How Much Does House Painting Cost?
It’s the first question that comes to mind. How much does it cost to paint a house? We’ve done the research, so you don’t have to. There are many of variables to keep in mind, such as the quality of the products used, down to what it is being painted. We’ve broken down some of the variables so that you can have a better understanding of how much certain things cost.
The information below are averages and price ranges gathered from websites such as HomeAdvisor, Homewyse, Homeguide, and several other credible sites.
$1 – $3.00 per square foot.
Variables include wall height, occupancy of the dwelling, accessibility, number of colors, type of products used, and condition of the walls.
$0.90 – $4.12 per square foot.
Factors of pricing may include ceiling height, texture, occupancy of the dwelling, accessibility, number of colors, type of products used, and the condition the ceiling is in.
$1.80 – $3.92 per linear foot.
The biggest effect on price is location. Whether it’s baseboards, crown molding, and whether or not walls or other areas will be painted. But of course, products used, and trim condition play a significant factor.
$85.30 – $326.78 per door.
If you’re having your doors painted think about the door casing as well. Some painting companies don’t include the door frame when estimating the cost of a door. The biggest factor is the condition and whether its and exterior or interior door.
$90.00 – $160 per door/drawer.
The prices and averages we found across internet varied so greatly that we could not identify a reasonable average or price range. However, as many painting companies do, we charge by either linear footage of number of door/drawer faces.
$1.10 – $5.00 per square foot.
This price is greatly affected by condition of the siding. Along with accessibility, and height.
$1.78 – $4.90 per square foot. Factors include fence height condition and products used.
Decks & Patios
$1.90 – $5.87 per square foot. Traffic and weather play a significant factor on the wear and tear of a deck or patio. So the condition will play the biggest factor in its pricing.