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Old 09-26-2007, 10:12 PM   #16
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2 bucks a sq. ft???

why so much in your neck of the woods?

hot market?, cost of doing business? taxes?
All of the above,
Yes, very hot market, and the drywallers are in demand.

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I just had 380 sq ft hung,mudded etc. 400 bucks,5 of them were 4 x 10 's, ceiling (3) one wall (2) rest 4 x 8 and the cutoffs on small returns.
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400 bucks for all these.. how can they survive... about a total area of approx 800 sq. ft drywall areas... so the drywall cost alone is approx 300 bucks.... then the muds....

even they survive on bread and butter alone... it is difficult...
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I just had 380 sq ft hung,mudded etc. 400 bucks,5 of them were 4 x 10 's, ceiling (3) one wall (2) rest 4 x 8 and the cutoffs on small returns.
Jackie darling.......

Does that include the materials (400 bucks)
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AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH MOST FANTABULOUS ONE No, material is not included. Am thunkin: thinkin material about 125. that should come out total price around 500 bucks. For NJ that is cheap, guy is great, super quality and quick. I do pay that C word
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In Toronto Canada the going rate for installing drywall is $2.00 square foot.
Just installing. No materials.
thats alot of money do they wear a mask when they take ur money

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