Zenith Home Finishes Extends Eco-Friendly Painting Service

Zenith Home Finishes Extends Eco-Friendly Painting Service

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Leading Denver painting contractor, Zenith Home Finishes, now offers eco-friendly painting services in partnership with Mix Paints & ThermoGUARD.

Centennial, United States – April 4, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

With the constant stress on “going green”, a bevy of conscious companies are taking steps towards an eco-friendly mode of service. The latest to join the green roster is leading Denver painting contractor, Zenith Home Finishes.

A major name across Colorado painting sector for more than a decade, Zenith has recently teamed up with two major players in eco-friendly painting, i.e. Mix Paints & ThermoGUARD, to offer green painting solutions to their clients.

“We believe ourselves to be a conscious company dedicated to performing our part in safeguarding the environment. Thus, we have teamed up with the two edgy portals on eco-friendly painting, ThermoGUARD & Mix paints, to provide our customers the highest quality painting solutions, with due respect to the environment,” said Zenith manager. “We are always on the lookout for innovative ways to reduce the harmful impact on Mother Earth.”

NASA developed ThermoGUARD as a kind of paint additive which creates radiant heat-barrier and creates reflecting & dissipating warmth. Classified as an eco-friendly product, ThermoGUARD is odor free, nontoxic & contains zero VOCs. Mix Paints works to recycle unused leftover paint into other premium paint products.

Zenith offers both interior & exterior home painting, offering a variety of jobs that include drywall finishing, wood replacement, murals, textures, power washing, fence & deck staining, ceiling painting, stucco painting, trim painting, wallpaper removal and faux finishes. Commercial painting services are available as well.

“With Zenith you are always assured the highest-standard workmanship, thanks to our seasoned and skilled crews. In the past 10 years, our dedicated crews have successfully completed more than 6,000 homes across Colorado,” noted a senior spokesman from Zenith.

“We always follow an individualized approach with each of our projects so that the client’s specific needs are addressed fully. We are ready to incorporate any special requests from our clients into our service scope. Being qualified EPA lead certified professionals, we will even perform a free lead test on your existing paint.”

Speaking further on their painting process, one of the Zenith crew members emphasized on comprehensive preparation assistance prior to any painting job. He spoke about power washing, scraping, caulking & priming every necessary area prior to the paint application.

“We promise you premium quality work at the most affordable rates”, said Zenith crew member.

About Zenith Home Finishes:
Zenith Home Finishes is a seasoned Denver painting contractor that offers high quality and eco-friendly home & commercial painting services at affordable rates. To know more about Zenith Home Finishes, visit http://zenithhomepainting.com/

For more information about us, please visit http://www.zenithhomepainting.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Connie Johnson
Email: zenith.hendrix@gmail.com
Address: 6950 S Tucson Way, Centennial, Colorado, United States, 80112
Phone: 720-855-7019
Organization: Zenith Home Painting

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