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  • 2). How To Repair a Hole In Your Drywall  By : Tim Evans
    Repairing a hole in your drywall may seem like a job best left to a professional, but it is job that you can do yourself with a little time and a few tools. This article details step by step instructions for repairing a hole in your drywall.
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  • 4). How To Put Up Drywall  By : Gray Rollins
    How to Drywall Whether you are refurbishing an existing room or creating an addition, adding drywall is a great do-it-yourself project. Proper drywall techniques can make the difference in how a room looks, but with a few tips you’ll be able to make your room look great. Most materials and supplies can be found at your local home improvement center or hardware store.
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  • 5). Top Tips on How to Tape Drywall  By : Carlo Morelli
    If you are working on a home improvement project and need to know how to tape drywall you have come to the right place. This article will feature instructions on taping drywall so the do-it-yourselfer can complete home improvement projects involving this process. Knowing how to tape drywall properly is not a difficult process to learn. All you need are the proper tools and techniques to get the job done.
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  • 7). Mold Removal Methods For Drywall  By : Isolde Werry
    Mold removal from drywall like professionals can be done easily by following a few steps. Mold removal can be effectively done when the sources of water and moisture can be stopped. Look at the places that are most water prone such as the bathrooms and the kitchens. The water leakage has to be stopped before the mold removal can take place. Check the attic and the basement areas for mold.
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  • 8). What Is Drywall?  By : Herbert Romaro
    Drywall (also called wallboard, gypsum board, and plasterboard) is an economical building material usually used to face walls and ceiling inside structures. Composed primarily of gypsum rock stretched out in a flat sheet between two pieces of thin board (or heavy paper, as some say), drywall is low-budget and easy to install—two reasons why it’s the most commonly used interior building material throughout the world! Forms of Drywall White board—regular.
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  • 9). Drywall, A Common And Very Important Building Material  By : Julee Mitchelsin
    We have all probably used drywall at one time or another in our lives and we know what it takes to finish the stuff even if we have never touched. We know that it goes on all inside walls and that it won’t hold heavier hangings like shelves and large pictures and so we need to find the studs beneath. We may have also had experience repairing a hole that was intentionally or unintentionally placed in a wall.
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