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Leading Painting Contractors Committed to Green Environment

Leading Painting Contractors Committed to “Green Environment” in Auckland

Citywide Decorators announces their dedicated environment friendly painting services for a greener Auckland

Auckland, 9 June, 2014: Committed to work towards ensuring a “Greener Environment”, Citywide Decorators will now be offering dedicated eco-friendly painting services to all homeowners in Auckland. By making use of low or zero VOC certified paint coatings, the company endeavors to surpass customer expectations in terms of quality and safety.

With over 20 years of experience in the painting industry, Citywide Decorators have been proudly improving residential and commercial properties throughout the Auckland area with great quality painting. Renowned as the best painters in Auckland, the painting contractors at Citywide Decorators are focusing on protecting and preserving the health of the customer’s family, kids, pets and the environment too.

According to company spokesperson, “Citywide Decorators take it upon their shoulders to provide safe living spaces to Auckland residents. It is our corporate responsibility to take action to eliminate the toxic effects of traditional and conventional paints, which are loaded with hazardous chemicals and harmful VOCs.”

He added, “Citywide Decorators are committed to provide environmental friendly certified paint coatings by making use of low or zero VOCs that meet regulatory standards including safe disposal practices.”

There aren’t many paint companies in Auckland that deal in environmentally friendly paints. These paints are relatively expensive, but Citywide Decorators claim to offer more affordable quotes in order to encourage more people to adapt to environmentally friendly lifestyle.

Although for years people have gotten homes painted with ordinary paints and not really experienced severe health consequences, but in today’s time when consumers are becoming more aware and want to show responsibility towards the surroundings, choosing eco-friendly paints has rather become a necessity and not merely another option.

About Citywide Decorators:

Specializing in interior and exterior house painting, commercial painting, roof painting and professional house washing, Citywide Decorators have been successfully serving the residents of Auckland from the past 20 years.


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