I have been trying to find out what I can do with about 20 full sheets of 5/8 Sheetrock. Is there a place I can sell it or donate it?
- Common SenseLv 72 months ago
Like other''s said...Habitat for Humanity.
You may also want to contact your church to see if there is a local family in need. That would be an awesome and life changing gift to someone in need. That is a lot of sheetrock!
- Christin KLv 72 months ago
As long as the sheetrock isn't the kind with asbestos in it, you can always donate building materials to Habitat for Humanity's Re-Store. They take unused or usable building material of all kinds. Check in your area for where these are--and when they accept materials for donation.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Go to where they sell the stuff and tell them about it. If they are full sheets, they will take them off your hands and NOT PAY YOU WHAT YOU PAID THEM...you are going to get a reduced price for them because that is how stores work. They sell stuff, they don't buy it back. They have a supplier that sells it to them for much less than what you paid.
. I would first start off with the shop you bought it from and say you over ordered. If these sheets are damaged from rain after you owned them then they are not what the store can take back and resell as new. THOSE ARE THE SHEETS YOU DONATE...to H4H. and you get nothing...because that is what a donation is. Freely given with no expected compensation.
. Houses are being built everyday, or condo's or apartment complexes EVEN DURING THE OUTBREAK.
So grab your telephone BOOK & start calling around.
Cuz I ain't doing it. You are a bother. 20 sheets means nothing as a house uses 120 or more sheets. - Several lifts of board.
- LaurieLv 72 months ago
Habitat For Humanity.
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- elhighLv 72 months ago
You could try donating that to Habitat for Humanity. That's enough to materially contribute to completing a house.
- BarryLv 52 months ago
Surely Craigslist is the way to go?