Quick Paint Rate
Painting rates calculator software. Calculate painting rates for ceilings/bulkheads, walls, woodwork/trim, metalwork etc. For use when pricing bills of quantities or painting projects based on your own measure.Learn More
Painting and Decorating Quantity Surveyors. We measure and cost all types and sizes of commercial painting project as well as carrying out on-site re-measures and valuations.Learn More
Health & Safety Advisors
Providing health and safety advice for Painting Contractors. Help with CHAS, Constructionline, EXOR, Alcumus, SMAS etc. applications as well as Health and Safety Policies, Risk Assessment, Method Statements (RAMS) etc.Learn More
Estimating Training Courses
Providing specialist tendering and estimating training courses for Painting and Decorating Contractors: Learn how to measure and price medium to very large size painting contracts.Learn More
Digital Drawing Takeoff Software
Electronic drawing takeoff software. An Excel add-in giving you the power to takeoff your electronic drawings directly within any Microsoft Excel workbook including your own Excel spreadsheet templates.Learn More
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25th FEB 2020
For many painters, the normal method of pricing is to go and look at the project and guesstimate the number of days.
Problem is: For many painting projects, this method of pricing is not feasible or very 'risky'.
1. At the time of tendering, the new building is not built so you have to price from drawings but don't know how.
2. The Contractor may have given you a bill of quantities but you have no knowledge of &pou
4th FEB 2020
I had this question from a Quick Paint Rate user regarding calculating painting rates on an 'out of hours' basis or 'working away'.
What would you say the average extra over cost for working Out of Hours works are?
We do mainly shopfitting and contract works, therefore our costs generally remain the same i.e 7 days a week 10-12 hours per day, na
17th JAN 2020
Yesterday, I was contacted by a commercial painting contractor who was looking to use us as his company health and safety advisor. As part of this, I asked him to email over his current health and safety policy.
It looked fantastic! All the relevant sections, lots of pages and it certainly described all his H&S duties under current UK legislation.
The problem was, nowhere in the policy did it describe how his company actually satisfied these r