Re: What would you charge for this drywall job in a shop?
I've also done lots of drywall work, but never professionally. Some thoughts:
* Why was a knock-down texture used in a shop? That's a lot of expense right there. Many people don't even bother mudding in a workshop, since the walls *are* going to get beat up.
* Why bother with three mudding passes if you're going to spray a texture on top of it? A decent drywaller can do a paint-grade mud job in two passes. Texture-grade mudding is even easier.
But yeah, the job you described sounds expensive to me.
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