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Old 08-18-2008, 07:45 PM   #1
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How much does a GC charge for Drywall


any ideas of price range? I need a wall about 6 ft by 25 ft hung and finished. i started it myself but its just too much, i had to step back and let a professional come in.

any idea of a good price? i dont want to get totally ripped off. i am in north carolina if it makes a difference

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Old 08-19-2008, 07:25 AM   #2
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How much does a GC charge for Drywall


I assume that you are asking about labor costs, since you must have the materials already.

For hanging and taping (floating/coating) and you do the sanding (it eliminates the cost of the contractor returning a second day) = I'd say, ballpark $400 to $600. Of course, that is in my region. You "may" find a price for less in your region.

Sure you can find a bozo that may have a cheaper price, but cheap and quality don't equate.

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