Curing Cracks in Drywall
While there are plaster pros and gypsum gurus who think nothing of it, most people consider working with drywall a necessary evil that’s heavy on the evil. It’s not surprising that drywall is one of the most often searched terms here at FineHomebuilding.com. A hot topic in the world of drywall is the dreaded crack. To make your online and work life easier, the articles below are all about dealing with cracked drywall.
Know what’s worse than putting up drywall? Finding a crack in your work. Even worse is finding the same area cracked repeatedly. Reader Ed Wuermser has just such as problem on the insider corners in several rooms on a house he built. Drywall expert Myron R. Ferguson comes to the rescue. Let inside drywall corners move
Speaking of cracking drywall, this article brings together a discussion on the subject that took place on Fine Homebuilding‘s Breaktime forum. See what your peers have to say about curing the cracks. How to Prevent Cracks in Drywall
Once again it’s Mr. Ferguson to the rescue. This time the cracks are appearing above a door. Check out steps needed to fix this issue once and for all. Drywall cracks above door
A well done cathedral ceiling is eye catching. Cracks at the peak will ruin the visual appeal in a hurry. This reader tips shows how to prevent cracks with this type of ceiling. Avoiding cracks in drywalled cathedral ceilings.