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Old 11-23-2013, 08:40 AM   #61
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4 1/2 working days = $5k. I love painting barns
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Old 11-23-2013, 09:16 AM   #62
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If this is real that's amazing , haha.
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Old 11-23-2013, 09:18 AM   #63
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4 1/2 working days = $5k. I love painting barns
Nothing wrong with painting barns , I'll take that job any day of the week! You must be doing something right. Spray or brush & roll?
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4 1/2 working days = $5k. I love painting barns
We call those pole buildings. And yeah, there's real good money in painting those.
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I priced on for a couple grand and they said it was about the same $ to do new siding.
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We call those pole buildings. And yeah, there's real good money in painting those.
Would make a awesome paint shop....
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I priced on for a couple grand and they said it was about the same $ to do new siding.
Maybe for a small garage. I covered our 22x32 garage siding/roof this summer and it was $1800 just for materials. We also fixed some rust and replaced the roof skylights on the job I showed pics of.
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