What is the Cost of Choosing Superpaint Verses Emerald for my Exterior Painting Project in Kokomo?
By Jason Finney
When a Project Consultant from Heritage Custom Painting provides you with a quote for your painting project, we like to offer different options for the client. One way we do that is by letting them choose which product works best for their needs.
Let’s use a simple example of an exterior painting project we recently completed for Matt in Kokomo. Our project consultant measured each system that needed to be painted. Logan found that the cost to paint the house was just under $4000. Matt had a few choices to make when it came to which paint he should choose.
The Superpaint would cost him around $475 for a total of $4475 and should last at least four to five years. Superpaint is the least expensive option initially and has a cost basis of $895 a year.
The Duration option costs $690 totaling $4690. This option lasts at least eight years and usually more. The cost basis for Duration is $586 a year.
The Emerald cost $920 for $4920. This option typically lasts 12 years plus. The cost basis for Emerald is $410 a year.
Matt chose the Emerald because, in the long run, it was the cheapest option. Emerald is also the best product in its class and has a lot of other benefits. See the benefits of Sherwin-Williams Emerald Paint here.
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