Written By Paul M There’s an old saying in Colorado that if you don’t like the weather here, just wait ten minutes. Thus far, 2023 has certainly borne that out: record rainfall in June. Mid-day sunshine giving way to crackling thunder, lightning and monsoons. And in July, residents of Highlands Ranch even weathered a rare tornado, which… Read more »
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.
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.
Painting season is over but it doesn’t mean the planning is. Spring time seems like a great time to get the paint estimates started and get the ball rolling but it’s actually too late to accomodate your timeline by then. We start scheduling during the winter months so that way homeowners can get a head start.