- Reducing chemical exposure in homes is critical to good health for all and not just for chemically-sensitive people or young children.
- Finding and purchasing safe home products shouldn't be exhausting or time-consuming.
- Creating a safer home requires a trusted source of information.
- Supporting US manufacturers that operate in socially and environmentally responsible ways is the right way to do business.
Carol & Kelly Trimmer
Pure Living Space
Several years ago, Carol's rescue cat changed her life. The cat ambushed her on the stairs causing a nasty concussion. Months later, she was still trying to recover.
As part of her health recovery program, she needed to clean up her home and was shocked to discover the vast array of toxins in so many things she owned. She was also shocked at how hard it was to find accurate product information.
Analysts and researchers at heart, she and her husband Kelly began compiling information. They were heartened to find many smaller, US-based companies that adhered to high product and ethical standards. These are the products they selected for their home.
Friends began asking for advice and information for a healthier home. That's when Kelly and Carol, now vibrantly healthy, decided to launch Pure Living Space to help others create a safe and healthy home environment quickly and easily with a focus on high-quality, US-made products.
Carol believes that it's not all or nothing! Any step toward a less toxic home will contribute to good health.
Carol and Kelly live in Dallas with their son and cat.
And yes, she’s always on the lookout for another ambush, but so far so good.