Wallcoverings do project stunning visuals, but not at the expense of adding up to the increasing landfills around us.
Homeowners seeking environment-friendly products seems to be the norm in this day and age. Below is one such example of a fabulous print.
This is particularly so for those in the design world. From home builders to interior designers, many eco-friendly options are now important considerations in the design, build and completion process.
We are no different and now forms part of the eco-system. Constantly on the lookout for such green solutions, we seek to acquire and evaluate the right print media. One such example is DreamScape’s Terralon™ PVC-free wallcovering.
- Free from PVC/POA(Olefin), Plasticizers, Chlorine, Formaldehyde and Heavy metals.
- Made up of 31% post-consumer recycled material.
- Extremely low VOC that meets California CDPH Standard for Schools and Offices (CA 01350).
Another key feature pertains to mould and mildew growth in a high moisture environment. This presents serious health risks to the occupants due to prolonged exposures. Other compliance specifications can also be found here.
The DreamScape’s Terralon™ wallcoverings are ‘Breathable’ as they offer high permeability rating(ASTM E96). This is a great option for mitigating problems with mould and mildew growth behind wall surfaces. With that being said, no wallcoverings, even when permeable, should be considered a guaranteed cure for such problems. Therefore, it is important to use a mould and mildew inhibitor in both wall primer and the wallcovering adhesive to assure best results.