Many a commercial painter in Austin would know that commercial painting is much more challenging compared to painting a house. For commercial painting projects, time is of the essence and the skill needed to complete the task should be of the highest standard.

It is a given the commercial painting projects are more expensive compared to home painting projects, but professional painters know how to reduce costs without affecting the quality of the project. They do this by considering the 3 main costs of the project, namely: Area Size, Product Cost, and Labor Expenses.

Area Size

The total area of the walls that are to be painted mainly dictates the total cost of the project. For most commercial painting jobs, all the walls are painted. This can add up to a huge amount; but did you know that you can reduce the amount of wall to be painted by making use of accent walls? Accent walls are walls whose design differs from the design of other walls in the room. This means that you can still make use of a previous color but accent some parts of the exterior or interior to add to the total design of the property. It can save several square meters’ worth of paint if done with the help of a good interior designer or color technician.

Most people think that they can just roll fewer coats on the walls to save on paint, but this will greatly affect the quality of the project. When quality painting results are called for, never scrimp on paint!

Product Cost

Low-quality paint usually costs $15 per gallon. It IS cheap but is generally less economic. Cheap paint does not cover well and never lasts long, so you’ll be painting a new coat every year, making it a hassle to work with. Therefore, it is always suggested to use quality paints.

High-end paints can cost as much as $30 or $40 but are thrice as better as low-quality paints. They can last for more than 10 years and have a better finish. You will save more money in the long run, plus less the hassle.

Labor Expenses

Most amateur painters charge more for their labor expenses as they have to earn more to buy better equipment. Long-time, professional painters, on the other hand, already have the experience, skill, and equipment to give homeowners a quality paint job, so they will most likely charge less for labor expenses!

Also, be sure to hire a professional painting contractor that charges a painting project per square feet of wall compared to a per-hour painter. Per-hour painters can delay the job to earn more, whereas painters who charge per square feet give you a fixed price and work around it. This ensures you a quality paint job and a good price!

When it comes to quality painting results, The Painting Pro Guys Austin are the best guys for the job! Whether it’s for interior painting, exterior painting, commercial painting, or residential painting, our painting experts will give you the best prices at the best quality! Contact us at (512) 865-6580 for more information about our services.