Family Owned Operated. Last year we had the opportunity to do work for some of our repeat customers as well as some new ones. It was a very busy year, the weather played tricks on us, and the storms have thrown us off the schedule. Most customers that we did not get to were understanding and we’ll be taking care of them this year. We also had some last minute calls that we were not able to get to. It is very rare that we can accommodate a last minute project, thus I urge everyone who needs a... House Painting Broomfield CO
It is the most common mistake to ignore the overhead costs associated with a paint job. Usually we are estimating it on the basis of costs directly traceable to a job, while we fail to recognize the fact that there are other costs to be allocated proportionately. These typically include “fixed costs” of the shop rent and shipping etc. We should also consider the “out-of-pocket expenses” that might be accrued on a daily basis for example gas or other costs solely expended for the sake of a particular job. Once an estimate is made it is never a bad idea to compare it with vendors in your area so as to get a clearer picture of the situation. In bids it should be kept in mid that if a contractor is pricing high he might be confident as to the quality of his work. While a contractor should not go beyond the market pricing unless he has some solid reason to do so.
Hi Michael, having your own business is where most of the money is made, so we couldn’t agree more. We have many free resources/articles on this site that help you with sales, estimating and closing paint jobs for yourself. Hopefully you find them helpful. We do get customers we can refer to you in Cincinnati as well, so I’ll have one of our team members reach out to you, thanks Michael
I have a wire fence with wood posts every four feet. A guy I know painted it. It took 4 gallons of stain but he can’t figure what to charge. I want to be fair, so any clue to a fair price? if I provided all materials stain and equipment and he did pressure wash the fence to prep it after 3 days he was half done, so on Sunday I was off work and painted the other half in 6 hrs using half of the 4 gallons. House Painting Broomfield CO
Exterior paint jobs depend on the house’s square footage, though the number of stories and other variables will affect the price. The cost is typically between $1 to $1.80 per square foot. A a 1,500 square foot house would cost the customer $1,500 to $2,500 and a 3,000 square foot house would cost the customer $3,500 to $4,500, according to Painting Leads. Broomfield Home Painting
Hi Dan, your pricing is definitely going to be on the high end of our pricing tables. Trimming tudor-style jobs can take a long time, especially if you’re cutting in near the body color (painting 3 sides of the trim instead of just the front). The color change is going to increase time even more because you might have to go over the trim a couple times by hand just to cover. I would bid high on this job. House Painting Broomfield Colorado