Painting Contractors $100.00
Interior & Exterior House Painting
Professional House Painter
Fresh paint can take a room from looking dreary and out-of-date to a sense of sparkling newness for a relatively low price compared to other remodeling projects.
You buy the paint $100.00 per room 16x16 and under two coats
Plus primer $ 20.00
Interior stranded 36" doors $20.00 each front and back same color
Ceiling painted $ 40.00
Interior paint itself costs anywhere from $12-$50 or more a gallon, depending on the quality. Painting a 12x12-foot room, both walls and ceiling, can require $25-$100 worth of paint, plus $10-$50 for primer, brushes, rollers, drop clothes and other supplies. For a 1,500-square-foot home, supplies run $200-$300 for average paint, and $400-$600 for higher quality.
Expect to pay $200-$400 to have a 12x12-foot room painted by a licensed contractor with brand-name paints; a 15x20-foot room or larger runs $300-$700 or more; and a 1,200-1,500 square foot home is $1,100-$2,000 or more. Having the ceiling painted bumps the cost to the high end of the scale.
Now that you see the facts. Buy having Professional House Painter do the job for you dont need to have brushes, rollers, drop clothes and other supplies. We are very reliable and do a great job. We are very safe a clean. We know the products and we know quality.
Don't Put It Off Any Longer
Take a few minutes, walk around your home. When was the last time your home received the attention it deserved? Our goal is to serve all of your house painting needs with only the highest level of professionalism. We are House Painters "That Care", and a Painting Contractor with "Integrity" that delivers on our promise of 100% customer satisfaction.
What should be included:
Whether doing it yourself or hiring someone, buy the best quality paint you can afford; it lasts longer and in some situations requires only one coat of paint instead of two. Painting a room usually involves prep work, primer and latex or alkyd paints with a range of finishes.
A painting contractor's estimate usually includes all prep work (including taping and moving small items, primer and two or more coats of paint.
Cheap paint roller covers leave fuzz on the wall while inexpensive brushes leave streaky marks; pay a few extra cents or dollars to get better results.
It takes more coats of paint and costs more to cover a dark color with a light one, or vice versa.
Removing heavy furniture is often not included in painters' estimates; if you can't do it yourself or hire someone, ask if there will be an extra charge.
Having to paint crown molding, baseboards, wainscoting or other detailed can add to a contractor's estimated price, as can walls taller than the average of 8 feet. The exact extra expense will varies depending on the amount of extra labor required.
If a painter is setting up to do a single room in a home, additional rooms may cost less than the first--it's possible to save money overall by painting everything at once.
Painters' quotes can be lower in winter, early spring or late fall--the off-season--than in peak summer months when there's lot of work available. Ask if there's a discount if the project is done on a fill-in basis, in-between other projects.
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