I just had an 11 x 19 room completely drywalled in Texas. It was bare
studs when they came in, and completely finished and textured when they
left. They did all four walls plus the ceiling. There were windows in
all four walls, plus the door, plus electrical outlets in every wall,
and an attic entry in the ceiling. Just under 700 square feet total.
Total cost $1575.
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Am I coming to hang 2 sheets or 200?
Am I hanging your rock or am I providing it?
Am I hanging 8' rock or 16'?
Is this 1/2" or 5/8 firecode?
Am I financing the purchase and what is the cash flow?
Is it stocked or am I carrying up or down stairs?
Wood or metal?
Is it all 8' work?
Cathedral ceilings? Stairwells?
New construction on open studs? Whose framing?
Burnout or remodel?
Am I taping or does someone else have to deal with it?
Keep the whole world singing . . . .
What ever you do, ALWAYS, ALWAYS put in insulation when you put up
drywall, even if it's interior wall (for noise reduction).
You will not believe how much trouble I need to go through to insulate
my exterior walls. Just do it. Even if it's the garage wall.
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