Healthy Living

Roundtower’s ‘Healthy Living’ collection showcases the various functional products that don't compromise on your health. We offer a selection of non-hazardous paints, plaster and insulations designed to safeguard your health and ensure a safer, more sustainable lifestyle. Explore our range of products carefully chosen to support your health-conscious choices.

Beeck Classic

Beeck Trend

Beeck Natural Stone

Beeck Premixed Colours

Why Choose Non-Toxic Building Materials

The importance of using non-health hazardous building materials cannot be overstated. When we choose materials that are free from harmful chemicals and toxins, we create safer living environments for ourselves and our families. These materials contribute to better indoor air quality, reducing the risk of respiratory problems and other health issues. Moreover, eco-friendly building materials are kinder to the environment, as they often have lower environmental impacts during production and disposal. Choosing non-hazardous materials for your construction or renovation projects not only safeguards your health but also supports a more sustainable and responsible way of living.

Insulation for a Healthier Home

When it comes to making your home healthier and more energy-efficient, insulation plays a crucial role. Our 'Healthy Living' collection offers eco-insulation solutions designed to create a safer, cleaner and more comfortable living environment. Choose from natural fibre insulation options like Sheep Wool Comfort, Steico Flex 036, and IndiTherm Hemp Flexibatt. These materials are not only environmentally friendly but also highly effective at maintaining comfortable indoor temperatures. By investing in eco-insulation, you not only reduce your carbon footprint but also contribute to a healthier and more sustainable home.

Durable Exterior Protection

The exterior of your home faces the harshest elements, making it essential to invest in durable protection. Our 'Healthy Living' collection includes products like Beeck Renosil and Beeck Beeckosil, both designed to provide outstanding exterior protection. Beeck Renosil offers commercial-grade durability for all mineral surfaces and existing paints, ensuring your home's exterior maintains its integrity over time. Beeck Beeckosil, on the other hand, is an industrial-grade paint with Active Silicification Formula (ASF), making it incredibly durable, even in the most challenging environments. Our associated products not only protect your home but also contribute to a healthier living space by avoiding hazardous materials.

1. What is the 'Healthy Living' collection?

The 'Healthy Living' collection is a curated selection of products offered by Roundtower that are designed to promote well-being and safety in your living spaces. These products are chosen for their non-toxic and eco-friendly qualities.

2. Why should I consider non-toxic products for my home?

Non-toxic products, such as those in the 'Healthy Living' collection, contribute to better indoor air quality and reduce exposure to harmful chemicals, making your home a healthier and safer place for you and your family.

3. What types of products are available in the 'Healthy Living' collection?

The collection includes a variety of products, including eco-friendly insulation, low-VOC paints, breathable plasters, and durable exterior protection options. These products cater to different aspects of creating a healthier home environment.

4. How do these products benefit the environment?

Many products in the 'Healthy Living' collection are designed with sustainability in mind, using eco-friendly materials and manufacturing processes that reduce environmental impact. By choosing these products, you contribute to a greener and more eco-conscious lifestyle.

5. Are the products in this collection of high quality?

Yes, the products in the 'Healthy Living' collection are carefully selected for their quality and performance. You can expect them to meet or exceed industry standards while prioritising health and safety.

In recent years, the increased awareness in sustainable design has broadened industry wide concerns with the health hazardous of building materials. Choosing a construction material which doesn’t damage your health is a particularly important consideration. 

Chemical pollutants can build up in the indoor air we breathe, released from building materials, carpets, paints etc. It is becoming increasingly important that specifiers specify materials that are clean and chemical-free, which improve the indoor air quality of the home.

So as health concerns continue, understanding what chemicals are in our building products is moving up on the priority list and becoming just as important as knowing what is in the food we eat.