Drywall Cost Per Square Foot?

Answer

Many contractors can expect to pay 10 to 15 cents per square foot of drywall texture. This price reflects a higher quality texture that is available to registered and bonded contractors who offer high quality standards. It is possible to find drywall texture cheaper than this, but it is of poorer quality.
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The short answer is the lame one . it depends. I assume the person who submitted the question is referring to a ceiling texture in a residence. Also assumed is that the drywall has
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1. Measure the wall height. 2. Measure the wall length. 3. Multiply the height and width. For example, if you have an 11-foot ceiling and 16-foot wall, that's an area of 176 square
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Drywall materials (drywall sheets plus screws or nails,
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Heck, it is just like all other construction questions. IT DEPENDS on some variables. Every job is diferent. Depends on what kind of texure, some are fast to apply, some are SLOW
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