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jrosenfeld

Mural Installation in Los Colinas TX

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Hello,

I'm looking for bids to install a 22’-7 ½” Wide x 8’-3” tall wall mural. Material will be an adhesive backed wall paper (Probably Korographics Material) Wall will be primed and sanded by the subcontractor. This is a high end project and there will be an a lot of eyes on it. The installer would have to bring their A game. Time frame for install would be mid October.

Message me back if you're interested and I'll get you more details.

Thanks,

Jamin

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Hi!

Did you already find an installer for this project yet? If not, we are installers here in Dallas and would love to bid this project if still available?

Just let me know!

Andrea Ward

Barnett Signs

972-681-8800

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Sure Andrea, I would like to get a price from you. You can email me directly at jrosenfeld@integratedimage.com

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