How Does Clay Plaster Improve Air Quality?

By Patrick Allard

First, clay is non-toxic, hypoallergenic and dust-phobic, making it ideal for those with chemical sensitivities; it binds to odours, such as cigarette smoke, decreasing levels of indoor pollution.

Second, clay is extremely porous, allowing it to “breathe” water content in the air and resists the build up of mold.
Third, clay walls, when “breathing” moisture, release negative ions into the air –just like they are in nature, wherever earth and water meet. Think waterfall. Negative ions are known to increase levels of the mood-enhancing chemical serotonin, helping to alleviate depression, relieve stress, and boost our daytime energy.

How important is your health and wellbeing, and that of those people in your home or office? If you could improve the health quality of your space without breaking the bank with a complete re-build, and leave it looking insanely gorgeous, would you do it?
Call us! Let’s set up an appointment at our showroom so we can show you how you can improve your space with minimal disruption.