A gyprocker's skills are wide and varied. Common tasks include covering doorways and brick walls, upgrading cornices, building archways and fixing ceilings. The most common plastering and gyprocking request on ServiceSeeking.com.au is to repair holes in walls. If you're in the middle of renovating it might be a good idea to make a gyprocker your last port of call - to patch up any damage created by other tradies throughout the works.
The job of a gyprocker is pretty straightforward, so when looking for a gyprock & plasterboard business, make sure to read up on feedback from their previous customers to know the quality of their work. You wouldn't want a patch-up job to need another patching up within a few months! Before making your final selection, it's a good idea to exchange messages and phone calls to clarify job details and see how responsible and personable that business is.
Gyprock & plasterboard services usually start from $35/hr, but the actual price can be much higher or lower depending on the scope of your job. Let us know the project details and we'll ask gyprock & plasterboard businesses to send through their best quotes. These prices are estimates only but will give you a good indication of how much you can expect to pay.
"im still waiting for a quote, answering the top question is not a true indication as he has not got back to me so Im saying no"
"Was quoted for two stud walls that it would take four days to complete at a hourly rate of $55 with his offsider. I informed him that job would take no more than four- five hours at the most as other tradesman had informed me especially considering he had a offsider. He said ok in that case we can do it in one day. I informed him that we don't deal with companies like his."
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