The insulation and drywall are as follows and this takes 2 weeks, for an average home. Existing walls take 2 to 5 hours to insulate with spray foam. The time frame varies because you'll have to consider the size of the wall, the floors of your house and more. Between 1 day and four weeks.
I'm not being frivolous; but no one can answer this, there's the level of finish, the complexity of the frame, the amount of experience, the number of people who do it, the level of automation they use, the type of composites and joint tapes they use and, yes, even the weather conditions play a role important. After installing the insulation, drywall comes. This step is where the house stops looking like a construction site and more like a house. Once the insulation is installed, the drywall is placed over the wooden frame and held in place with drywall screws.
Be careful, do not cut corners when laying drywall, as the finished product is usually very noticeable to guests and potential buyers when they enter a house. Every time there is a break in the frame, it takes time and effort to cut the drywall to fit around the window, door, beam, or bump. Remember that these estimates include hanging drywall sheets on the wall and taping, clouding, sanding and texturing the drywall. Knowing this feature of drywall, it is possible to first lay drywall on walls and leave room for ceiling drywall.
In most installations, you'll see insulators seal and foam corners, the holes where pipes and cables penetrate from an unconditioned space to the conditioned space and sometimes where the bottom of the wall meets the slab. This is usually not the fault of drywall installers, but rather the result of the natural installation and relocation of a new home. For maximum performance, install CFL or LED bulbs and high-efficiency appliances instead of high-end insulation. Once all of your home's rugged installations have been completed and the inspections have been done, it's time to install wall and drywall insulation.
Finishing drywall costs more for brighter paints, such as gloss and enamel, and slightly less for flat or matte paints. Hanging drywall horizontally generally reduces the overall distance between the seams, which saves money and time when gluing with adhesive tape and mud.