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The Paint Denver Difference

The Paint Denver Difference sets us above other Denver painting contractors or companies. We make it our mission to be a contributing member of the community and to offer unparalleled customer service.

This philosophy governs everything we do, from answering your phone calls and emails, being a resource for questions, and not considering a job done until you are satisfied. We strive to be the Denver interior painters you call time and time again!

Here’s how we do it.

Extensive Prep Time

At Paint Denver, we execute our jobs in a professional and convenient manner. While we are in your home, we want you to be comfortable and love the way your space looks when we are finished. This is why our preparation for interior painting is extensive.

While we do not need access to every room every day, some rooms may remain out of service overnight or longer. Creating a plan of the order you would like us to move through your home and note it for future reference.

Dedication to the Environment

Paint Denver is also dedicated to the environment and your safety. By using high-quality paint products, such as low and zero VOC paints, we effectively minimize waste and protect you and your family from the harmful chemicals present in many low-quality paints.

Low and zero VOC paints are low odor and safer for your family than traditional paint. However, people with strong sensitivity to paint may still want to plan on sleeping in another room directly after their room is painted.

Quality Assurance Program

When contracting Paint Denver for painting projects, we will provide the highest level of professionalism, integrity, and sustainability within the Denver painting industry. Living up to this commitment means that we follow through on our promises and treat every customer as if they are our only customer.

We have systems in place to ensure that you are satisfied with your interior painting project before we consider the job complete. By checking in after the project is completed, we can ensure that our crews met (and hopefully exceeded) your expectations.

Painting companies in Denver rarely go the extra mile like we do. This is why you should choose Paint Denver as your painting contractors! Contact us today! Let us help you get started.

We’d love to discuss your project. Call us at 303-800-7575 or email tess@paintdenver.com.

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Why Choose Paint Denver as Your Professional Painting Contractor? – Infographic

As professional painters, we know working with contractors can sometimes be frustrating. That’s why we work hard to break the stigma and stand out from the contractors you may have worked with in the past. At Paint Denver, we offer a satisfaction guarantee and strive to make sure every customer is happy with the job we provide.

Check out the infographic below to learn a few of the reasons why Paint Denver is one of the best professional painters in Denver!

Why Choose Paint Denver? professional painters infographic

Our team is experienced, reliable, and ready to help you spruce up your home for any occasion. Our customers throughout the Denver area are repeatedly satisfied with our services.

“I would highly recommend Paint Denver to anyone and everyone! They were fabulous to work with. They did my house and my neighbor’s house perfectly. I can’t stop staring at my home, it looks brand new. I was impressed the way Paint Denver very carefully and meticulously taped off the pieces and parts that had to be painted by hand.”– Mallory Peterson

We are backed by decades of professional experience. Looking to improve curb appeal before you sell your home? We’re the team for you. Interested in brightening up the interior of your home for some seasonal change? We’ll get the job done on time and on budget.

Give us a call anytime to schedule a virtual or in-person consultation.

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Paint Denver Celebrates Earth Day 2014

For 44 years, Paint Denver has been celebrating Earth Day as a way to focus in on making earth a better place to live. Over the years, Earth Day has focused in on a wide variety of issues, from problems with our water supply to sustainability with our energy sources.

This year as Paint Denver continues to see people moving from the country into the cities, Earth Day is focusing in on making the process more effective along the way. People living in wide open spaces have different issues then people in an urban environment. And part of the process is looking for ways to reduce toxic ways of living and replacing them with healthier options.paint denver earth day

We all want to live our lives in comfort. But doing so in a sustainable way will help us now and for many years to come.

As a professional painter, I know there are two major areas where we can help with this process.

Make paints more earth friendly

If we look at the history of paint, we’ll quickly find that paints of yesteryear were filled with toxic chemicals. Not only did they harm the environment overall, they also impacted the environment of our homes and living conditions. When you breathe in the fumes, it ultimately can harm your health.

Low or no VOC paints are now being produced by most major paint companies. Keep in mind that no VOC doesn’t necessarily mean there aren’t VOCs in the paint. It simply means the base is VOC-free; pigments added later may contain VOCs, giving it a low level of emissions.

When you decide to paint your home, demand the lowest VOC paints you can find. If you have your home painted by a professional, specifically ask about the paint used. It’s the only way you’ll ensure a top qualitfy product with the lowest amount of damage to our environment as possible.

Make our clean up process more earth friendly

Once your painting process is over, two other issues arise.

First, make sure your clean up process is toxic free. Latex paint is water soluble, meaning you can clean up with water rather than harmful chemicals.

Second, never buy more paint than you’ll use. Paint is toxic to our landfills, yet millions of gallons make their way there each year. Look for recycling options whenever possible.

Happy Earth Day!

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