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    giffrodPosted new reply in Drywall7/28/2007, 1:18 PM

    I was topping out my garage with 5/8" sheetrock off a little giant I had set at 7' and staggered off the stairs, when the ladder kicked sending me crashing to the floor in a rai...

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    giffrodPosted new reply in Drywall7/28/2007, 11:22 AM

    Can anyone provide some information on how to do steel stud framing interior and exterior? or a web page? I am starting to get into this and need to acquire a crew who knows h...

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    giffrodPosted new reply in Drywall7/28/2007, 11:18 AM

    find the high spot and make that the new line all the way down the ceiling . looks to me about 2 0r 3 inches from the light ,then fill in the low spot with easy sand 90 . recoat...

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    giffrodPosted new reply in Drywall7/28/2007, 11:08 AM

    I always presand my angles the dust acts like a lubricant. Thin your mud down a little more and check the angle head. It may need some lube. lube the rubber gasket a little, it...

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    giffrodPosted new reply in Drywall7/28/2007, 10:58 AM

    I never use mesh in the angles. It almost always cracks. If you do use mesh only mesh the seams, paper tape the butts and use a setting type compound for the first coat so as ...

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    giffrodPosted new reply in Drywall7/12/2006, 9:47 PM

    In WI .18 to .20 per foot is a pretty good rate for this kind of work as a sub, If an employee take .03 to .04 for tools, insurance cost, basic overhead and benifits or just p...

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