View Full Version : haunt walls for sale cheap - south central PA

06-13-2009, 11:34 PM
I have roughly 250 haunt walls in a storage unit that im looking to get rid of. they are framed mainly with 2x3 - some are 2x4 - and the majority have 7/16 osb sheeting. some of these walls are very detailed and some not so much. heres a few pictures of the better rooms


there is also a pretty cool asylum style hallway we used as our final room/hall that has 3 pneumatic slamming doors that ill leave the cylinders on. another cool room is a library with book shelves.

im only asking 4000 because as i stated they are in a storage unit and will need to be put on a trailer to take. it really is a great deal because minus the props and utilities, this is basically last years haunt for me and even the detail on some of the other rooms that arent pictured is better than alot of haunt walls that ive seen.

post or PM me with any questions.

thanks - riley

06-13-2009, 11:37 PM
heres another set of walls i found some pictures of


06-14-2009, 02:03 AM
I can see it now: $16 a panel?! Are you crazy? I can build them better for $12!

Notice that none of those posters ever put them up for sale at that price.

This is a great deal. They look like they have a lot of detail. Someone back east should jump on them before they are gone.

06-14-2009, 08:10 AM
What haunt were these from I think I visited most of the haunts in your area?

Nice walls,

06-14-2009, 09:55 AM
thanks! i personally have a LOT of hours into detailing them. They're from Undertakings. It is was at the Shippensburg Fairgrounds. One of the smaller scale haunts in the area but we got a lot of compliments and good reviews saying that we were at or above the caliber of the bigger guys around. We really specialized in detail and cool atmospheres along with intense scares instead of just black or simple walls and thousands of dollars of animations. Any animation we had was homemade.


06-14-2009, 05:12 PM
Hey Riley,
PMed You...

06-14-2009, 05:58 PM
SOLD thanks for the interest everyone

06-18-2009, 10:25 PM
Someone got a great deal. $16 a panel is a great deal. Yo can not build em for that much! Great detail on them too!


06-19-2009, 06:12 AM
Yes you can... without paint ours are around $14-$15 per panel! 2x3 framing with 7/16 plywood. -Tyler

06-19-2009, 09:43 AM
Nightgore, I wanna know where you are getting your lumber. I was just at Home Depot. 2x3's are at $2 a pop. You need 4 of those to make a frame, so thats $8. 7/16 plywood is at $9.65 a pop x 2 sides is $19, so without the cost of screws or nails or time or paint, or fire proofing you are looking at a minimum of $27!!!!

06-19-2009, 10:11 AM
Wow Dirk wood is costly in your neck of the woods. Around here the same OSB is $5.22 and 2x4's are $2.08 give or take $.010.

06-19-2009, 10:40 AM
I get my lumber from the amish. 2x4's are lower then half the price at any lumber yard or store. Too bad the amish do not make plywood.


06-19-2009, 01:35 PM
OK here is a way to save money on wood and it works -
Around here Loews is always cheaper than Home Depot - 7/16 sheet of OSB - Home Depot $6.35
Lowes $5.65 quite a savings diffrence if you are buying 400- 800 sheets - Now here is where it gets fun - take your supply list to the contractor counter at Loews (every thing -wood- nails screws -propane -tie plates - extension cords-light bulbs -the whole nine yards) get a written quote -they will be glad to print one out for you - Then proceed to Home Depot - grab one of their sale papers- go to the contractor desk there give them a copy of your supply list and ask them for a quote - they will come in over the Loews quote - show them the Loews quote and ask if they will meet it - when they say no -whip open the back page of their sale paper and show them the "We will meet any competitors price and beat it by 10% " In most cases they will
at a minimum drag their feet and in some cases actually act like you are trying to take money out of their own wallet - if it gets that far you can drop the Better Buiss. Bomb and that will
clear the way - Walked into Home Depot with a quote from Loews for $5600 walked out of Home Depot With $5600 in supplies for $5040.00 not bad for two hours worth of running around

06-19-2009, 01:43 PM
Well, I'm talking ONE sided... our 4x8 sheets are only $5.34 a sheet, we save .20 per sheet by buying the whole pallet (around 70 sheets). I'm also just talking about lumber and screws. So yeah, around $15 or less per wall for us! -Tyler

06-19-2009, 02:07 PM
i usually get 2x4 8ft studs at 1 dollar a peice from lowes thats why homedepot is always higher try lowes and negoatiate with the store mgr offer tit for tat yuo will suceed i usually get a 30 pnd box of screws for 10 bucks be nice and beg it helps lol good luck

freak 'n' stein
06-19-2009, 06:22 PM
Nightgore, I wanna know where you are getting your lumber. I was just at Home Depot. 2x3's are at $2 a pop. You need 4 of those to make a frame, so thats $8. 7/16 plywood is at $9.65 a pop x 2 sides is $19, so without the cost of screws or nails or time or paint, or fire proofing you are looking at a minimum of $27!!!!

Oh my god. That is a complete rip. our osb is only $4 and change. Besides, when you talk in total and not per panel, it would be less expensive for the building and detailing of the walls. ANYTHING is less exp. than $27 per panel!! ugh...

06-19-2009, 09:49 PM
I can see it now: $16 a panel?! Are you crazy? I can build them better for $12!

Notice that none of those posters ever put them up for sale at that price.

See - I'm psychic!

08-17-2009, 12:13 PM
unfortunately the first buyer that i had held the walls for blew me off two times in a row. very unprofessional in my book. if you cant make it for ANY reason you should call and let me know ahead of time.

in any case......

THESE WALLS ARE STILL FOR SALE! first come first serve. i estimate that i have roughly 350 walls that need a new home. asking 16$ per pannel. willing to negotiate if anyone is interested in also purchasing some of the extra haunt props/furniture/ect that i also have. again, this is a great deal for anyone that needs some last minute walls for the season or a real easy way to add another haunt to your attraction.

let me know if you are interested by posting or PMing me.



08-17-2009, 02:40 PM
I want them! call me (862)251-1655

08-20-2009, 11:24 AM
sorry for the spamming, but these are still up for grabs. unfortunately for jerzeydevil things didn't work out and they are still for sale.


08-20-2009, 11:45 AM
wish I lived closer...

Peter T

09-04-2009, 01:02 PM
I could use some more walls. Call me at 314-540-2200

04-13-2010, 04:01 PM
hey everyone, well i STILL have yet to get rid of my haunt walls and props. My last buyer could not follow up with the promised payments despite my efforts to even take payments monthly....so the walls and props are back up on the market. i know that there are or were several others of you interested so instead of dealing with each of you personally i will just re-post it here

just to reiterate for those who may not have read from the beginning of the thread...

i estimate that there are roughly 350 walls available asking 16$ per pannel. some double sided, mainly single sided. mostly 2x3 frames a few 2x4 with OSB sheeting. check out the first page of this topic and you will see that there are some pannels that have amazing detail work done on them. it pains me to even let them go at that price since i detailed a lot of them for countless hours. also the price of wood has gone up so much from the beginning of this thread that i literally dont think you can build them for that price. at least not NY or PA prices.

i also have many props that i believe i listed just a few in the earlier thread as well. i would like to sell everything for 10,000. this is pretty much everything that you need to set up the house and run it. i ran the show for two years so theres not a ton of wear on the walls. it was roughly a 5,ooo sqf show. i know, 2$ per square foot. crazy price huh? but its just taking up space in a storage shed that i am paying for now so i would like to give it a new home. again - if your interested, reread through the whole thread since there are many pictures and i believe more items listed. thanks for the interest.


04-13-2010, 05:01 PM
pmd you thanks

04-13-2010, 07:30 PM
Pm'd you. Thanks!

04-13-2010, 08:40 PM
Very interested in walls please call or text can pick up asap-

04-14-2010, 06:44 AM
as of right now i have a cash buyer who pulled the trigger on the wall pannels. it sounds as though he wants to pick up the walls asap so within several days i will be able to post if the deal went through. BUT as of now the walls are SOLD.

i still have 2 storage units full of props and i will hopefully be able to transfer some of the props to what will now be an empty storage shed and take some pictures to post. thanks everyone for the interest. stay tuned. you will here more from me.


04-14-2010, 01:14 PM
of course as everyone knows there is always 2 sides to every story, and this is no different. my new buyer is scheduled to pick up his walls this monday and i will see to it that he as a happy customer.


07-20-2010, 08:09 AM
since my buyer was unable to pick up all the walls, i STILL HAVE a little over 100 WALLS LEFT! Will take 16 bucks a piece. With lumber up this year and it getting late in the season this is a great deal. PM me or post to the thread if you are interested!



07-21-2010, 07:50 PM
I am intrested in these walls. email me at stoltzhauntedattractions@gmail.com

08-26-2010, 08:54 PM
if you still have the walls i would like to come get them. im not to far from you. have a trailer to picked them all up at one time. i like to see the props also. i can be reached at 610-909-9246 or send a contact number to circussideshows@yahoo.com

09-26-2010, 03:53 PM
All my haunt walls are made from 2X4 Framing and 7/16 OSB board. 2X4x8's cost me 1.79 per pieace. It takes 3 2x4's per panel and 1 sheet of 7/16 OSB which is painted black. The osb cost me 8.00 per sheetl plus the paint is 14.00 per gallon and it takes 1 gallon of paint to do 8 panels with one coat. So that is what the going cost of building just the black haunt walls in Missouri not including the screws the 1x2's or 1x3 or such to attach all the panels to make a good solid hallway or room.