Rough cost to hang drywall? We are considering finishing the attic so the kids can have a playroom and I can have my office back. It has been framed and insulation is in. There is electricity in and windows hung (new windows) just need drywall put in there. As an over estimate (need to get actual measurements) the attic space is 20' x 20'. It comes to that awkward point but total floor to point height is approx. 8'. We are near Rochester and Buffalo, NY if that helps? Looking for an idea of cost and materials.
Your best bet is to call some local contractors or drywallers/handymen on Craigslist and get some quotes...pricing can vary on labor costs, electrical work, permits, material pricing in your area, etc.. Get exact measurements of side walls...from floor to angle where side walls (knee walls) meet roof line. A 20' X 20' room that is 8' tall will need at least 16 sheets of 4' X 10' drywall if the knee walls are 4' high and come to a peak....a common layout. Figure a few days or so labor for a two man crew to install drywall, apply two mud coats and sand, prime, paint..., install outlets, switches, lights, install trim around windows/doors, etc.. I'd estimate around 2K total or so but it depends on the variables I gave earlier and if knee walls are in place or need to be framed in.