So, height should get from the ceiling layout drawings or

other details in the specifications or other design documents.

Sometimes the architect can be helpful and

it can even be on the actual partition drawing itself.

So here, the height is 12 linear foot.

Now we're doing both sides, so

you can see here in the calculations it's 96 linear feet by 12.

Linear foot high, by 2.

Gives us a calculation of 2,304 square foot.

It's that simple.

Then we've got a partition that is going to be painted to just one side,

so it's just one side again.

Again we've done the linear length, it's 37 linear foot

by the height of 12 linear foot equals 444 square foot.

So your total quantity for this particular take off for

painting is now 2,748 square feet, it's that simple.

So other common types of wall finishes can be fabric wrapped panels, wall tiles,

pantry backsplashes, all part of internal partitions.