Be careful on the sewage ejection pump idea as well. These have a fairly short life span (5-8 years) and are not cheap to replace – ours ran over $800 just for the pump, and this is one case where plumbers really earn their pay, it’s a very messy job! They (the pump, not the plumbers) can be buried in the yard if you are short on space in the basement, but be nice to the next buyer of your home and provide access. When we bought our home no mention was made of the existence of the pump and it was buried under lawn. Discovering it when all of our plumbing died was an expensive process.
On an outside corner formed by a double layer of drywall, the corner bead can be fastened without nails or screws.
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