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Old 09-29-2011, 08:03 PM   #1
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i have a 7000 sqft custom, high end house a builder wants me to paint, what is the average material cost on something like that? I am guessing about $10,000. am i close? I dont usually do the whole project, but they want me to step up. any input?
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15% should put it in the ballpark. Dial from there based on substrates.



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thanks, that helps ease my mind a bit
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I have a truck. It's black. It cost $35,000. How long can I expect the tires to last?
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I would say 12-15% unless you are paying shelf price.
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LMAO, black trucks eat tires up...shoulda gone with white!
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I have a truck. It's black. It cost $35,000. How long can I expect the tires to last?
about 1/3 cent per mile city and highway average

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fire up the hydra pro I'm painting the ford
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I would say 12-15% unless you are paying shelf price.
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