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Old 02-14-2011, 09:19 AM   #1
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Good morning: This is my first attempt at this and I need advice. I normally do residential work but am going to bid on a ballroom. It is 80 x 80 with 14' high walls and an additional height of 13' in a skylight in the middle of the room. We are going to spray the textured ceiling but must roll the side walls due to all the architectural detail. Am looking for pricing on the side walls...cutting in, roll two coats of satin latex. I will have all the repairs completed but need a square footage figure to plug in for the labor on those side walls. There is a fair amount of cutting in around columns and detail. Thank you. Armethamar
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