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cost list of installing fiber cement board or drywall

Views: 41     Author: bingo     Publish Time: 2016-04-05      Origin: Site

When you plan to install a new house or update an old house with fiber cement boards or drywall, please take following cost into your consideration before take actions:

1.Boards cost

By comparing with local suppliers and international suppliers, choose a suitable one which is good quality with competitive price and ensure timely delivery. Also you can buy it online.

2.Shipping cost 

The shipping cost may be changed accroading to different time. You will receive the remind of the shipping company when the goods is coming.

3.Clearance cost

You can ask a professional broker to do it for you if you are not experienced. Remember to pick up timely. Port will charge a high fee if exceed free demurrage time.

4.Land transport cost

Usually you can not do it yourself (25tons per 20GP). Qualified broker can transport the goods from the port to your warehouse. Or you can call logistics companies to do it for you. 
5.Installing cost
Including supports to protect existing structures, equipments to cut and install, paints and brushes(you can buy a painted one directly). You also can employ a experienced worker to install it for you. Because it is quite diffcult and dangerous to cut and install fiber cement board by a green hand. You may be interested in six things needed to paid attention when installing fiber cement board.
Always remember SAFE first. 

6.Ending cost

Cleanup and debris removal after finished.

7.Cost for projects

(1)Removing, relcating, reparing or modifying existing framing, surfacing, HVAC, electrical, and plumbing systems.
(2)Costs of testing and remediation of 
hazardous materials (asbestos, lead, etc.)
(3)General contractor overhead and markup for organizing and supervising
(4)Sales tax on materials and supplies.
(5)Permit or inspection fees (or portion thereof) required by your local building department for your overall project.

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