- Eliminate Risk- Eliminate risk of injury due to the heavy lifting, Prevent strain and injury by letting the lift do all the hard work
- Support Hooks - Secures the drywall on the lift and prevents it from sliding off during placement. Also helps pivot the drywall sheet into place so it is flush against the wall and adds support to prevent the edges of drywall sheets from getting crushed and broken.
- Sturdy - 5' wide tripod base is supported by anti-slip, non-marring casters that won't damage floors; a 3" triangular frame (in 4' sections) features oversized lock nuts and clevis pins at critical pivot points, and the base includes a flip-down backstop to secure the lift's position for mounting
- Large Cradle - Extends to 10' in width, has rubber caps on 3-position auto-locking outriggers to protect your material, and also features panel support hooks; it retracts to just 36" from the floor when tilted for easy loading
- Lifting Winch - Simple-to-operate, single-stage winch (18" wheel, 4" handle) with an extra-strong, braided-steel lifting cable; it includes a brake and a capped handle to protect hands
- Tool Free Assembly - Easy assemble, no tool required. Quick tool-free setup and disassembly for storage
- Max reach for Horizontal Ceilings: 11-ft /
- Sheet Capacity: up to 4 x 8ft
- Weight Capacity: 150lbs
- Casters Size: 4"
- Max Reach for walls: 15-feet; (11-foot maximum lift and half the length of drywall)
- Drywall Panel Lift
Stark USA Drywall Lift 11' Rolling Sheetrock Panel Hoist
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The best compact drywall lifter. Simple to operate, excellently crafted, and definitely worth the price! This recommendation comes from a retired builder.
This drywall lift has a great wheel spin and can lift thick plywood and sheet rock with ease. It‚Äôs easy to break down and store, and it takes out a lot of back strain and frustration. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a convenient and efficient way to lift heavy materials.
Simple to operate, but if you have a ceiling lower than 8 feet, it might be a bit tall for placing drywall on a 7-foot ceiling. It's manageable for a single person to use.
The unit was well-crafted, exceptionally sturdy, and performed admirably.
If assembling this lift proves challenging, perhaps tackling drywall installation might not be the best choice. With 27 years of experience as a drywall professional, I found that handling ceilings solo at 55 can be tough, especially with lids showing signs of difficulty. Despite never using a lift before, my wife insisted on me handling all the ceiling work for our remodel. This lift performed admirably, reminiscent of the good old days—fast and secure. Just a piece of advice: take your time. I was working with 12 ft. boards, 1/2 inch thick (not the recommended 5/8), and the lift handled it well with the help of a friend. A great product, especially for those with aging backs. You won't regret the purchase.