Screws are superior and faster, especially when using a collated screw gun.
Evaluating your job-site access before drywall delivery will save you time and labor.
Using a “wall lift” can save time and energy all while getting a perfect fit.
These butt boards are easy to make on the tablesaw and create a recessed drywall-panel joint that's less visible and easier to finish.
This water-based foam gasket offers a clean and simple way to get a consistent, reliable air-seal between your framing and drywall.
Myron Ferguson shares tips for preparing framing and for detailing inside corners to avoid inconsistencies in tough areas.
Use this fast, foolproof method to deal with problematic framing or depth differences when remodeling.
A sawblade and locking pliers make an improvised tool for cutting drywall.
If your walls or ceilings get wet because of leaky plumbing or a damaged roof, first fix the leak, and then seal stains and patch drywall as necessary.
Fix cracks along seams or on the face of drywall by cutting a V-groove and taping over them—but be sure the building has stopped moving first.
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