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These templates are available in Google Docs, MS Word, MS Excel, and PDF file format. Thus, you can easily create an estimate even without any internet.
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Estimating a painting job is mostly done by the area to cover. Know your unit price for materials and labor, and multiply that with the total area to be painted. This is how you get an estimate for a paint job in general. You can use customize professional estimating software to estimate.
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Every painting estimate template must have the following elements columns.
Yes! You can. These free painting estimate templates are 100% editable. You can customize these templates and personalize them for your brand.
Measure the height and width of the wall you need to paint, multiply both and it will give you the wall area you need to paint. Multiply it with the number of coats you need to apply. This is the total area you need to estimate for painting materials.
i.e. Width X Height = wall area.
Wall area X number coats = Total area.
Now to estimate the painting materials,
Divide the total area with the area one unit (100ml/1liter) of paint can cover. This gives you the number of units you need to use to paint the total estimated area.
i.e . Total area / area one unit (100ml/1liter) of paint can cover = Total units of paint required
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