Green Proofing Your Home

While your home may be a place of respite and comfort, it can also be crawling with toxins and other environmental and health hazards. From the chemicals we use to clean to the paint we put on our walls, there’s so much that can pose subtle but significant problems for the environmental and our own health.

Green proofing your home takes a little effort and time, but it’s well worth it for the peace of mind. Start by making the switch to homemade natural cleaning solutions. Phase out plastic products by opting to purchase sustainable materials whenever possible. When you do buy plastics, make sure you choose BPA free. Over time you’ll find that going green in your home is much simpler and more enjoyable than you may have once thought.

  • March 13, 2017
  • Corey Creed