Reminds me of my grandfather’s workshop layout. I thought that place was mag…
Reminds me of my grandfather’s workshop layout. I thought that place was magical! wood shop layout:
Well, it will all depend on the size and design of the wooden window, but you can plan to spend quite a bit of time and paint these intricate architectural objects.
Let me give you an idea, I had to paint 7 wooden windows, once and they had no architectural details to them, they were simply ordinary old wooden windows. The type of window that was installed through the 1950s and would need to be replaced or repaired in the near future.
You will find this hard to believe, but I used to paint the outside of the house, a small house, for $ 300, and a homeowner would provide me with the color. I had to buy the rest of the material, but I could paint the outside of these small homes, about a day and a half.
In addition to the wooden windows, it was a completely different story and I would not paint the wooden windows every time I painted the house. I would often move up the windows, but the time it would normally take me to paint these windows was incredible.
Keep in mind here, I could paint the whole house in 12 hours, but it would take me about the same time, just to paint the outside of those windows and and more than half of them wouldn't open, as they were previously painted closed.
If the wooden window has some kind of architectural detail, or some grids or split liters, you can plan to spend quite a bit of time and paint each window. If you have never painted a wooden window before you plan to spend at least four to six hours, for windows less than 3 & # 39; x 3 & # 39; and plan to spend at least eight to twelve hours, or more, for larger wooden windows.
If you are an entrepreneur, who should bid a job, you may want to contact a professional painter or at least get someone else to see before signing the contract.
If you are a homeowner and you hire a professional painter and they give you a ridiculous bit, now you know why.