of their time indoors? While most people are aware that outdoor pollution can damage health, many do not know that indoor air pollutants can have the same effect. Awareness is growing among North American homebuilders and remodelers about the importance of indoor air quality in residential construction and remodeling. CertainTeed is making strides to build partnerships that support the sustainable, energy-efficient products that enhance indoor air quality.

One of those partnerships is with Mike Holmes, a trusted contractor and long-time advocate for healthy homes. CertainTeed’s AirRenew® Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Gypsum Board is one of a select few Holmes-Approved products, offering a solution for healthier interior environments in residential construction and remodeling projects. Volatile Organic compounds(VOCs) are often introduced into the home by the off-gassing of new furniture, paint, carpeting and even air fresheners. AirRenew proactively absorbs formaldehyde and converts it into safe, inert compounds. Made from recycled material, it’s also GREENGUARD® Gold certified and can contribute to recycled materials and innovation in design credits for green projects.

Rinaldi Homes, an official Holmes Approved Homes Partner Builder, recently initiated a program that implements Holmes’ mandate in new-home construction and sustainable building. The program includes using specific building products, installation methods and building practices to ensure enhanced durability, energy-efficiency, resistance, sound protection, and higher indoor air quality – without sacrificing beautiful home design.

The upscale development consists of 26 bungalow townhomes situated in a private cul-de-sac in Mississauga, Ontario. The community showcases Rinaldi’s expertise in creating enviable, sustainable living spaces.

So the question is – are you happy with the air you are breathing in your home?

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  1. Thank you for sharing useful information. I have never realized that danger are all in the air. thank you so much. Nice article.

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