The Basics, Process, and Best Practices in Painting Estimates
The Basics, Process, and Best Practices in Painting Estimates

The Basics, Process, and Best Practices in Painting Estimates

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Many painting contractors in the construction industry are highly concerned about estimating, and rightly so. You don’t want to overcharge your clients and assess the paint job excessively, but you also don’t wish to underestimate the job and not generate any money, or even worse, lose money.

Construction painting jobs come in varying shapes and sizes. The same goes for your painting estimates; they can change in style depending on the project’s demands. A well written and coherent estimate can help you win the job and help the client clearly understand its role in the undertaking. Like in any aspect concerned in managing construction, it is worth remembering that an estimate, in any trade, is not a favor. They only serve as a tool to help you with a painting job and clearly communicate project goals with the client. 

In this blog, we’ll discuss everything you need to know about painting estimates to help you improve your quoting processes and streamline your construction operations.

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