To find out the price per square foot of a project, divide your estimate of the total cost by the square footage of your home. Your cost estimate should include all of the expenses involved in the work, including materials, labor, and overhead. How much to charge for a professional paint job? We recommend breaking down the work in detail. Not all surfaces are created the same way and not all moldings are created the same way.
Our base price is a 10x12 room with 8-foot ceilings and a normal amount of molding. These prices include making 2 layers and include labor plus materials. This is the total price a customer would pay. Now go back to each room on your floor plan.
If the room is larger or has more details, add a little more to this base price. If it's smaller, pull it out a bit. This is a simple way to get quite close at a perfect price. Imagine that you have 2 2500 square foot houses.
One house has much more details than the other. In both cases they can use approximately the same amount of materials and paint. However, the cost of labor is based on preparation, spraying, or laminating and trimming work. Preparatory work and cutting can change the price dramatically.
The two houses, depending on the amount of preparation work and the detail work, may have significantly different prices. Ranch style house and I need to find a painter who can paint the interior, one layer, as was done 5 years ago.