Yeh, it could be around 15k, but my comments were directed to the OP, Corvus. He doesn’t want to go to the expense of gyprocking. Gyprocking would cost less than 15k. The most expensive part is getting rid of the asbestos sheeting.
He want’s a ‘cheap’ solution, and if he doesn’t even want to pay for sheetrock, then he certainly won’t want to add…[Read more]
Ripping it out is definitely not the cheapest solution, unless you’re removing it, or dumping it illegally.
You’re not allowed to rip out more than 10 square metres without a licence. You have to wet it down, and try not to break it when removing it. You have to double wrap it in thick builder’s plastic and tape up all the joins. You have to have…[Read more]