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Calculate the area of the walls - Take the height times the length of each individual wall in the room.

Wall Area 8 feet high x 14 feet long = 112 square feet.

Materials: screws & nails, bedding mud, $10,00 to $12.00 per 4 1/2 gallon pail will cover approximately 500 sq ft of joints and corner beads.

Approx. $2.70 for pre-taped inside and $3.50 for pre-taped outside 8’ corner beads, costing $1.50 for straight metal corners.

Walls 8’ in height can take 4 by 8’sheets at about $5.90 sheet but with ceilings 9’ can receive 54” by 12’ sheets for fewer seams at about $10.90 per sheet but the 54” for practical purposes is a drywall outlet item.


Delivery: Costs start at around $50 for delivery from a competitive drywall outlet for roughly anything under 100 sheets depending on the individual business (while dealing with the drywall distributor may offer not only a fuller range of sheet sizes but other benefits, in the areas of know-how, selections of beading and specialized/automated application devices).

The bathroom and other moisture prone areas - moisture resistant green-board or purple-board, depending on the manufacturer.


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Upper floor delivery the price - $120 dollars.
While handling though stairwells is around the $1.25 to $1.75 range.

Installation: Hanging drywall costs rely on figures like target application, total area and room size, drywall type, thickness and dimensions. The price can go from $1.50 per sq foot with a liberal give or take.

But expect to pay a rate bump for specialized areas like curved walls and areas that have many breaks or odd configurations and cutouts.

Typical costs: Patch kits to repair small holes in existing drywall are $2 -$20; the more expensive kits contain materials to patch several holes or up to four feet of cracks. Simple repairs can also be made using joint compound ($3 -$15), a drywall hand saw ($5 -$16) and average household tools such as a hammer, drill and utility knife. Better Homes & Gardens gives directions for patching small holes up a few inches wide and larger holes up to eight inches across. Drywall materials (drywall sheets plus screws or nails, joint compound, tape, etc.) average 25 cents - 65 cents a square foot; professional installation is an additional 85 cents -$1.50 per square foot. Installing new drywall on the walls and ceiling of a 12x12-foot-room with 8-foot-high walls means about 530 square feet of drywall.
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Drywall is very important in any construction or remodeling project. Hanging drywall is a process that moves a construction or remodeling project into a completely new phase. After the preparatory stages of planning, framing, and installation of utilities, drywall quickly initiates the transformation from job site to living space. If you're installing panels on a ceiling, seriously consider renting a drywall lift or at least building some deadman supports. Manually hoisting panels can be very exhausting and can take away your enthusiasm right from the start. Recruit at least one helper, and thoroughly discuss the lifting, holding, and fastening processes before you touch your first sheet of drywall. Having different strategies while holding drywall over your head is a bad idea. For a quality long-lasting project, it is crucial to choose the right fasteners and adhesive for your project. Fortunately, it's an easy project. If you choose nails, make sure that you get the ringshank variety for maximum holding power. If you choose screws, make sure that you select the right thread pattern: drive coarse type W threads into wood framing, fine type S threads into steel studs and resilient channels, and extra-coarse type G threads for gypsum-to-gypsum wallboard laminations.
Dings and dents are inevitable - and repairable.

Between $0.80 and $1.20 per sq. ft. for materials and labor. Between $0.60 and $0.90 for labor alone. Paint ready. The smaller the job, the higher the price per sq. ft. Dings and dents are inevitable - and repairable. Simple fixes can renew drywall surfaces. Drywall techniques also serve to repair damage to plaster walls. The first step is to remove loose pieces of plaster. Sometimes the results will be even better than new because you'll correct problems in a way that makes sure you won't have to repeat the repair later. Repairing a textured ceiling is an interesting dilemma. If the process works well, it can be a quick one-step repair. But if that first step doesn't pan out, the second becomes a bigger problem, which can then lead to an even larger third step. The repair is like running down a staircase - missing the first step has serious consequences. The successful repair involves restraint, because spraying too much texture can look more obvious than not quite enough. Removing the texture from an entire ceiling gives a room a different look. This procedure is a bit messy, but not tedious. The new smooth ceiling is easy to paint and simple to repair.

The plaster walls and ceilings in many older homes can be a mixed blessing. Although a plaster surface is durable, it is subject to cracking and can come loose from the lath and/or the framing. In some cases you can reattach the plaster and blend the repaired area into the original surface. The step-by-step process saves you the time and expense of replacing the entire wall or ceiling. Before you paint a room, you should check thoroughly for nail pops. Fixing them is an easy task, and it will improve the appearance of the walls. Inserting a wall patch is a basic skill you should master. Holes most often are the result of accidental damage, although you sometimes need to cut holes during remodeling projects to pull new wiring or to install other utilities.

Driving Fasteners
          Experienced drywallers can drive fasteners along the length of a stud or joist and rarely miss. But most of us need the benefit of guidelines lightly penciled or a drywall square. You can also mark with a chalk line if you do a preliminary snap on the floor to remove most of the chalk. After that, you can snap several lines that are lightly visible but still easy to wipe away with a rag. Carefully plan your drywall installation sequence, and you'll install the panels quickly and efficiently. A few special tools and some new products make this job progress more quickly and with less effort than in the past.


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Also called wallboard, plasterboard or sheetrock, drywall is simply factory-made sheets of paper-wrapped gypsum plaster installed to create a flat, firm wall or ceiling as a foundation for paint or wallpaper. Typical costs: Patch kits to repair small holes in existing drywall are $2 -$20; the more expensive kits contain materials to patch several holes or up to four feet of cracks. Simple repairs can also be made using joint compound ($3 -$15), a drywall hand saw ($5 -$16) and average household tools such as a hammer, drill and utility knife. Better Homes & Gardens gives directions for patching small holes up a few inches wide and larger holes up to eight inches across. Drywall materials (drywall sheets plus screws or nails, joint compound, tape, etc.) average 25 cents - 65 cents a square foot; professional installation is an additional 85 cents -$1.50 per square foot. Installing new drywall on the walls and ceiling of a 12x12-foot-room with 8-foot-high walls means about 530 square feet of drywall. For about 4,000 square feet of drywall on all the walls and ceilings of a small home, it's $4,400 -$8,600 or more. Factors such as cathedral ceilings or irregular layouts can bump the price higher. And it's easier to install drywall in a house that's under construction, so remodeling projects tend to be at the higher end of the price range. Do-It-Yourselfers can bring the costs down to $150 -$250 for a 12x12 room and $1,000 -$3,000 for a small house, but hanging drywall requires a lot of heavy lifting by at least two people, and getting a good finish on drywall requires a lot of patience and practice. Philadelphia, PA, Wayne 19087, Middletown, Lower Merion, Marple, Thornbury, Tredyffrin, Norwood 19074.

Finishing: When dealing with professional finishers, to the completion of drywall finishing depends on the quality of hanging, and the desired end finish - thus putting on different looks if the surfaces are to get painted with high gloss paint, flat, or ceiling stomp-textured. A lot of finishers are experienced tradespeople, and many operate with an efficiency and quality of finished work level this hard to compare in terms of cost, with the unqualified worker. Always check local codes and for any applicable restrictions if doing yourself.
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