Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: Here it just depends on the age of the existing paint. Older paint will absorb more paint. Rougher surfaces will also require more paint compared to a smooth surface. 
Brian Winget Painting 
Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: Paint coverage can vary widely depending on what type of surface it is being applied on. 
jdspaintingllc 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: If you cover more then that it's to thin 
Planet perfect painting maintenance and repair 

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Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: It depends on the brand of paint and if a primer was used 
T&K Remodelers 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Typical 400 gallons rule of thumb take 50 of but always read the can and so the math 
Jefferson painting 
Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: This also depends on the amount applied to the wall and if a painter is back rolling the wall. A process in which a painter during painting the wall rolls back over the existing paint previously painted. hence called back rolling 
Price is Right Painting and Remodeling 

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Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: One gallon of paint should cover up to 400 square foot depending on thickness applied 
efficiency resolutions 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: The coverage depends on the wall condition. Unsealed sheetrock will differ from brick, so consult the manufacturer's coverage when calculating how much paint is needed. 
Freedom Capital Group Renovation & Repairs 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: But this varies on the type of paint you buy. 
McWhorter Painting Contractors 

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Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Manufacturers typically say that one gallon of paint covers 250 to 400 square feet 
JM Painting Services LLC 
Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: Most paints actually say they cover about 350 sq. feet but I like to say 300 sq.feet because I apply it more generously than most contractors. I also always cut in everything twice no exceptions and roll one coat. Then after the walls are dry I determine if a second coat is needed to be rolled and if so I will absolutley appy another coat to ensure full coverage of the areas. 
Paint Works of Texas 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: It depends on paint 
RJB Painting & Handyman Service 

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Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: The average can of paint is typically 300400 square feet per Gallon. 
Shambaugh Painting 
Answer: 100200 square feet Explanation: That is what the spread rate is on most. However stains and paints are different 
Laurie’s Painting 
Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: not this much if there is new drywall texture. 
Misija construction 

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Answer: 100200 square feet Explanation: 200 square feets between ceiling and walls 
Ben's painters 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: 300400sf typically . Expect less if Spraying. 
Pixley's Painting Pressurewashing Plus 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Depending on the tools for application and the one operating the system. Just because a can tells you it will cover so many square ft. Does not mean it will cover the surface well or the profeprofessional applying the coat will apply according to the application instructions and all paints and brands differ depending on the base and quality of paint. A lot of factors come into play when dealing with paint it's not like other materials like wood and vinyl. There are also additives that will give the paint a smooth and even better bond to get the most performance out of your paint. To answer the question directly all paints and brands vary it's best to read the back of the can you want to purchase. 
Henson Coatings and Construction 

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Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Most paint dealers will tell you that one gallon can cover up to 550 square feet. I find that difficult to achieve unless you are dry rolling the walls. I prefer to lay down a good first coat so there is optimal coverage and blending. 
Patric's custom painting 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: One gallon can of paint will cover up to 400 square feet, which is enough to cover a small room like a bathroom. 
Certified Painting Professionals 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: It also depends on quality of paint used. 
popes painting 

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Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Listed right on,every can 
Bogue Art Studios 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Depends on the color you are covering and the new color you are using. 
BK Design Associates 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: 350 square feet per gallon is the industry average. 
Arcadian Handyman 

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Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Depends on Manufacturer and product 
Coatings by Chris 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Very realistic 
Scott's Painting 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: You can expect 1 gallon of paint to cover about 350 square feet. 
Colorado Concrete 

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Answer: 100200 square feet Explanation: Depending on the texture and if the wall has flat paint 
TJT Solutions 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: The cans say 450 sqf per gallon but typically you get about 400 per can and 425 per 5gl buckets. 
Complete Home Painting, LLC 
Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: This is different for every paint. Higher quality paints cover better, allowing the use of less paint. A cheap paint will not go as far. Also extreme color changes and the use of a tinted primer will impact how far your gallon goes. 
Amber Reese Painting 

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Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: Depending on the texture of the surface it could be more or less. 
Johnnyfin Paints 
Answer: 100200 square feet Explanation: Typically one gallon of paint will cover 100200 square feet. Depending mostly on the quality of the paint. 
Cantu's Painting Service 
Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: They say 200300 but we all know that goes. 
A&B Painting 

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Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Some paints vary, always check the side of the can of the paint you purchase. 
DelFavero Decorating Service LLC 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: On the average, surface quality and type will vary the amount of square footage a gallon will cover. 
Pro Painting & Design 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Of course that's an average. 
Painter's Touch 

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Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Typically 1gallon of the typical Latex paints we see in stores today can cover 400 square feet per gallon, depending on what you are painting could be a lot less. Unprimed wood or drywall will soak you paint up like a sponge. Also, some paints are much thicker and require to be applied in thicker coats. a blockfiller or a drylock paint for foundation walls can range between 50150 square feet per gallon. 
Vitris Painting Service 
Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: It will depend on the substrate, quality of paint and application. 
Pro Brush Painting 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Depends on the brand of paint and if its being brushed, sprayed or rolled. 
East coast agencies llc 

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Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: This only holds true if the surface is smooth. That ratio gets cut in half when factors like the surface of bricks, stucco, and untreated wood are added. 
Finer Finish 
Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: It varies on a few details but i have reshearched it in the past and then tested it my self 
CPL painting and repair service 
Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: Due to product. 
Decorative Painting 

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Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Always check the paint to be sure. If you're painting a porous surface, you will get less coverage. 
Village Design 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Although the answer to this question depends on the type of surface being painted, typically the can will usually say 350 Sq ft per gal. I find it to be more like 200 Sq ft per gal. Again it depends on the product being used and the surface that is to be painted 
Bushco Contracting 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: If applied correctly. 
Stan's Painting Service 

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Answer: 100200 square feet Explanation: The paints I use are $40  $68 a gallon very thick. The cheaper paints can cover 300400 depending on the surface porosity. 
Seamingly Straight Inc 
Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: This also depends on the type of paint and material being painted. 
3HandyLanes Services LLC 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Most interior paints 
Ben's Handyman Inc Home Improvement Contractor 

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Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Most latex paints cover between 80100sqft per quart or 320400per gallon. 
Vivid Painting 
Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: Just basic hands on experience. 
ArtsWorks 
Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: depense on substrate 
Artios Painting 309 788 9432 

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Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Exterior paint should be applied thick and consistent. 
Pro Color Painting 
Answer: 100200 square feet Explanation: We use Sherwin Williams paints....Many of the painters out here water down their paint. This process allows them to get many more sq. ft. from a gallon of paint. 
Seamingly Straight Inc 
Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: The type and quality of surface being covered determines the coverage. Also paint quality is a factor. 
Majestic Painting 

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Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: 200 and 400 for normal walls depends on texture and some other factors 
WeatherproofRoofing Siding and Decks 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Per manufacturer. 
Temple Painting 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: It all depends on the quality of paint and the texture of the surface to be painted. In most cases a gallon of paint says it covers between 300400 sq ft.; however roller thickness and size also plays a factor. A 1 1/4 in. knap 18in. roller is going to soak up about the first 15% of gallon as a oppose to a 1/4 in 9in roller. Semi gloss and eggshell also go futher than flat. 
Wark Painting LLC. 

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Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: All paints are different. 
Aesthetic House Painting 
Answer: 100200 square feet Explanation: In my experience you always have to apply Two coats For trueness of color! 
colorful homes inc. 
Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: Varies with different brands of paint. 
Superior Paint & Remodeling 

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Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: It depends on the quality of the paint and how skilled you are when painting. We are very good at what we do! 
affordable painting contractors 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: usually from 250400 sq feet 
Suffolk Painting 
Answer: 400500 square feet Explanation: Most of the interior residential SherwinWilliams products we use state the paint will cover about 450 square feet. 
Marquez Painting 

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Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: i believe the actual number on the can will say 350 but we like to get 250 to 300 this means that try to put a thicker coat on especially on the first coat to hide any previous colors 
AMS Home Improvements LLC 
Answer: 200300 square feet Explanation: Will depend on the surface 
John NESLER Painting 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Up to 400 square feet. 
At Home with ...Cassandra 

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Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Most paints will be between 300 and 400 square feet . 
Hanes Painting 
Answer: 400500 square feet Explanation: Every brand is different. 
The Bangor Painter & Handyman 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: If you are applying properly. 
1st Coast Painting & more Inc 

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Answer: 400500 square feet Explanation: Goes far if rolled out properly. 
Charlie's Painting llc 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Depends on the surface. My answer is based on a smooth primed surface. 
Arundel Custom Painting LLC 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: The porosity of the surface being painted is dependant on that. 
Finch Painting & WallCoverings 

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Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Depends on the paint 
wileys wallcovering 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: This is a tough question only because it doesn't state which color which base or what type of material your paintiing you have to take in consideration all of them factors 
E & M PAINTING 
Answer: 300400 square feet Explanation: Depending on texture and wall condition. 
2 Nice Guys, INC 

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