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  • How Exterior Painting Protects Your Home

    How Exterior Painting Protects Your Home

    On average, it is recommended that the exterior of your home be repainted every 5 to 10 years. However, this timeline will depend on several factors. Such as the weather and conditions where you live, the type of exterior on your home, and the previous paint job. Learn about how exterior painting protects your home, including the benefits of exterior painting. Plus check out some of our favorite exterior paint color combinations!exterior home in the process of being painted

    The Benefits of Repainting the Exterior of Your Home

    Before investing in exterior paint, it is best to consult a professional to see if repainting is necessary. If it is determined that your home needs to be repainted, the cost may cause some concern. Let us reassure you however that the benefits of repainting your home are worth the investment!

    1) Curb Appeal

    One of the immediate benefits of repainting the exterior of your home is curb appeal. A fresh coat of paint is a quick fix for signs of age and weather. It is also a good way to reduce the visible age of your home, by giving it a modern and updated look. Improving the curb appeal of your home will increase the overall property value, which will also benefit that of your neighbors.

    2) Keeping Out Unwanted Guests

    Large animals are a nuisance, but small critters and insects can do significant damage to a home. Especially termites! Exterior paint helps to seal the most insect-prone wood on a home. Unfortunately, the access point for insects is often at the ground level, which also happens to be where the paint will wear the fastest. Regularly inspect your home for termites or places where the paint has become damaged, and that may be more susceptible to unwanted house guests.

    3) Extend the Life of Your Siding

    The main function of a home is to protect you and your family from the elements. Depending on the location, it was likely designed using materials made to withstand a specific type of weather. For example, homes in Denver often feature siding that is more impact-resistant. Every single day the life of your siding lessens. Maintaining the paint will help it last as long as possible, usually between 20 to 50 years.

    4) Protection From the Elements

    Exterior paint is a barrier that protects your siding, extending its life. Therefore reducing the likelihood of damage, and that the cold or moisture will penetrate your home. When moisture from rain or snow makes its way past the paint and to the wood of your home, it can lead to serious problems. 

    5) Prevent Mold, Mildew & Rot

    Mold, mildew, and rot are a result of moisture repetitively penetrating the paint and wood of your home. Eventually, it will cause the wood to soften and weaken, posing a serious risk to you and your family. Unfortunately, once rot takes hold, there is no undoing it. The only fix is to replace the structural wood – which will cost a lot more than if you were to regularly repaint the exterior of your house.

    Exterior Paint Colors

    Need some inspiration on exterior paint colors for your home? Here are just a few popular color pairings!

    Carbon & Pure White – This classic combo is a beautiful pairing that won’t go out of style. It is also a great option for those who like a bold contrast between different elements on the exterior of your home. Such as the walls and shutters.

    Olive Green & White – Green and white have peaked in popularity over recent years, especially on homes that feature raw wood. Variations of these colors look good with all shades of wood, especially dark and yellow tones.

    Red & White – If you aren’t afraid to go bold, then go with red. Preferably a true red, that easily contrasts with red. This color also looks good on homes that feature industrial elements on the exterior.

    Cream & Coffee – For a cozier exterior, cream and coffee are a charming combination. These colors are a good choice for those who prefer a neutral palette that is modern, but not boring.

    Olive Grey & Creamy White – Olive green and cream are another neutral option but are earth-inspired. These colors look stunning with homes in a more woodsy setting, or those feature stone elements.

    Are you in need of exterior painting services? Helix Painting in Denver is committed to making your home painting experience simple and hassle-free. Our exterior painting services include walls and siding, trim, doors, garages, and more. Book your exterior painting estimate or request a free estimate online.

  • What Color Gray Should I Paint My Kitchen Cabinets?


    What Color Gray Should I Paint My Kitchen Cabinets?

    gray kitchen cabinet tops and bottoms

    It’s a question that our team at Helix Painting is asked time and time again, “What color gray should I paint my kitchen cabinets?” While the answer is unique to your specific home and design goals, one thing is certain. You can’t go wrong with gray kitchen cabinets! Today we’re sharing why gray kitchen cabinets are so popular, and what this color can lend to your home. Plus get inspired by some of the hottest grey colors for kitchen cabinets paint!

    Gray Kitchen Cabinets Ideas

    In recent years gray kitchen cabinets have spiked in popularity, but why? Gray is a beautiful balance of both neutral and warm tones, delivering homeowners the best of both worlds. Used in a kitchen space, it also lends brightness and a sense of cleanliness. It is a color that will complement a wide array of tile backsplashes, as well as most any color of kitchen appliances. Of course, we can’t ignore that it also complements a variety of colors, depending on the shade of grey you choose. Making it an incredibly versatile color! Don’t get us wrong, an equal number of homeowners associate grey with being dull and boring. But if your goal is a kitchen that is trendy and will stand the test of time, you won’t regret going with gray. 

    Tips for Choosing Gray Kitchen Paint

    white kitchen cabinets on top and gray on bottom

    When it comes time to start comparing swatches, the sheer number of grey paint options can be overwhelming. Each and every shade will give off a special something to your home! Here are some factors that you will want to carefully consider and compare.

    Light or Dark – As with every color, gray comes in both light and dark shades. So how do you choose? The best way to decide is by considering the size of your kitchen and the light available. A small space or space with limited light can feel smaller with dark paint. So a lighter shade of grey will help open it up and give off the illusion of a grander space. Whereas a larger kitchen will ample natural light can handle darker paint, and may help make it feel homier. 

    Warm or Cool – When referring to a warm or cool shade, we’re talking about where a paint lies on the color wheel. Gray is often thought of as a neutral color, and it can be. But it can also have a warm or cool undertone. A cool gray will have pink and bluish hues. Whereas a warm gray will range from peach to yellow or golden undertones. Taking note of an undertone is important as it will impact your overall color scheme or palette, and dictate other colors you feature. Whether it be hardware, a backsplash, the wall color, or flooring.

    Grey Kitchen Cabinet Paint

    While there are countless shades of grey to choose from, some are tried and true. Check out some of our favorite grey kitchen cabinet paint, from top brands like Sherwin William and Benjamin Moore!

    gray kitchen cabinet doors

    • Sherwin Williams Pussywillow – A gorgeous shade, Pussywillow has a slightly cool undertone. It is similar to Mindful Gray but more saturated. Pair it with soft cream colors, as well as other warm hues.
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    • Sherwin Williams Dorian Gray – A soft, medium color, Dorian Gray has a slightly purple undertone. It pairs especially beautiful with crisp and bright whites, creating the most beautiful contrast.
    • Sherwin Williams Mindful Gray -This shade is a perfect contrast color to a cooler wall color. It can appear rich in some spaces and neutral in others but always looks gorgeous when complemented by warm details, like woods.
    • Benjamin Moore Gray Horse – A cool mid-tone gray, this shade creates a space that’s both stylish and restful. Pair it with other neutrals, or with warm earth tones like brown and green.
    • Benjamin Moore Gray Owl – One of the most popular gray colors. It’s a light warm gray that can go cool with more natural light and looks especially great in small, darker spaces.
    • Benjamin Moore Chelsea Gray – A rich warm gray, Chelsea Gray is a super chic color for cabinetry. It is a deep and bolder shade of gray, that contrasts well with bright whites and is complemented by warm metallics.

    Ready to bring your vision of gray kitchen cabinets to life? Our team at Helix Painting is focused on delivering quality cab

    inet painting services to the metro Denver area. We’re committed to making your interior painting experience easy and low-stress with our unique combination of personalized service, quality work, and streamlined process. Contact us today for a free in-person estimate or take advantage of our convenient virtual estimate. We can’t wait to help make your dream home a reality!

    gray kitchen island with white cabinets

  • Helix Painting Earns 2020 Angie’s List Super Service Award

    Helix Painting Earns 2020 Angie’s List Super Service Award

    Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service

    angie's list super service award badge 2020

     

    Littleton, CO, February 2, 2021 –  Helix Painting is proud to announce that it has earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA). This award honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews on Angie’s List in 2020.

    “Despite the enormous challenges facing our service pros throughout 2020, our Angie’s List Super Service Award winners continued to provide exceptional customer service,” said Angie’s List Founder Angie Hicks. “These outstanding businesses have helped homeowners not only maintain their homes, but also evolve them into safe and comfortable spaces that can handle all the mess of life, work, school and entertainment under one roof. Our homeowners’ consistent positive reviews make it clear: these are the best pros in our network.”

    Angie’s List Super Service Award 2020 winners have met strict eligibility requirements, which include maintaining an exceptional rating in overall grade, recent grade and review period grade. The SSA winners must be in good standing with Angie’s List and undergo additional screening.

    “We are honored to once again be recognized with the Angie’s List Super Service Award 2020,” said owner, Vanessa Homuth. “As a company focused on delivering exceptional quality and customer service, the Angie’s List Super Service Award is very important to us.”

    Helix Painting has been listed on Angie’s List since 2017. This is the third year Helix Painting has received this honor.

    Service company ratings are updated continually on Angie’s List as new, verified consumer reviews are submitted. Companies are rated in multiple fields ranging from price to professionalism to punctuality.

    For over two decades Angie’s List has been a trusted name for connecting consumers to top-rated service professionals. Angie’s List provides unique tools and support designed to improve the local service experience for both consumers and service professionals.

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    Helix Painting is a team of passionate, caring, service-oriented professionals. Family-owned and operated, we’re committed to making your home painting experience easy and low-stress with our unique combination of personalized service, quality work, and efficient process. We understand the frustration of working with home painting contractors who fail to deliver on promises. Team up with Helix Painting for brilliant results. Visit our website to book your free estimate today!

     

     

  • Tips for Painting Your Rental Property’s Interior

    Tips for Painting Your Rental Property’s Interior

     

    living room with blue sofa and blue area rugOne of the easiest ways to retain or improve the value of your rental property is to add a fresh coat of paint. Repainting the walls of a rental can make it look like it has never been lived-in and hence more attractive to prospective renters. Good paint also shields the home’s walls from moisture, dust, and physical impact, thereby preserving their condition.

    But the way you approach the repainting of your rental matters. Things like paint color and finish go a long way to determine how often you have to repaint the home and how much you spend doing it. If you don’t fine tune your strategy for painting, you may end up doing more work and spending a lot more money than is necessary. And a situation like that is less than ideal for a rental because the asset should make you more money than it costs you.

    A reasonable system for repainting your rental between tenants will result in a quicker turnover. After a tenant leaves, Paramount Management explains, you should be able to have your rental ready for showing in less than 24 hours. You should be able to do this without spending a lot of money. Here are steps you can follow to paint your rental more quickly and efficiently.

    1.      How often should you paint?

    It would be best to repaint your rental when the paint on the walls is looking ragged. Landlords will sometimes say the law demands that they paint a rental every time a tenant moves out. But there is no such law. That is not to say you shouldn’t paint the rental every time it becomes vacant if that is what you prefer. But if you are like most landlords and would rather avoid the trouble, you can reduce the frequency of repainting by using paint that will not wear out or get dirty quickly.

    2.      What colors should you use?

    Choose a color that most people can live with and which does not show dirt easily. Landlords often get stuck fixating on the best colors to use in a rental; this is not necessary. It happens because the owner allows their personal preferences to interfere, or they think they have to paint the home with fancy or trending colors. Using these as the basis for choosing a rental’s color is a grave mistake. It limits the pool of tenants the home appeals to and increases the landlord’s work.

    The rules for choosing the best colors for your rental property are as follows:

    • Do not use bright or bold colors; they don’t have mass appeal
    • Do not use colors that relates to a specific group of people
    • Do not use white because it is too stark and shows dirt easily
    • Use lights shades of an attractive neutral color – such as grey, beige, or tan
    • But the shade should also be dark enough to hide blemishes
    • And if you have multiple rental properties, use the same colors for all of them

    3.      What is the best paint finish for a rental?

    There are five types of paint finishes you can use inside a home, and each has its pros and cons.

    • Flat or matte finish: It is low-sheen and conceals flaws well. But it is porous and absorbs the stain effortlessly. It is best for low-traffic areas.
    • Eggshell finish: It has a soft velvety appearance that is not glossy. It tolerates cleaning and may highlight flaws and show roller marks. It is best for moderate-traffic areas.
    • Satin finishes: It is shinier than eggshell and appropriate for moderate to high-traffic areas. It is tolerant to moisture but will reveal brush and roller marks.
    • Semi-Gloss finish: Is durable, washable, suited to moderate/high-traffic areas, and tolerant to moisture.
    • Hi-Gloss finish: It is reflective, durable, and washable. It is highly resistant to moisture and stains. It is perfect for high-use surfaces.

    The absolute best finish for a rental property is semi-gloss. It combines many of the best qualities of the other finishes. Using semi-gloss in a rental means that you can wash the walls with soap and water every time a tenant moves out, and they will be good as new. That can make the difference between needing and not needing to repaint the rental.

    4.      Pay attention to proper paint preparation

    Every time you repaint your rental, pay premium attention to surface preparation. The time and care you put into preparing a surface will determine how long the paint lasts. Most premature paint failure is due to poor surface preparation rather than the quality of wall paints.

    5.      Do not buy the most expensive paint

    You do not need to buy the most expensive paint in the market to get the best results. The quality of the paint job is not entirely dependent on paint quality. Expensive paint will cover only slightly more surface than cheaper paint. And you will still need two coats whether you use costly or cheap ones. However, to get the best results without spending a lot, aim for moderately priced paints.

    Between tenants and ready to invest in your rental property? Helix Painting of Denver is proud to offer our professional painting services to those who own both single and multiple rental properties. Contact us today to Request a Free Estimate, or visit our blog for more useful information and inspiration!

  • The Best Basement Painting Tips & Tricks

    The Best Basement Painting Tips & Tricks

    The basement is often the last part of a house to get a new coat of paint. And yet, basements are an integral part of the home, often used for entertaining or as an additional living space. Making it all the more important that you paint with care! To help you bring your vision to life, we’re sharing the need-to-know basement painting tips and tricks. Including some of the best tried and true colors to paint your basement!

    How to Pick a Basement Paint Color

    basement painted light colors

    Selecting basement wall paint is no easy feat. If you haven’t already, you’ll probably sample and swatch way more paint colors than you would care to. But we understand! When choosing colors to paint your basement, you want to complement the overall theme of the house and lend to the space. Whether it has less than ideal lighting, low ceilings, or another unique element. Without further ado, here are some of the best colors for basement painting!

    Gray – Easily one of the most popular basement paint colors is gray. This color is a great option for a soothing and relaxing space, like if your basement will function

    as an additional living space. The best gray paint for basements are those with cool undertones, such as blue, which are calming. In addition, go a shade darker than you would assume. Too light and you risk a vibe reminiscent of a sterile hospital setting. You might consider Agreeable Gray SW 7029 by Sherwin-Williams, one of the most popular Gray paint colors.

    Blue – As mentioned, blue is a color that exudes calm. But if you punch up the saturation, then you have a color that is both cozy and dramatic. Why go wish a saturated paint color? People are quick to use light colors in a basement that lacks light. However lighter colors are only visible when light is present. So opt for a rich color like Storm or Navy, that doesn’t require light to look beautiful. If a highly saturated color scares you, create an accent wall as a test run!

    Green – A color that has picked up traction in recent years is green. To be more specific, earthy greens like Sage or Moss. Note however that these are comparatively light colors. They are most suitable for spaces that already appear large and light. Like if there are ample windows or a high ceiling. Green is a homely color that lends a sense of cleanliness that is perfect for a minimalistic layout. Take a look at some of the trending shades of green paint, both light and dark, over at Benjamin Moore.

    Bright White – So you want a white basement, but are worried about that sterile feel we mentioned? The trick to pulling off white is the careful and tactical use of color. White is a great choice, especially if you want a crisp vibe. We recommend combating this cleanliness with warm and inviting neutrals, like rich browns and industrial blacks. You can then add in a smattering of non-neutrals, for that vibrant and homely feel. As much as you want to avoid ‘hospital’, you should also avoid ‘hotel’.

    A final note: Use color with caution! Interior designers often use a 60-30-10 rule, to prevent the use of too much color. To achieve this, 60% of the room should be the main color, 30% should be the secondary color, and 10% should consist of accent color(s).​

    Painting Basement Ceilings

    Don’t forget to paint your basement ceiling, which is also a wall. An unfinished ceiling can make an otherwise beautiful room feel lackluster. For expansive, high or vaulted ceilings, you can’t go wrong with white. It will lend to the already present bright and airy feel, and contrast darker walls. Should you have a lower ceiling, consider black. While this may seem counterintuitive, it can actually give the illusion of height or depth. If you have an exposed ceiling, black or charcoal can also help to hide imperfections.

    Choosing a Basement Paint Finish

    As with any room, you need to choose the right basement wall paint. Depending on your location, your basement may be a little damp. Even if it isn’t regularly damp, it’s best that you prepare for the worst. Otherwise you risk having to repaint much sooner than you would like. For basement painting, we most often recommend a glossy finish. Glossy paint is often better at resisting both moisture and stains. Note however that glossy paint is more prone to showing off imperfections present on a wall. So for the best final product, take the time to prep and smooth every surface.

    Hire a Professional

    Want to achieve the basement of your dreams on the first go round? Hire a professional! Basement painting is not as easy, or as fun, as it sounds. It takes a lot of research and preparation to get the job done right. At Helix Painting we can assist you in choosing the best basement wall paint, and ensure a mess-free application process. Contact us today to schedule a free estimate, or view our photo gallery for ideas and inspiration!

  • How to properly prep for exterior painting?

    How to properly prep for exterior painting?solid stain painted brown exterior

    Proper prep is the key to any paint project, particularly an exterior painting project. Without proper prep, even the best exterior paints may fail. Prep is time-consuming and detailed work, but it is the foundation of your exterior painting project. The following key steps will make sure your exterior painting project starts on the right note.

    1. Start with a good cleaning

    While you cannot always see it, your home’s exterior likely has a layer of dirty from dust, pollen, and other particles in the environment. Without thoroughly cleaning your home’s exterior, your paint will end up sticking to that dust and not the home’s siding or trim. This is likely to cause the paint to fail in the future. Additionally, be sure to let the surface dry before you start painting. Depending on where you are located, this make take a half a day to several days.

    1. Repair damaged surfaces and hammer in loose nails

    Rotten or damaged wood needs to be replaced to prevent larger problems within your home (ie water intrusion). Paint on rotten or damaged wood is likely to fail. Additionally, you’ll want to be sure all loose nail heads are hammered back in to create a smooth surface.

    1. Scrape loose or peeling paint

    As you can imagine, if you paint over loose or peeling paint, you will end up with finished product that doesn’t look very good and the new paint is likely to start peeling again quickly. You want your home to have only well adhered paint or bare surfaces to ensure the paint will hold up properly.

    1. Sand scraped surfaces and rough areas

    Any areas needing scraping or with rough exposed wood will need to be sanded. Sanding the surface helps to create a smooth finished look. Be sure to wipe down areas that were sanded to ensure any resulting dust is removed.

    1. Caulk

    Caulking a home helps to avoid water intrusion. You want to be careful to apply the right amount of caulking to be sure seams are filled while not applying too much caulk and impeding natural expansion or creating a bumping finished look. Before applying new caulking be sure to dig out any existing caulking from the joints that has either cracked or pulled away from the joint.

    1. Prime

    Any replaced boards or bare wood needs to be primed to allow for proper paint adhesion. Additionally, for those people living in climates where snow can build up on the home, we often recommend an extra level of prep including priming the bottom three boards of the house and along the roof line where snow accumulates. Primer is inexpensive relative to the cost of paint and a good quality primer will help keep extend the life of your home’s paint job.

    Your now ready to apply your paint. There are many great paints on the market for exterior painting. We love both Sherwin Williams and Benjamin Moore paints. Talk to your painting company or local paint store to figure out what paint is best for your project and budget.

    If you are looking for a professional painting company, Helix Painting is happy to come out and give you a free estimate. We offer a variety of exterior paint packages with extended warranties. You can book your estimate on our website or give us at call at 720-445-9856.

  • What color gray should I use in my house?

    Grays are extremely popular, but it is hard to know what gray to use in your house. Grays in the greige (a combination of gray and beige) family are can provide warmth while grays with soft blue and green undertones can provide a fresh and cool feel.

    Ultimately, the right color all depends on the mood you want to create in your house, your lighting and other items in the home. We highly recommend picking a few colors you like, painting them onto some large boards and then taping those boards onto several wall. We do not recommend directly painting the colors on the wall. This can result in flashing when the new paint is applied.

    For those of you confused by paint color descriptions, we thought it might help to see the same room painted in different shades of gray. We started with the most popular Sherwin Williams colors requested by our customers. We then used the Sherwin Williams ColorSnap tool to show the same room painted in each of the colors. Take a look at each individual color or watch this video scrolling through them all.

    Room painted in SW Drift of Mist

    Sherwin Williams – Drift of Mist

    SW Drift of Mist

    Room painted in SW Front PorchSherwin Williams – Front Porch

    Sherwin Williams – PassiveRoom painted in SW Passive

    SW Passive

    Room painted in SW Repose GraySherwin-Williams – Repose Gray

    SW Repose Gray

    Room painted in SW Modern GraySherwin Williams – Modern Gray

    SW Modern Gray

    Room painted in Anew GraySherwin Williams – Anew Gray

    SW Anew Gray

    Room painted in SW Agreeable GraySherwin Williams – Agreeable Gray

    SW Agreeable Gray

    Room painted in Gossamer VeilSherwin Williams – Gossamer Veil

    SW Gossamer Veil

    Room painted in SW Worldly GraySherwin Williams – Wordly Gray

    SW Worldly Gray

    Room painted in SW Amazing GraySherwin-Williams – Amazing Gray

    SW Amazing Gray

    Room painted in Requisite GraySherwin Williams – Requisite Gray

    SW Requisite Gray

     

    Send us an email and let us know your favorite gray. If you still need help picking a color, we are happy to offer a free color consultation with all signed contracts. Schedule your free estimate today!

  • How to remove wallpaper

     

    Our customers often ask us how to remove wallpaper from their homes. While we are happy to provide a free quote for us to remove them, this is often something you can do yourself.

    Before you get to work removing wallpaper, it is important to prepare the area to control the mess.

    Follow these key steps:

    Step 1 – Remove all items from the walls

    Step 2 – Move all furniture and other objects to the center of the room.

    Step 3 – Cover anything left in the room (even in the center) with plastic sheeting or drop cloths.

    Step 4 – Place old towels along the baseboards to collect any moisture that might drip down. Tape plastic sheeting or drop cloths to the baseboards to collect debris.

    Step 5 – Cover any electrical outlets with painter’s tape. You can come back and remove the wallpaper from the outlet cover later. Turn off electric to the room.

    Now you are ready to start removing wallpaper.

    Step 1 – Score the wallpaper

    Most wallpaper removal project require the use of a hot water solution to reactivate the adhesive. This allows for much easier removal of the wallpaper. To help the hot water solution penetrate the wallpaper and reach the adhesive, it helps to start with a scoring tool to slightly perforate the wallpaper. Use light pressure to run the scoring tool over the wall.

    Step 2 – Create stripping solution

    To create your stripping solution, in a spray bottle, fill 1/3 full with vinegar and 2/3 full with hot water.

    Step 3 – Spray area with solution

    Begin spraying a defined area with the hot water solution. You want to work in sections to ensure the paper does not dry before you get to it. Start at the top of your section and work your way down. Let the solution sit for a few minutes to allow the solution to penetrate.

    Step 4 – Pry the wallpaper off the wall

    Start at the top, use a scraper to pry a corner of the wet wallpaper and backing off of the wall. Pull the wallpaper off in sheets, as best you can. If some wallpaper has dried or is difficult to remove, spray with more solution and allow the solution to soak. Be careful not to pull too hard at the wallpaper. You want to avoid damaging the drywall as much as possible. Wipe with a wet rag as you go. Repeat this process throughout the room. Allow a full day for removing paper from an average-sized room.

    Your walls are now ready for paint. Be sure to prime your walls before applying paint. Click here to learn more about interior painting.

    If this sounds like more work than you want to tackle yourself, we’re here to help. You can book your free estimate online or call us at 720-445-9856.

  • Helix Painting Earns 2019 Angie’s List Super Service Award

    Helix Painting Earns 2019 Angie’s List Super Service Award

    Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service

     

    Littleton, CO, January 14, 2020 – Helix Painting is proud to announce that it has earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA). This award honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews on Angie’s List in 2019.angie's list super service award icon

    “Service pros that receive our Angie’s List Super Service Award represent the best  in our network, who are consistently making great customer service their mission,” said Angie’s List Founder Angie Hicks. “These pros have provided exceptional service to our members and absolutely deserve recognition for the exemplary customer service they exhibited in the past year.”

    Angie’s List Super Service Award 2019 winners have met strict eligibility requirements, which include maintaining an “A” rating in overall grade, recent grade and review period grade. The SSA winners must be in good standing with Angie’s List and undergo additional screening.

    “We are honored to once again be recognized with the Angie’s List Super Service Award 2019,” said owner, Brandon Homuth. “As a company focused on delivering exceptional quality and customer service, the Angie’s List Super Service Award is very important to us.”

    Helix Painting has been listed on Angie’s List since 2017. This is the second year Helix Painting has received this honor. View our Angie’s List Profile.

    Service company ratings are updated continually on Angie’s List as new, verified consumer reviews are submitted. Companies are graded on an A through F scale in multiple fields ranging from price to professionalism to punctuality.

    For over two decades Angie’s List has been a trusted name for connecting consumers to top-rated service professionals. Angie’s List provides unique tools and support designed to improve the local service experience for both consumers and service professionals.

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    Helix Painting is a team of passionate, caring, service-oriented professionals. Family-owned and operated, we’re committed to making your home painting experience easy and low-stress with our unique combination of personalized service, quality work, and efficient process. We understand the frustration of working with home painting contractors who fail to deliver on promises. Team up with Helix Painting for brilliant results. Visit our website to book your free estimate today!

  • I’m planning to sell my house. What colors should I use?

    We frequently get calls from customers who are selling their houses. Over the years, many have put personalized touches bright accent walls, seventies-era greens and browns, nine colors throughout the house, etc. Now that it’s time to sell, their realtors have recommended they make some affordable improvements to the home to make it attractive to a broad base of home buyers.

    home for sale sign

    Sound familiar? If you are selling your house, the key is to make it look fresh, neat, and clean to appeal to the widest cross section of buyers. Most commonly, that means putting a light grey, off white, or light cream color on the walls to match your home’s styling. Make sure the colors work with flooring or counter tops and are relatively neutral. Stock flat white ceiling paint and white semi-gloss on trim are by far the most common colors and will appeal widely. Buyers are frequently going to personalize their home with new paint colors or accent walls, but your job as the seller is to make the home marketable to the masses. So unless your home is a tear-down, it’s probably worth the modest investment to paint, put in new carpet and other touches get increase the money you will get for your home.

    Ready to start your cabinet painting project?

    Give Helix Painting a call for a free estimate to paint your interior. You can book your estimate online or call us at 720-445-9856.