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Can I get a Bill of Materials to finish a FrameUpNow cold formed steel home?

Home Depot is organized to fill and complete a Bill of Materials (BOM) to finish your FrameUpNow skeleton. FrameUpNow provides a complete BOM for exterior sheathing, drywall windows, doors and insulation and Home Depot is ready to deliver. Specific requirements for flooring, paint, wiring, plumbing, fixtures, cabinets and lighting will vary based on the design and finishes you choose. Home Depot will help you make the right choices.
  1. Exterior sheathing
    • Exterior panel sheathing
    • Roof Sheathing
    • Tyvek
  2. Drywall:
    • Drywall sheets (usually 4’x8′ or 4’x12′)
    • Drywall screws
    • Joint compound
    • Drywall tape
  3. Doors and Windows:
    • Interior doors and frames
    • Exterior doors and frames
    • Windows
    • Window frames
  4. Insulation – provide your plan to Home Depot:
    • Insulation rolls or batts.
    • Or blown foam insulation.
Remember to consider any additional materials specific to your project, such as kitchen cabinets, countertops, bathroom fixtures, appliances, or any custom features you may want to include.
Home Depot is organized to fill and complete a Bill of Materials (BOM) to finish your FrameUpNow skeleton. FrameUpNow provides a complete BOM for exterior sheathing, drywall windows, doors and insulation and Home Depot is ready to deliver. Specific requirements for flooring, paint, wiring, plumbing, fixtures, cabinets and lighting will vary based on the design and finishes you choose. Home Depot will help you make the right choices.
  1. Exterior sheathing
    • Exterior panel sheathing
    • Roof Sheathing
    • Tyvek
  2. Drywall:
    • Drywall sheets (usually 4’x8′ or 4’x12′)
    • Drywall screws
    • Joint compound
    • Drywall tape
  3. Doors and Windows:
    • Interior doors and frames
    • Exterior doors and frames
    • Windows
    • Window frames
  4. Insulation – provide your plan to Home Depot:
    • Insulation rolls or batts.
    • Or blown foam insulation.
Remember to consider any additional materials specific to your project, such as kitchen cabinets, countertops, bathroom fixtures, appliances, or any custom features you may want to include.