Questions about: drywall

The answers that tell you to put a screw into the anchor and then pull it out are the correct ones. You're not going to cause a lot of damage. I've been doing that for years without any problems
I'm working on framing a wall where a sliding glass door once sat. In retrospect, I believe I should have used 2x6 lumber to frame the wall, rather than 2x4. While one side sits perfectly flush with the existing wall, the other side (shown in the pic
Thanks for visiting our page on how to tape drywall! Taping drywall is the first step in the drywall finishing process, and the first real challenge you will face after hanging your drywall. There is some real skill involved in successfully taping dr
Paper tape is a type of weak adhesive tape that is used in painting, color coding, mounting and packaging. It is very easy to tear and can be removed without damaging the surface to which it is attached. There are several types of paper tapes, to inc
This house is about 20 years old and we purchased it last April without seeing any of this stuff. The inspection came back OK but we found a decent sized foundation crack on the walkthrough under some insulation (good times.
i am assuming that the situation you are describing is drywall on furring strips on concrete (so there is a 3/4" or so gap between the drywall and the concrete). if its drywall directly on concrete, see the first answer. if its the latter than see be
Foot step on Attic Drywall Ceiling Easy Fix! How to repair a cracked drywall ceiling with the furring strip trick. Attic step throughs happen more than one would think. Some worse than others
When water leaks onto drywall it can cause minor damage like staining to the paint finish; very severe damage like bulging in the wallboard; or some degree of damage in between, like bubbling joint compound and peeling tape. Repairing Major DamageWhe
Mounted directly to drywall, the TV can break the material posing a danger to both the wall, as well as anyone nearby. To avoid this, locate and use the wall studs behind your drywall as extra support. By mounting through the drywall into the studs b
Author Topic: Drilling prop vent holes jgkmmoore posted 09-11-2006 08:36 PM ET (US) I have a 13x19 SS Johnson prop on a 1982 John 140. Need to drill the vent holes to increase holeshot for water skiing. Somewhere, there exists a diagram with the hole