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A wrong paint color scheme, on the other hand, can really cheapen and distract from your very expensive kitchen, date your brand new flooring, or make even the most elaborate Victorian exterior look boring, bland and blah.
Change the scenery: When you’re tired of the way a room looks, a new coat of paint is a much easier—and cheaper—way to change up a room than completely redecorating. If you’re bored of the appearance of your kitchen, bedroom or exterior, change it up by trying a new color.
So, why is it that virtually all exterior painting jobs seem to be done only in one season? Hint- It is because no one wants to feel cold outside!
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Given that an average worker can prepare approximately 50 square feet of wall surface and paint about 150 feet per hour, preparing and painting 2,000 square feet will take around 54 hours. If you multiply 54 hours by $40, which is the average cost per hour for house painting or staining in Florida, it will cost you $2,160 to paint 2,000 square feet of wall surface. Now, if you factor in the cost of the primer and paint, a fair painting estimate should range somewhere between $2,500 and $3,000, with one coat of primer and paint. For more detailed information about estimating the cost of a painting project, you can check our previous post, “Estimate Exterior Commercial Painting.”
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Inexperienced contractors using standard business forms purchased at office supply stores could suggest they haven’t invested much in their business, and may not be properly licensed. Also, they may not be paying income taxes, a risk you don’t want to take when hiring a painting contractor. There’s a reason professionalism is important, even when it comes to painters.
When deciding whether to spray or brush, there are a few factors to take into account. If your project is small, it may be easier to have your house hand brushed. For a small house, if you pick spraying, you may end up spending more money on the preparation and clean up rather than painting. If you have a tight timeline, spraying may be the better option because it is faster than traditional brushing and requires a lot less time.
Just tell you that they are insured, hoping you won’t pursue it further.Try to pass off their auto or health insurance as being “insured.”Changing the dates on an expired policy (contractor policies are for one-year terms)
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Next, find the square footage of the surface to be painted by first measuring each wall in a room across. Now you can multiply the length of the surface by the height of the wall.