Category Archives: Drywall Advice

How to Cut Drywall With Just Two Simple Tools

When it comes to cutting drywall, professional contractors use a secret method to save time. This method involves using two very basic and common toolbox staples: a tape measurer and a utility knife. Continue reading to learn how you can … Continue reading

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Tips for Hiring a Drywall Crew

It is not a simply chore finding a reputable, affordable, and accomplished drywall crew. So for this reason, it is important to evaluate a contractor properly before moving forward with their services. Below are some tips for choosing the right … Continue reading

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How to Remove Odors From Walls

In a previous blog, we discussed how to remove smoke stains from walls. But even after you eliminate char and soot stains, smoke damage can still leave a lingering odor behind. So in this blog, we’ll talk about a popular … Continue reading

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Tips for Mildew and Mold Protection After Heavy Rains

We have all grown up with the annual phrase, “April Showers Brings May Flowers.” And it is so true! But sometimes, the rainy season doesn’t stop in April, and instead, continues throughout the entire year. Rain is certainly good for … Continue reading

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How to Clean Smoke Stains on Walls

Whether you are renovating after a fire, or simply flipping houses, knowing how to remove smoke stains from walls is a necessary skill set to have. Long-term, indoor tobacco use can cause walls to discolor or stain in certain areas, … Continue reading

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Tips for Avoiding DIY Drywall Mistakes

When people attempt to do their own drywall repairs, the potential for making mistakes is high. Without the proper resources and knowledge, drywall repairs can be messy, complex, and unpredictable. They are not the everyday chore you can easily tackle. … Continue reading

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The 8 Basic Phases of a Basement Refinishing Project

Are you considering refinishing your basement on your own? If so, this is a big decision that will involve comprehensive research, trial and error, long hours, and slow progress. Unless you are an experienced handyman, or have experience in the … Continue reading

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Tips for Drywall Water Damage Clean Up

When floods happen, the damage they cause can be monumental. To make matters worse, repairs and renovations for water flood damage are expensive. This is why it is important to have premium insurance coverage for accidents like water damage, especially … Continue reading

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How to Match Drywall Texture

When you have to patch textured drywall, matching the textures properly can be quite the challenge since there are so many variables involved. In fact, it is strongly recommended to use professional drywall service for patching and repair work on … Continue reading

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Avoid Drywall Dust With Wet Sanding

Many property owners are tempted to use medium density fiberboard (MDF) instead of drywall to avoid all the dust that comes with sanding joint compound. But this is a novice mistake! Although theoretically its smooth fine surface would make an … Continue reading

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