Model # DPH11

Internet #203900041

Troy Professional Drywall and Panel Hoist
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Troy

Professional Drywall and Panel Hoist

  • Prevent strain & injury by letting the lift do all the hard work
  • Maximum reach for horizontal ceilings is 15 ft
  • Breaks down small enough to fit into the trunk of a car
Was  $199.99
$15999 /each

Save $40.00 (20%)  through 07/05/2017

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Product Overview

Drywall sheets can weigh up to 105 lbs. making installation a two man (or even three man) job. With a Troy drywall lift, you can install full sheets of drywall in a fraction of the time and you can do it with no help. The Troy drywall lift is easy to setup, simple to operate, and is built from commercial grade steel. It is rugged enough to be used on a professional job site and easy enough for a do-it-yourself job in your own home.

  • Welded steel construction
  • Max single sheet cap: up to 4 ft. x 16 ft.
  • Max reach for horizontal ceilings: 11 ft. (15 ft. with optional extension, sold separately)
  • Support hooks secures the drywall on the lift
  • Max reach for walls: 15 ft. (this is determined by the 11 ft. max lift and half the length of drywall)
  • One person operation tool
  • Eliminate risk of injury due to the heavy lifting
  • Shave hours off installation time
  • Single stage winch with brake
  • Backstop with rubberized feet
  • Telescoping arms
  • Easy rolling heavy duty 5 in. casters

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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the lowest horizontal height can this lift achieve. If one were to remove the legs and th...

What is the lowest horizontal height can this lift achieve. If one were to remove the legs and the drywall support, what would the length of the unit fully closed be. This is for a project other than dry wall. Is the leg support area part of the lifting area, If one would cut off that section of the leg support, would the unit still function? Trying to find something that is around 34" in height and can extend to around 7 to 8 feet. Thanks
Asked by: Kameljoe21
I would say minimum height in horizontal position is about 3 and 1/2 feet. I would not suggest modifying it in the least as removing the legs would cause the destabilization of the lift. This is designed to lift sheets of wood or drywall into place on walls or ceiling, cutting any part of it makes it a nonworking piece of machinery.
Answered by: gandalf49
Date published: 2017-06-01

Does the item come assembled? or do you have to put together?

Does the item come assembled? or do you have to put together?
Asked by: Peggy
You have to assemble it as it slides together and can be easily taken apart to store or transport
Answered by: gandalf49
Date published: 2017-05-20

Will this hoist work on a slanted ceiling such as a shed?

Asked by: window911
If the panels being installed are 8' along of the horizontal, then this will work as designed. if you want the 8' dimension to be along the vertical, read my review, and consider the mods I made to make that work.
Answered by: skymann
Date published: 2017-05-16

I'm doing sheet rock in a room with a 13 ft ceiling. Is this hoist capable of lifting a sheet to a 13 ft horizontal height?

Asked by: Homeowner
I have only used it on 8 and 10 foot ceilings so I do not know. Sorry.
Answered by: Chief
Date published: 2017-05-07
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Customer Reviews

Professional Drywall and Panel Hoist is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 94.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the job There are a few minor adjustments for this model to make it less annoying. The wheels are the first problem as it roll easily, even after greasing them. The center break/kick stop long enough. I pulled the rubber off and stuff it with some wood pieces to make it longer so it would catch on the floor. The sliders were bent and had to be hammered out to get them working. I give it 4 because one is $35 a day before tax and I have 3 rooms to do and would have spend close to purchase price so saved me a lot of and future jobs as well as i can do 12' pieces easily by myself.
Date published: 2017-03-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from did not get the chance to use it. i received a used tool from home depot. did not get the chance to use it. i received a used tool from home depot.
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So far so good. It's not as good as the one we rented but for the price it works just fine. We we... So far so good. It's not as good as the one we rented but for the price it works just fine. We were able to get the ceiling in our garage done pretty quickly with it. It was pretty easy to put together. The castors don't roll as great as the more expensive one we rented. They seem to catch more often and don't seem to turn as easily as the one we rented but that's a minor annoyance. It's totally worth having one at the house ready to use when we are ready and not having to rent one every time we want to put up some drywall.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good for the price It's ok. You will need to rig it if you are trying to install vertical panels or it will tip over from being top heavy. You will also need to grease the cable/wheel, as it will start to jam up after about 30 panels. It says the weight holds up to 150 lbs, but the mechanism doesn't lower all the way to the floor, so you will still need to lift and balance panels up to the hooks about 4' off of the ground. I was installing 90 lb slatwall panels, it it was pretty difficult just getting the panels up to the holding hooks. Also, the hooks are not locked in place, and if you're not careful and bump the hooks, they will push in and your panel will fall to the ground. Like I said, with some rigging (if you're handy enough) it will do the job, but it could certainly use some design improvements.
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from used piece of garbage Got this thing in the mail today. Dropped off by UPS. I had read the previous review that stated the person I've gotten used equipment and I chose not to believe them. Well this was a used piece of garbage bent dinged up half the paint scraped off the train label on it's barely readable half of it's missing. Now I'm on my way back to Home Depot to the store to return this piece of garbage and get my money back.
Date published: 2017-04-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This product worked exactly as I hoped it would - allowing me to cover ceiling by myself. I was ... This product worked exactly as I hoped it would - allowing me to cover ceiling by myself. I was installing 4x8 sheets of drywall. The device is a bit large but as long as I allowed for that it worked very well. And I quickly learned how to get nearly positioned and then crank the remainder to "lock" it in place allowing me to install screws. I wish I had this when I did the living room. Storage proved convenient as the unit "breaks down" to 3 reasonable size components. I would recommend this for anyone who has a need to install a ceiling - even if they have helpers. While the price may seem excessive over renting I learned that many of the rental units have issues/broken so having a device that works as desired was very helpful. I would also suggest this allowed me to install the ceiling over a couple of days. While I may have been able to accomplish in one day it would have been one killer day to accommodate the rental.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I was concerned about the stability of such equipment but ma very pleased with most of it. My on... I was concerned about the stability of such equipment but ma very pleased with most of it. My only complaint is that the cable which lifts the column rolls up all to one side instead of back and forth. At some point it piles up too much and falls over on the spool. That allows the column (and therefore the panel) to drop slightly. Safe but startling!
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from HIGHLY recommend this item!!! One person can handle the job of lifting, positioning and securing ... HIGHLY recommend this item!!! One person can handle the job of lifting, positioning and securing any drywall/plywood panel onto the ceiling or wall. I should've gotten this years ago!!! You can tilt or position the panel at the angle you desire, roll it around and crank the handle to lift it into place while it stays securely held in the arms.
Date published: 2017-01-10
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