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Old 01-30-2012, 08:05 PM   #1
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Does anyone know the cost for intalling drywall and insulation per square foot?

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It depends how many websites you will be hosting on that wall. My guess is about $42.

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Pricing questions never work out well here---to many variables--

Call a couple of local contractors and find out---we don't even know what country you are in--or if you need 1000 sheets or 15---first floor or on top of the John Handcock building.

Only a local guy that has looked at the job can help---I usually charge $60 a sheet--delivered--stocked--hung--taped--scrap removed in a lived in house--price includes area protection and clean up
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Pricing questions never work out well here---to many variables--
Correct. There are too many variables to consider when we price a certain job. But in general we can think of 3 key elements when we quote: First is the materials what will be needed plus the equipments that will be used. Second is the labor, it may be contractual or hourly. Then lastly how much you want the job. Just don't quote and compare it to other companies or people for that matter. Make your own standard.

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