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The no-tape drywall patch Tip: The no-tape drywall patch

Let inside drywall corners move
Q & A: Let inside drywall corners move

New antimold drywall, same green color
New antimold drywall, same green color

Sheetrock Mold Tough

Q & A: Drywall cracks above a door

Drying a soggy ceiling
Q & A: Drying a soggy ceiling

Q & A: Plaster patching

Leveling an Old Ceiling
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Leveling an Old Ceiling

Steel studs attached to the sides of ceiling joists create a flat surface for new drywall

Repairing plaster walls
Tip: Repairing plaster walls

Patching holes in textured drywall
Tip: Patching holes in textured drywall

Straightening Framed WallsOnline Membership Required

Blame it on sloppy framing or lousy lumber, but many stud walls need some remedial work before the drywall goes on

Q & A: Repairing textured drywall

Repairing Drywall
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Repairing Drywall

Techniques for fixing everything from popped screws to big holes

A New Way to Repair Old PlasterOnline Membership Required

If cracks and crumbling plaster have you down, here's a remedy that uses basic methods and materials, and that requires no sanding

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