New Drywall question

Old 03-15-05, 09:27 PM
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New Drywall question


We are doing a master bath. We have the drywall on the ceiling and will start the walls this coming weekend. On on wall of the ceiling the tapered edge butts to the wall while on the other three sided they have been cut so there is no taper. When the walls are done, the top board will have a tapered edge meeting the non-tapered edge. Is this OK. Are there tricks to taping/mudding these joints.

Old 03-17-05, 05:07 AM
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That's fine. Happens all the time. It's actually a little easier. Just fill in the tapered edge until it's flush.

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