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Is painting boors part of a interior paint job

When painting a room is painting doors part of the job .

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If the husband stands in front of the spray gun they will probably paint him at no extra cost - oh, in the detail of the question I see you mean DOORS, not BOORS.


Only if specified in the scope of work - you need to define in the contract the extent of surface prep (dents, holes, etc and cleaning), what surfaces are being done and paint types and colors and finish (flat, satin, gloss, etc) for each surface, what surfaces are being primed and/or double coated, whether trim and/or doors are being done and finish, etc. Also who is moving necessary furniture and such to expose all the surfaces.


For a normal no-detail paint job like your typical apartment moveout repaint you are talking a mask and paint "blow and go" spray job, usually includes only walls - no ceilings, no trim or doors. And certainly not floors - that is usually (except if specified to be painted with a normal concrete floor paint) a specialty Flooring or Epoxy/Polyaspartic or such contractor.

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