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DrywallFin

01:15PM | 03/01/03
Member Since: 02/28/03
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I am looking at starting a small personal company. I was wondering on how much a guy would charge a sq. ft for finishing. I know how to measure it up and every thing but i just need to know a ball park figure on how much a sq. ft. Thanks

klmal

05:13PM | 03/01/03
Member Since: 02/22/03
23 lifetime posts
Are you talking about hanging it, taping it, floating it, and then texturing it? Or are you just talking about tape, float, texture?

To drywall a 12x12 room with 8 ft walls, a closet door, a entry door and a 3050 window, we charge about 1.50 per sq ft, plus 35 cents a square foot for paint. Of course, when you are doing an entire house, the price drops to around 1.15 per sq ft for drywall.

DrywallFin

09:00PM | 03/01/03
Member Since: 02/28/03
4 lifetime posts
I was just wondering on the taping mudding and texturing part of it. Not the hanging. But in a small remodel i would hang it though but not a whole house. How mcuh would you figure on that. Thanks
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