I agree. I was very disappointed when I first walked in there. My boss was there and I told him, he said he told them to lay it out that way I lucked out and only had to bust out a couple of flats. Must have had a REALLY good framing crew:thumbsup:Would have a fit if my hangers stood the board up in that type of room. Finishing looks good though.
Crazy how big some of these rooms are getting on residential. It's getting to the point where I'm about to say screw it, and go commercial where I can use a lift.Cozy little room, isn't it? They call it a "great room" which is a kitchen/ dining/ living room combined. There were about 40 sheets on that lid. All that climbing around is making me feel my age.
Raised roof=raised price, time to hook up a cordless powered drill to that scaffold...lolCrazy how big some of these rooms are getting on residential. It's getting to the point where I'm about to say screw it, and go commercial where I can use a lift.
I've wanted to try one of those Crawlers out for awhile, they might work great in high garages. I wish a company would come out with a unit for higher applications, the sport courts I'm doing are taking up to 3 stages of 6' scaffold. Can you imagine what OSHA would have to say if they found you working on this one lol.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBmnQN78aZU&t=374s