Below is a simple guideline we use for pricing interior
residential home painting.
prices are not final as every job is different. These
prices are for reference purposes only and are to be
used as a guide for you to to figure out roughly the
cost of your painting project.
understand that every single painting job is different.
For example...A 20 x 20 (400 sq.ft.) empty
room is much easier to paint than a 10 x 10 (100 sq.ft)
room fully furnished. Although at first it would seem
to make sense that the larger room would cost more to
paint simply based on size being relative to cost but
in a situation like this, quite the opposite would be
Consider that the smaller room is not only furnished
so it will require moving furniture around, but also
covering of the furniture will be necessary to protect
from paint drips and splatter etc. Also the smaller
room is alot more crowded making it quite difficult
to move around in and paint in therefore taking much
longer and more man hours to paint then the larger empty
room even though the larger room is 4 times the size.
please feel free to use the pricing guidelines below
but please understand that these prices are not final.
$200-$300 per room.
$100 per room.
• smaller baths/pwdr. rooms $25 - $50.
$100-$150 per room.
• includes doorway frames and windows frames.
French doors - $60 per side per door.
Walls > 2 coats interior latex (customers' choice
• Ceilings > 2 coats interior latex flat
white ceiling paint.
• Trim > 1 coat interior latex white semi-gloss.
• Minimal prep involved.
• Wall height not to exceed 8ft.
• Room size not to exceed 200 sq.ft.
Extra charges apply if more than two coats or priming
$15 per sq.ft. plus materials.