Look at the plans and try to imagine the room size and layout. (it is right there) You are going to have to figure out the square footage, if for nothing else to compute how much paint you need.This is the thread I need to be on. We own a small painting company, and we have been invited to bid on a commercial job. We have done commercial jobs before but not with blue prints. They seem simple enough, however, the job is not complete of course, and since we're not the best at reading blueprints, we're kind of lost on what to charge. It's hard to charge for something you can't see because it's not done. I'm at a loss, I left messages for some construction estimators just for the painting portion, but I'm not sure they can help me.
We use an older, mechanical version for commercial take offs and it works fine.Very interresting, is it accurate?
Thanks, would be Nice to keep in the car when the GC wants to add stuff you can give a quick quote.Gough said:We use an older, mechanical version for commercial take offs and it works fine.
The newer version seems to have good reviews.