Basement Quote

by MICHAEL LOPEZ
(TORONTO CANADA)

HI I HAVE A 4800 SQUARE FOOT BASEMENT TO BE TAPED, WHAT IS A ESTIMATE PRICE FOR THE TAPING ??

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Oct 06, 2015
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by: Susan Fernando

I don’t know about the price for tapping, I think you contact with manufacturers supply company because it’s given your actual rates and better guide for this issue. http://www.instylejackets.com/product-category/spiderman-jacket

Aug 19, 2015
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by: Anonymous

Ask at a nearby manufacturers supply put. They are the ones offering the cement and they can give you figures. All things considered, you would simply need to make sense of the expenses. absoluteessays.com | essay writing help company. Solid blend, instruments, and so forth. I couldn't envision it being excessively lavish, yet it is work serious. With 4800 sq ft which is a huge storm cellar so you may get a value break due to the quantity of sheets. I would expect around $2,100-$2,800 in cost all the more so in the $2,400 territory unless extra circumstanced exist. That is 4 coats complete and prepared to preliminary and paint and tidy up.

Aug 16, 2011
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Taping quote
by: DrywallTeam

Hello,

I need a little bit more information to give you a more accurate range. Such as the height of the room 9ft ceiling or 8ft. And location in the city or outside of the city. In general though you can expect to pay between 44-58 cents per sq foot for finishing at least that our rates I am accustom to. I have heard though in rare cases such as in New York City contractors charging 1.15 per sq foot to finish.
With 4800 sq ft which is a large basement so you might get a price break because of the number of sheets. I would expect around $2,100-$2,800 in cost more so in the $2,400 range unless additional circumstanced exist. That is 4 coat finish and ready to primer and paint and clean up.

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