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Hey all you Canadian dudes smile.gif

Bernardi building supply in Mississauga sells green glue @ $11.20 per tube. That's the best price I've seen anywhere ! Just picked up 36 tubes for my music rooms biggrin.gif
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Good to know. Happen to know their price on 5 gallon pails?

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Whoa! That beats 17.85 at Dryco Building Supplies, which also has a location in 'sauga.

In addition to the price on pails, do they ship? I'm in BC...
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I asked if they had the pails and the guy said no, they just had tubes. I'm assuming they could get it though, since they have the tubes.

At 11.20 a tube, it's still cheaper than pails at most places. 2 cases is roughly the same as a pail, which ends up being $268. Most places sell pails fro $255, so I'd pay the small extra for convenience. All you'll need is a 32oz caulking gun and not their proprietary refillable gun

I have to admit, this took me months to find frown.gif I checked every online dealer and local listed supplier and just found them to be too expensive to get my rooms done. I started researching quiet glue as a cheaper alternative and started calling listed distributors. Called Bernardi and they said they only carried quiet rock, but offered Green Glue instead...at $11.20 smile.gif Total fluke, but so glad I called smile.gif

The tubes are actually $12.80 on the invoice, but I got a contractor price (12%off) for buying so many. Here's the info off the quiet rock site.

Bernardi Building Supply Ltd.(BBS)
2235 Royal Windsor
Mississauga, ON L5J 1K5
(416) 677-7667
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I've found local places like ASL Sound Proofing selling pails for between $210-220.

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what's their shipping fees like?
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Should also mention that this stuff is a great alternative to Putty Pads http://www.homedepot.ca/product/duct-seal-1lb-pugs/963529

You need about 1/2 a brick to do an outlet and it's roughly 1/3-1/2 the cost of quiet pads or like products. The putty pads have a higher fire rating and are easier to work with because they're flat. However, for soundproofing, the achieve the same results if not better (since you cane use more of it and still be cheaper)
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Should also mention that this stuff is a great alternative to Putty Pads http://www.homedepot.ca/product/duct-seal-1lb-pugs/963529

You need about 1/2 a brick to do an outlet and it's roughly 1/3-1/2 the cost of quiet pads or like products. The putty pads have a higher fire rating and are easier to work with because they're flat. However, for soundproofing, the achieve the same results if not better (since you cane use more of it and still be cheaper)

Agreed. I use a full 1 lb per outlet. 1.5 lbs on a double gang, 2 lbs+ on a triple gang. The stuff is so cheap and it's less work to use more, so at this price, why not!
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