Green Builder Media project seeks to gather the latest in smart home technologies

An innovative home retrofit project that seeks to showcase the latest in advanced smart home technologies will feature paints chosen from the Sherwin-Williams Living Well(tm) collection.

The project, known as the ReVISION House, will retrofit a 3,050-square-foot home in Scottsdale, Arizona, using products and technologies that optimize wellness and aesthetics. Building science expert Steve Easley and his wife, indoor air quality expert Susan Raterman, have teamed with Green Builder Media to coordinate the project, which is scheduled for completion in 2022. This project will demonstrate cost-effective ways to achieve sustainability and durability, as well as maximising the use of renewable energy sources.

Areas like bathrooms and laundry rooms will be painted with Sherwin Williams SuperPaint with Sanitizing Technologyaccording to Raterman. The product will kill 99.9 percent of Staph, MRSA and E. coli on painted surfaces within two hours of exposure. It will continue to kill 90 percent of bacteria for up to four years when the integrity of the surface is maintained.

Other interior rooms will also be painted with SuperPaint(r), with Air Purifying Technology. This product has zero VOCs and contributes to indoor air quality. The odor-eliminating technology in this product helps to keep rooms fresher and longer.

The products have both aesthetic and wellness benefits. SuperPaint products are part of Sherwin Williams’ Living Well(tm), which includes carefully selected colors that inspire and invite comfort, style and well-being to the home.

” There are a lot of color options with the Living Well paints,” Raterman says. “I can’t deny that I’m excited about all the color options with this line, with more than 500 to choose from.”

*EPA registered paint that kills 99.9 percent of Staph (Staphylococcus aureus), E. coli (Escherichia coli), MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), VRE (Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecalis) and Enterobacter aerogenes on painted surfaces within two hours of exposure, and continues to kill 90 percent of bacteria for up to four years when the integrity of the surface is maintained.

Reduces VOC levels from potential sources like carpet, cabinets and fabrics and works to reduce unwanted household odors. The amount of SuperPaint(r), Air Purifying Technology Interior Acrylic Latex that actively reduces odors, formaldehyde and omissions depends on their concentrations and how often they are used.