New work?CurbAppeal NC said:I need some info on the procedures of spraying interiors. what to spray first, what to tape up ect. Or if you could lead me in the right direction for some info I would be greatful. I have a graco 190es.
CurbAppeal NC:CurbAppeal NC said:these are all rental houses and apt.s. What is the most cost effective way to cover all the carpet? Is it true to not have the heatpump/ac running for safetyu reasons? Do you tape the trim, spray wall, then paint trim or do you paint trim, tape trim, then spray wall. soory for all the Q's.
I would think it would be more effcient to just cut and roll. Before I could get the entire apt. wrapped I could have had the job doneRich said:I recently purchased a sprayer and did my first job with it. It was a 1200sq.ft. condo. The unit was empty. The way I did it was as follows
1) Trim and Doors with semi gloss
2) Taped off trim and doors
3) Walls with satin
4) Taped off walls , draped plastic to the floor
5) Ceilings flat
Was this the best procedure ? Comments ?
donb1959 said:I would think it would be more effcient to just cut and roll. Before I could get the entire apt. wrapped I could have had the job done
Yeah you're right if I needed to paint 3-5 apartments I would set up the sprayer. What you're talking about doesn't include any trim, windows, doors or prep work. I can paint a 600 sq foot apartment for around $150 but I'm not even going to wash the walls first. Just get in there throw a tarp down and spray.Al Truistic said:I have been doing this for years, and expect my painters to be able to paint 3 a day. My lead crew, a husband and wife team routinely paint 5 a day.