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Old 07-27-2009, 12:08 PM   #1
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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.

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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.
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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.
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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.
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