You’ve just moved into your first home and you’re deciding on that perfect “eye catching” color combination. Or let’s say you’ve received an HOA letter in the mail, and now the painting project is top priority. It’s time for a fresh, new look and you’re unsure of where to go next.
Like many other home improvement companies, March is a time where Vivax starts putting on their gear and rolling up their sleeves for the start of the Spring and Summer seasons. While it may seem like a strange time to start preparing for your home improvement projects (Isn’t that snow we are seeing outside the window?), it is incredibly important to plan these kinds of jobs as far in advance as possible.
While other home improvement companies may see “cutting corners” as an industry norm, Vivax Pros differentiates from the competition by raising the bar on industry standards through our un-matched customer service for your paint projects. Vivax Pros “all hands on deck” approach makes the process thorough and seamless for our Homeowners. Our customer service starts with our Project Qualification Team.
As 2020 is winding down you may still have a list of home projects that you have not had a chance to complete before the snow flies. To protect one of your biggest investments (your home) it is important to understand paint seasonality and wood rot and add getting a paint and woodwork estimate to that list.
Summer is drawing to a close and you are starting to notice the effects that the sun and heat have had on your home and how much a paint project would improve the house. However, before you begin picking out paint colors and setting timelines, let Vivax Pros guide you through the HOA paint approval process.
Deck Materials Unless you’ve been planning what type of deck you have been dreaming of for months on end, picking out materials might be one of your toughest decisions throughout the process. Over the years, there have been many advances made towards composite decking materials but with the option of beautiful, pressure treated redwood being… Read more »
Step 1: Whether your deck is a perfect rectangle or an irregular shape, measure the length and width of the deck at its longest. Ex: The width is 24 feet and the length is 18 feet Step 2: Take the length and width and multiply them together to find the area of the deck. Ex:… Read more »
Decorate For: Spring Flowers are blooming, the sun is out, and now’s the best time to start using your new custom built deck. If you’re looking for inspiration to decorate, we’re here to help! Designing your outdoor oasis can sometimes be a bit overwhelming. You just want it to be perfect and there… Read more »
When hail hits, it hits hard and fast. But sometimes it can feel like the chaos is just beginning after that storm rolls through. From cleaning up the damage, to contacting and navigating your insurance claim, it’s enough to make you sweat just thinking about it.
One of our clients sent us this little treat, a little timelapse video of a roof going onto a home! With such a long process, most people only get to see bits and pieces at a time. But thanks to Ted Tripolis and his handy home security camera, we got to watch our guys work… Read more »
Last week we were honored and humbled to be the recipients of the Denver Business Journal’s 2017 Best Place to Work! We were up against a lot of amazing local Colorado companies, and want to extend congratulations to every organization who made it onto this prestigious list. Together we are all a part of what… Read more »
Denver house painting, specifically exterior painting in Denver requires a professional painter that is truly in a league of their own. Due to Denver’s rich history, diversity, and local vibrancy you can find loads of different styles of homes all intermingling with each other on a single street. This means finding a painter in Denver that has the skills and experience to make it happen.