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Old 11-15-2017, 05:48 PM   #1
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Painter Pricing For New Construction In NC


Hi everyone, my husband owns a painting business in Charlotte, NC and though he has done countless new constructions, he has always been a subcontractor. He has done numerous repaints of his own and he knows exactly that pricing. We received an email message request from a builder directly to give him a bid on new construction. We don't know the details yet, we will reply later to set up a time to discuss further. My husband has never bid a new construction, he has done many, but none of his own. We have the equipment and manpower for this new adventure.
My question is what is the sq ft price? Is it floor footage or wall footage?
Trims pricing, including doors, baseboards, crown moldings etc.
Any answer is welcome, but we need to know the NC marketing price. Thank you all for any contribution. God bless!
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Old 11-16-2017, 12:18 AM   #2
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