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Old 01-29-2013, 10:40 PM   #1
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whats the going rate to hang drywall on a hugh apt. complex.its all a remodel,the roofs have been leaking 4 quite sometime,it stinks, about knocks you over,first of all what would i charge 4 demo,they supply dumpster,second going rate 4 hanging dry wall,rate 4 insulation,rate 4 finishing,@ the rate 4 texturing,basically all i want to know is the going rate 4 each item i have listed,any response would be greatly appreciated,thanks, P.S. OR ANY GOOD TIPS,just trying to start my own business

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Old 01-29-2013, 11:33 PM   #2
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Asking for any kind of prices on this site will not end well for you.
It's a DIY site, not price my job for me. Even someone tossing out a "ball park" would do you 0 good.
No one's seen the job, or even knows where you live because you left off your location in your profile.
Make some local calls to some sheetrock guys and find out a real price.

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Old 01-30-2013, 07:39 AM   #3
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Maybe 4 dollars 4 an hour 4 anything listed....... and your buddy Hugh can get a cut too.....
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Old 01-30-2013, 07:55 AM   #4
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Little more to runing a business then just know what it cost to hang sheetrock.
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you're starting your own business and you come to an online forum to ask what subs are charging.....first, where are you located. second if you need a serious conversationalist willing to offer you advise...it's not here. Send me a friends request @ https://www.facebook.com/drywall.Asheville?ref=tn_tnmn and I'll walk you through what you need to know....not here. There's too many opinions. good luck
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If this is your first rodeo then you might want to start out with something smaller, this is a DIY forum, not a place to get prices for your subs, plus as was mentioned...where do you live?
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whats the going rate to hang drywall on a hugh apt. complex.its all a remodel,the roofs have been leaking 4 quite sometime,it stinks, about knocks you over,first of all what would i charge 4 demo,they supply dumpster,second going rate 4 hanging dry wall,rate 4 insulation,rate 4 finishing,@ the rate 4 texturing,basically all i want to know is the going rate 4 each item i have listed,any response would be greatly appreciated,thanks, P.S. OR ANY GOOD TIPS,just trying to start my own business
300 dollars per hour plus 25 cents per screw. and all travel and meals paid for the crew by you. sounds good to me! Call local contractors in your area and have them give you a bid. other wise you will get a wise crack remark like I made.

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