Drywall Installation

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7 Drywall Texture Techniques

Staring at the ceiling? Here are seven ways to add more dimension to bare walls.

How to Mud Drywall

With a few tools and some practice, you can become an expert at mudding drywall in no time!

How to Step up Your Drywalling Technique

Try these nine tips to make your drywall installation quicker with better results.

How to Blend Old Drywall With New Drywall

Blending new drywall with existing drywall is easy when following these eight simple steps.

Drywall Installation for Beginners

It's not as hard as it looks!

Plaster Walls Vs. Drywall

Choosing drywall over plaster means convenience and less cost.

Installing Drywall In Cold Weather

Cold weather impacts the materials used when installing drywall.

5 Types of Insulation

Insulation keeps you warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

How to Install Drywall

Installing drywall can be a relatively easy and quite rewarding do-it-yourself project.

Using FibaTape Self-Adhesive Drywall Joint Tape

Drywall joint tape is an essential tool to contractors and builders because it helps smooth out the drywall surface and hide any cracks, joints, or nails that may otherwise show through.

How to Finish Fiber Cement Board

Fiber cement board is a highly popular building material thanks to its high durability. It is made from

The 5 Types of Drywall Mud

What you need to know about the five types of drywall mud.

How to Shop for Drywall

There's a lot to know, but we break it down for you.

How to Get Rid of Drywall Dust

Drywall dust is not only a pain to clean up, but hazardous to your health.

Drywall 5 - Angles, Ceilings and Odd Shapes

Cutting a complex piece of drywall takes a bit of precision and may best be done with a paper or cardboard

Drywall 4 - Application

Drywall can be installed either vertically or horizontally. Plan your installation so that the least

Drywall 6 - Joint Compound, Mud and Tapes

To achieve a smooth finish, all screw and nail heads must be covered with mud and seams must be taped

How to Do a Drywall Job

This is how you do a drywall job.

How to Tile Over Sheetrock

Learn what steps you need to take next time you have a tiling project to install over drywall.

How to Patch Holes in Drywall

Fix small, medium, or large holes in drywall with one simple guide.

Bathroom Drywall Installation

Installing drywall in your bathroom is nearly identical to the rest of your home... but with one major exception.

7 Types of Sheetrock Explained

Take a moment before your next project to familiarize yourself with the various types of sheetrock you could use.

Tips for Hanging Drywall Over Old Walls

Hanging new drywall over damaged walls is sometimes the best fix, but here’s what to look out for when you tackle this simple solution.

How to Choose Joint Compound

We share the pros and cons of 5 different varieties of joint compound.

How to Remove a Popcorn Ceiling

This look was popular in the 60s but has since gone from popularity.

Drywall a Ceiling: Tricks of the Trade

Hanging a drywall ceiling is not a one person job, however, should you decide that a drywall ceiling

Give Your Drywall Texture

Giving your drywall texture can add a bold dramatic statement, turning a plain wall into a striking addition

Drywall Supplies Needed from Start to Finish

As with any major home improvement project, one of the first things you will want to do is to ensure

Which Drywall Cutting Tool Suits the Job

There are various drywall cutting tools and depending on the job you are doing, using the wrong tool

Drywall Banjo: Proper Tool Use

Knowing how to use a drywall banjo can make taping drywall that much easier. A drywall banjo will allow

Drywall Lift: Proper Tool Use

A drywall lift is a very useful device that comes in handy when you have to install drywalls on the ceiling.

Drywall Texture Gun: Proper Tool Use

A drywall texture gun comes in handy when you have to drywall the walls and ceiling to hide any flaws.

What Size Drywall Screws to Use

Drywall screws are preferred among the carpenters since they have sharp edges and they follow the thread

Drywall Stilts: Proper Tool Use

Drywall stilts are useful tools that help in fixing drywall panels at a height. These tools are like

Drywall Sander: Proper Tool Use

A drywall sander is an integral tool of the drywall installation process that is used to sand and smooth

Buy Drywall: The Perfect Fit for the Job

When you buy drywall, be sure to get the type that will be the right fit for the job at hand.WidthThe

Cutting Drywall Right the First Time

Cutting drywall requires no great expertise, just the right tools and the right measurements. It may

How to Sheetrock a Basement

When it comes to installing sheetrock, a lot of people have questions about how to sheetrock a basement

How Drywall Joint Tape Works

Drywall joint tape brings together drywall pieces during construction. The tape is applied between seams

Building A Drywall Jack

If you are working by yourself, you will need a drywall jack to hang drywall on a ceiling. Commercial

Basic Facts About Sheetrock

Sheetrock is another word used to describe drywall. Sheetrock or drywall, whichever you prefer, is used

How to Make Sheetrock Arches

Making sheetrock arches can be accomplished using water. This process is useful if you have a job that

Build Your Own Sheetrock Lift

A sheetrock or drywall lift is a machine that is used to lift drywall panels to a ceiling. They are a

How to Cut Sheetrock

Cutting sheetrock is one of the easiest jobs to do, regardless of your level of skill. As a do-it-yourselfer,

How Does Drywall Mud Work?

Drywall mud is a joint compound that is used to affix drywall joint tape to drywall seams. It is used