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Paint Benefits

Situated in the Helderberg area, Paint Benefits is a firmly established painting company that operates on an ethos that promises the best quality, at the lowest cost, in the shortest time period.

With our motto, More than just a coat of paint, we strive to bring a customer experience, that not only includes the best and friendliest service, but also a standard that lasts a lifetime.

Paint Benefits can talk you through the look you want to create in your home or building and provide helpful painting ideas on getting the most of your choice of colors and textures.


In choosing Paint Benefits as your paint contractor, you will:

  • Meet the people, in person, who is going to transform the vision for your home or building into a reality;

  • Get a Project Proposal that reflect calculations for material, labor and cost for the project;

  • Get clear guidelines regarding the access to your premises, working hours and supervision offered;

  • Get information on the preparation of surfaces, technical data of the materials used and painting techniques;

  • Experience expert and friendly service

We provide the following


Our expertise mainly focusses on Interior, Exterior and Wood finishes. We offer the following services:


All projects are done, complete with primer, undercoat, crack-repairs and two coats of paint of your choice. Professional guidance will be given in choosing the right paint to suit your personal taste. With the focus on a neat finish and a long, lasting quality, you are assured of a final product that is not only easy on the eye, but also rich in durability.


Allow us to renew a damaged surface or paint a newly constructed surface. This includes: Pressure wash (depending on water availability), crack repairs, waterproofing, primer and two coats of paint for a finish that lasts longer than a typical surface.


Depending on the surface and condition of the wood, we cater for all wood-orientated needs. This includes, paint stripping, sanding, and coating to fight against a predominantly “coastal” environment.


Fine feathers don’t make fine birds” is a well-known quote by Aesop the legendary Greek fabulist.

Not so when you look at the distinguishable cobalt blue feathers of the African Breasted Roller or Troupant, considered one of the most beautiful birds in nature.

The Breasted Roller is known as the bird of peace and reconciliation and the bird of the sun and its coloured feathers are used to decorate many things – from wedding rings by the Venda people to the international fashion trade.

There’s a whole science behind picking colours because colour can evoke emotion, capture attention and send a message. A colour scheme (or colour palette) refers to the group of colours the paint contractor uses in painting any building.
First a main colour is chosen and then other colours according to how they look together and the feeling they evoke, are added.

When dealing with colour you’re likely to encounter the following terms:

  • Hue is a term for pure colour before it’s had any white or black mixed with it. Pure colour mixed with white is called a tint (produces a lighter colour), while mixed with black is called a shade (it produces a darker colour).

  • Saturation describes a colour’s vibrancy. A highly saturated hue has a vivid, intense colour while a less saturated hue looks dull and grey.

  • Brightness determines the light or dark appearance of colours. Think of brightness as the amount of light shining on an object, ranging from white (100 percent) to black (0 percent).


Colour wheel

The simplest way to pick colours is to use a colour wheel - a circular diagram of colours arranged by their relationships with one another.

A colour wheel is based on the three primary colours from which all other colours spring,
Yellow , Blue and Red.

By mixing equal amounts of the primary colours, you get a second set of colours called secondary colours. Mixing equal parts of the secondary colours gives you a third set of colours called tertiary colours. Together, these colours comprise the colour wheels.

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