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How to calculate cost of Painting House

Many Home owners call us & ask us how much it would cost to paint their homes.

Well only when Painter visits the place & takes measurements – it is possible to give more accurate quote. However if you are looking for rough quote to get an idea keep reading.

Find out carpet area of your home. Multiply this by 4. For example if your carpet area is 500 sq. ft. then 500 x 4 = 20000 sq. ft. is your number. Now find out how much does your painter charge you per sq. ft. . In Mumbai for Painters charge anywhere from Rs 26 to Rs 30 per sq. ft. as per situation. hence your cost would come out to be 27 x 2000 = Rs 54,000 . This number is on higher side.

Many Home owners ask why multiple of 4 . 4 represents 4 side of the wall. Then many home owners question, what about Windows, balcony, door etc these areas should get subtracted from the calculation. Well we have not counted your ceiling which will also get painted. Right ? Hence multiple of 4 comes out to be pretty close to the actual cost.

However any Painter would finally take measurements & then give you final BILL with exact number of work done.

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4 Comments

  1. mangomonkey 16 August 2017 at 9:44 am - Reply

    500 x 4 = 2000 and not 20000

  2. Paritosh 16 December 2017 at 9:17 pm - Reply

    Nitin if we use PVC panels for walls…what is the cost raneg or PVC panels per sq ft.
    Secondly if we use PVC panels, then can we do that without plastering. So would these panels save the cost of both plastering and paneling?

    • contractorbhai 18 December 2017 at 6:21 pm - Reply

      Mr Paritosh, I am not sure about actual application of PVC in this case. I have seen people using acrylic panels on wall ,not PVC. I am not sure what material & application you are talking about. Please talk to some expert, I think you should apply coat of primer or some chemical on brick wall before covering it with finish material directly. This is not proven option, so you will need to experiment & see how it goes. Between idea sounds interesting – save on plastering & paneling. We did one room where client wanted one wall to remain as brick wall. We did primer on it, it was left as highlighter. Such experimental ideas are risk prone. In most cases they do not last for years. Either they dont stay functional or you stop liking it.

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