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Old 07-09-2013, 04:29 PM
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I just picked up a nice 3br, 2ba home from the foreclosure market.

As is to be expected in this type transaction, it is in need of some repair. There is nothing major structural, etc...just a good cleaning, paint, and carpet.

Been looking at airless spray systems and wonder what your thoughts are on the Graco LS15, LS17, or LS19.

I have lots of experience with air type spray systems but none with airless.

They are not that expensive. I will have no use for it after this job. Should I buy one or just rent one from an equipment rental?

Any help or suggestion is appreciated.

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Don't tie your money up. RENT.

I was a house painter for 5 years........thought I would NEVER get that house done.
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I rehabbed a couple houses, always rented a sprayer from Sherwin Williams. Very cost effective if you're not gonna do it for a living.
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Don't tie your money up. RENT.

I was a house painter for 5 years........thought I would NEVER get that house done.
I had the same experience growing up. On the up side, Dad never asked me to paint the house again.
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