While struggling to get drywall into his basement, Chris Pechacek of Hudson, Wisconsin, designed a structure to help him move it through the basement window. He built a 2×4 stand that supports the drywall (or any sheet goods) at an angle so the material can slide through the window diagonally. A 1/8-in. plastic-laminate lining on the bottom 2×4 reduces friction. Now Chris simply sets his materials on the rack, walks to the basement and pulls them in.
Easy Drywall Transport
Household DIY TipsBy American Profile on February 27, 2013
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