What’s the Cost of Painting Your Home?

Painter Pro specializes in the re-painting of interior and exterior, residential homes and commercial facilities.

We believe our customers want to know and should know how the cost of painting their home is calculated. We value your dollar and want to share with you, where each of those dollar amounts come from to get your final price. We share with you the exact variables and how to keep them down, and how it all adds up!

We all want to know we are making the wise choice when choosing a painter. Let these pages help you understand our prices and why Painter Pro is for you!

***For commercial services please contact us directly as pricing is specific to each project.***

Residential and Commercial Painting Cost

How Much Does Exterior Painting Cost?

The painting of your home is like purchasing a set of golf clubs or getting your hair done.

There is a range of pricing from the general set, to the high-end ultra set, to the upper echelon of the autographed (by your golf hero) set! On the other hand, if considering getting your hair “done,” this can also have many different variables and prices, too! While having many variables, we will still lay out some pricing to give you some ideas to start from.

The 3 major variables when considering the painting cost of your home or business are:

The texture of your exterior surface (i.e. brick, block, fiber-cement or Hardie Plank, Shake, Vinyl) or the roughness of your wood. This can range from the simple the typical ”knock Down” texture, to the older really rough exterior surface. When it comes to wood you have smooth wood or you can have really rough cedar that really drinks up the paint!

The height of your home or business. This ranges from 8’, 10’, 12’, 14’ and then 2nd stories and the few 3rd story homes in Central Indiana.


    • Level 1 would be complete accessibility, meaning no bushes, pipes, rails, AC units, or shutters.
    • Level 2 has mild bushes.
    • Level 3 has bushes, pipes, rails, AC units, and shutters.
    • The rare Level 4 is very difficult accessibility and that could mean uneven ground or the need for a lift to get to the hard to reach areas.

1,000 to 1,500 square feet

Smaller homes 1,000 to 1,500 square feet like these range from $1,500 to $3,300

1,500 to 2,500 square feet

1,500 to 2,000 square foot homes like these range from $2,800 to $4,600

2,500 to 3,000 square feet

2,000 to 3,000 square foot homes like these range from $3,800 to $5,600

3,000 to 5,000+ square feet

3,000 to 5,000+ square foot homes like this one range from $6,000 and up

Small Room 10 x 12
*Wall Surface350 Sq Ft$400.00
Ceiling Surface120 Sq Ft$120.00
Door and CasingPer Side$50.00
Baseboard44 Ln Ft$50.00
Medium Room 12 x 15
*Wall Surface430 Sq ft$475.00
Ceiling Surface180 Sq ft$180.00
Door and CasingPer Side$50.00
Baseboard54 Ln Ft$60.00
Large Room 15 x 20
*Wall Surface560 Sq Ft$675.00
Ceiling Surface300 Sq Ft$300.00
Door and CasingPer Side$50.00
Baseboard70 Ln Ft$75.00
Interior Painting Pricing

*All Wall Surfaces are figured for 8’ high ceilings.*

  • If you have 10’ high ceilings then add 25%.
  • If you have 12’ high ceilings then add 50%.
  • If you have 14’ high ceilings then add 75%.
    ***All prices include labor and paint***
Kitchen Cabinet Painting and Refinishing Services Greenwood IN

Cabinet Painting

  • Single Vanity with 4 Openings $100 and Up
  • Double Vanity with 8 Openings $200 and Up
  • Small Kitchen with 20-40 Openings can range from $1,500 to $2,500
  • Medium Kitchen with 40-60 Openings can range from $2,500 to $4,500
  • Large Kitchen 60-100+ Openings $4,000 and Up
    ***All prices include labor and paint***