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    This is why plasterboard is stacked flat.
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    When I was 18 we were doing a Reno on our own house, we stacked about 30 sheets of blue board against a fence, they fell onto me and i was stuck for about 5 min till my dad heard me yelling, him & the neighbour were able to lift the sheets off. No major damage to report.

    It should also be noted that when stacking plasterboard on a second storey not to overload the floor with weight.

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    Default Don't work on your own.

    Rod could vouch for this. It is dangerous to work on one's own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gpkennedy View Post
    Rod could vouch for this. It is dangerous to work on one's own.

    Hmm yes and I am reminded of this every day, as the scaring is tight and pulls. GRRR
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