AAPaint said:$30.99 is what I was just quoted the other day for it....see what you get when you're a new business with low volume.
Is it just me or does everyone feel like they're dealing with a car salesman when they purchase paint?
Trey,Trey said:I was quoted $25.00. I have not used this yet as most of my clients prefer satin finishes, wich clean anyway so I've been using Cashmere and Superpaint. I just bid a size commercial job and I scoped Duration Home, but don't know if I will get the job, and I think they want to beat me down on the price so I don't know if I will get to use this. Sooner or later I will run into a job where washable flat is required and I will try this product as I have only heard great things.
Much better than mine but you prabably do alot more volumne than me.premierpainting said:$25.49 per gallon. Coverage is the same as normal. We found that you need to paint the second coat "wet" or you get banding. Touch-up takes a couple of days to blend in but when it does you can't see the touched up area-- Great stuff IMO
If you have used Ben Moore- Moorglo(for semi-gloss) in my opinion, beats the heck out of Duration. I used Duration (Satin) on five different exteror jobs (trim and siding) last year and it was such a thick paint that all of my men complained about it. I painted with them and they were right about it. I think it's over-priced and not as easy to work with as Moorglo at $28 per gallon.premierpainting said:Exterior Duration is $38.49 a gallon for us- Flat or Semi- We get a great price break due to our buying in bulk quanites. We spend up to $100 k a year at our store. My BM rep is dying for me return to them, but they just don't have great products to use IMO