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Benefits of Using Bitcoin to Pay for Your Professional Painting Service

Do you wish there was an easy, digital way to pay for your professional painting service? Well, look no further, because Bitcoin is the way to go when it comes to digital payments.

These days, it seems as if everyone is paying bills digitally. While this electronic world may seem daunting, it does offer conveniences for electronic payments and transactions. And this includes paying for all kinds of services for your home, even painting. This is where Bitcoin comes in!

Benefits of Using Bitcoin to Pay for Your Professional Painting ServiceSo what are the advantages of paying for your professional paint service and other services with Bitcoin? Here are a few:

Paying through Bitcoin is easy as well as accessible. All you need is access to the internet! The process is simple, and it doesn’t even require you to have a bank account.

Bitcoin is a global payment method. You can transfer funds from country to country with Bitcoin. It only takes a matter of minutes, compared to days with banks and other services.

How Long Does An Exterior Paint Job Last?

It doesn’t cost a lot to use Bitcoin. The fees to use the service are very low. Compared to other fees from credit card and PayPal transfers, Bitcoin’s low fees are the smart choice for payments and transfers.

Bitcoin works like email. Once you have installed a Bitcoin wallet on your computer or mobile phone, it will generate your first Bitcoin address and you can create more whenever you need one. You can disclose your addresses to your contacts so that they can pay you or vice versa. In fact, this is pretty similar to how email works, except that Bitcoin addresses should only be used once.

Even though Bitcoin is a relatively new market and isn’t’ mainstream yet, its a volatile way to pay for painting services and more. Time will only tell if others will catch on to the benefits of using Bitcoin for money transfers and payments

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How VOC Effects A Household

Volatile Organic Compounds – VOCs – are a large group of carbon based chemicals that can easily evaporate at room temperature, affecting everything around it.

You know that new car smell or the smell in a room immediately after painting it? That’s VOCs. Some VOCs are stronger than others, meaning you can smell them almost immediately, while other VOCs have no odor at all. Odor does not indicate the level of toxicity. Which means things around you ever day could be affecting your health and you don’t even know it.How VOC Effects A Household

VOCs come in a variety of formats. Some common examples that you’ll find in every day products include:

  • Acetone
  • Benzene
  • Formaldehyde
  • Methylene chloride
  • Toluene
  • Xylene
  • 1, 2-butadiene

Dig Deeper – Recycling Leftover Paint

VOCs are formed by off gasing from many common household products and activities:

  • Carpets and adhesives
  • Paint
  • Wood composites
  • Caulks
  • Solvents
  • Fabrics
  • Vinyl flooring
  • Cosmetics
  • Air cleaners
  • Photocopiers
  • Smoking
  • Stored paints and chemicals

Studies have shown that the average in home environment is two to five times higher in VOC levels that the outdoors. Which means your family is at greater risk for health problems if you don’t take steps to lower your indoor VOC levels.

What can you do to help lower your risk?

Focus in on buying products and services that offer low VOC options. If a company or product doesn’t say its low VOC and it falls into the categories above, chances are its not. Instead, look for companies that specifically watch for low VOC options and offer them to their clientele.

It will save you and your family from exposure to health risks down the road.

Contact us about your Denver Interior House Painting ideas today.

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Interior Painting 101: What Men Like

When it comes to interior painting, not everyone is the same. That’s why you’ll find hues in every color range, with thousands of options available.

But what works for the kitchen may not be the best choice for a baby’s room. And what works for a woman might not be the top choice for a man.

Interior Painting 101: What Men LikeYet when you are painting a room in your family home, how can you make it appealing to every member of the family?

The answer: there are no hard fast rules about what colors are masculine or feminine. What appeals to a woman may or may not appeal to a man. And vice versa. But luckily within every color there are many, many options of hues and tones. If blue is a shade you can both agree upon, you’ll have many choices, from a pale sky blue to a rich royal blue and beyond.

If you are trying to choose a color and you want the man in your life to love it as well, here are a few thoughts for you.

Why Interior Wall Color Is Important

Men like blue.

Consistently, the color blue is in the top color choice of men. Blue provides a calming effect. Different shades of blue can evoke authority, intelligence and stability. It may be that throughout history, women find men attractive whether they where a blue uniform or a blue business suit. Whatever the reason, you can’t go wrong with the color blue.

When you look to color choices, you’ll find shades of blue with many appeals: azure, baby blue, cobalt, cornflower blue, indigo, midnight blue, navy, robins egg blue, royal, sapphire, slate and steel blue.

Men like green.

Coming in as number two, green follows blue in popularity. Green signifies restfulness, coolness, growth, renewal, as well as balance and stability. While women typically favor the cooler, softer shades of green, men prefer the brighter shades.

For a man’s choice in shades of green, think: apple, chartreuse, emerald, fir, forest, jade, kelly green, leaf green, moss, olive, pine, sage and seafoam.

Men like black.

There’s always something about black – both men and women agree it adds elegance. While you may not consider painting every wall in your home with a dark and forceful color such as black, in limits it can be used to accent in just about any room in your home.

Think coal, charcoal, ebony, ink, midnight, onyx or raven.

Remember, paint is a personal choice. Get everyone in the family involved in selecting the perfect color for your room.

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How Color Impacts A Room’s Energy

Think the color on your walls and the way you feel aren’t linked? Think again. It’s a scientific fact that color affects mood. That’s why you’ll hear phrases like “feeling blue” or “green with envy” again and again.

While choosing one color won’t automatically send you’re attitude into a tailspin, it can play an important part in how you approach your day. To bring out the personality of your room, keep these tips in mind.

How Color Impacts A Room’s EnergyWhen it comes to color, everything is about balance. If you love one color, you can combine it with other colors to evoke different moods. For example, red is an aggressive color; yet pink has been proven to reduce aggressiveness.

Colors are either warm or cool. Warm colors are located on one side of the color wheel, cool colors are on the opposite side. Warm shades have rich undertones in reds, yellows and oranges. Cool shades include purples, blues and greens. While warm tones are radiant and cozy, cool shades have a calming effect. Warm shades make rooms appear smaller and more intimate, cooler shades make a room appear larger.

Why Interior Wall Color Is Important

Neutral colors are the non-colors – white, gray and black. They typically can have either a warm or cool undertone, and can play an important role in bringing out additional colors you select for a room.

Primary colors when used together can bring back memories of school days (not necessarily good memories for some people). Therefore use them sparingly when placed together. Alone, blue is a popular choice for bedrooms because it soothes and relaxes. It can also be the perfect color for bathrooms, offices or study rooms where you need to have focus and attention. Reds show passion and energy, and can stimulate appetites and conversations. Which is why you’ll find reds in many kitchens and dining rooms. Yellows bring out cheerfulness and energy. It’s a great choice for ceiling color, and reflects light, making it the perfect choice for poorly lit rooms.

Secondary colors are created by mixing together to primary colors. Green – blue and yellow – can be very refreshing and calming. Many people feel at home with green, so it’s a choice you’ll find in every room in the home. Orange – red and yellow – is good as an accent color but comes off often overbearingly when used alone. Purple – red and blue – gives off a contemporary and sophisticated vibe. Historically, purple is a color of royalty, which is why you’ll find it in many places where people want to show their regal side.

Tertiary colors are created by mixing primary and secondary colors together. think red-violet, yellow-orange, or blue-green. Tertiary colors are where you’ll find most interior pain selections.

Neutrals can take on a variety of characteristics depending on what they are paired with. Black works best as an accent color, providing dignity and sophistication. Brown brings security and safety into play. Gray is one of the most popular neutrals, because many colors are created with gray undertones. White has a sense of purity and cleanliness, calming a busy room and giving the eye a rest.

While there is no right or wrong way to approach color within your home, these tips are a guide to help you choose the right colors for you.

Contact us about your Denver Interior House Painting ideas today.

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Tips for Painting a Staircase

The staircase is a great architectural element of many homes, and it is also the first thing that many visitors see. For this reason, homeowners want their staircase to look its best.

If your staircase has a lot of foot traffic, it probably has a tendency to look dull or dirty very quickly. Painting the staircase can really brighten the entire area, so it pays to take the time to paint it correctly.

Tips for Painting a StaircaseUnfortunately, the staircase is a very awkward spot to paint. It can also be quite dangerous. Here are some tips for painting a staircase in your home:

Choose your color. The color scheme you pick is very important in determining the ease with which you complete your stairwell painting. If you paint the walls on each side that run up to the ceiling the same color as the ceiling, you will eliminate the need to get as close as possible to the ceiling/wall join for cutting-in.

Use extension poles. If you want to be safe while painting your staircase, extension poles are necessary. To paint where the wall and ceiling join, use a paint brush that is tied to an extension pole. You can attach rollers to the poles to paint the remainder of the walls and ceiling.

Protect surfaces. Like any paint job, it is essential that you protect the surfaces you are not painting while you are working on your staircase. You can use drop cloths, plastic film, and masking tape to protect the elements of your home such as the trim and banister rails.

Make use of ladders. You will more than likely have to elevate yourself above the stairwell in order to paint the walls a different color than the ceiling. Any piece of equipment must be secured into position.

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