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Painting Walls w/ Over 20′ Ceilings

Category: Repair

Principal Author(s): Mark Whatley, Seth Harrison

Key Contributor(s): Daniel Smith, Scott Black, Cynthia Parris, Khoa Truong, Joe Argollo

AI Board Approval: 05/18/2020

Last Update: 05/18/2020

Tags: Ceiling, Drop Cloths, Fall protection, High wall, Masking, Outlet Cover, Paint, Prep, Primer, Scaffolding, Seal, Two coats

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This loss was a residential (Class 3 | Cat 2) water loss. A bathtub on the second floor of the property suffered a soft-clog fill up, and water began spilling out into the hallway and over the edge down to the first-floor entryway. The water collected in the entryway on the tile floor as a result, and a flood cut was performed in the 24’ high entryway to mitigate the associated damage.

Room Dimensions: 12’ x 12’ x 24’

This Insight Sheet exists to clarify how one might invoice for painting walls over 20’ high. This does not seek to include or make concessions for all equipment and/or activities as it relates to a loss of this nature. The Insight Sheets were designed for use outside of managed repair work, however, they can still be applied with consideration to the respective network’s guidelines.

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