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freight dog 07-27-2009 12:08 PM

Drywall stocking
 
How much extra do the drywall suppliers charge for stocking on the job site?

I am looking at hanging most of the drywall myself, and it seems that the supply store that delivers the sheets up the steps to the 2nd floor would be a great help.

Ron6519 07-27-2009 12:23 PM

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Originally Posted by freight dog (Post 307324)
How much extra do the drywall suppliers charge for stocking on the job site?

I am looking at hanging most of the drywall myself, and it seems that the supply store that delivers the sheets up the steps to the 2nd floor would be a great help.

Best way to get an accurate price is to ask the guys delivering it.
Ron

Termite 07-27-2009 01:29 PM

My back hurts just from imagining myself stocking drywall. And I'm 34 years old, 6'-7", 295 pounds!!! There are probably worse jobs out there than stocking homes with rock but I can't think of what they are.

Just call the supplier and ask them. That's the only way you'll get an accurate answer anyway. In new homes they usually have a drywall window that will come out so they can stock the upper levels. If you don't have one you need to make that clear to them.

Wildie 07-27-2009 06:28 PM

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Originally Posted by thekctermite (Post 307359)
My back hurts just from imagining myself stocking drywall. And I'm 34 years old, 6'-7", 295 pounds!!! There are probably worse jobs out there than stocking homes with rock but I can't think of what they are.

Just call the supplier and ask them. That's the only way you'll get an accurate answer anyway. In new homes they usually have a drywall window that will come out so they can stock the upper levels. If you don't have one you need to make that clear to them.

Did you take up inspecting after you retired from the 'Chiefs' ?:laughing:


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