How To Drywall

This page will walk you, step-by-step, through the entire process of drywall installation. Anyone can learn to drywall. It is not complicated, though it requires patience.

The first question is: why drywall? Drywall is a relatively cheap, attractive, and energy efficient way to refinish and construct rooms. Drywall is sturdy, fairly simple to construct, and easy to paint or finish.

Most professionals charge thousands of dollars to drywall even a single room. And hundreds or thousands to repair or patch damaged drywall.

By learning how to drywall and doing it yourself, you can save hundreds or thousands on the cost of refinishing or constructing a room.

As you follow the step-by-step guides found through the site, you will realize how easy it is to learn to install drywall. It will require some hard work and some tools. But in the end it will be something that you can feel proud of while saving yourself a boatload of money in the process. contains more than just step-by-step guides. You will find helpful drywall photos, professional drywall tips, and lists of necessary drywall tools.

This page will cover the entire process from start to finish.

You will learn about selecting the right type of drywall; how to estimate the amount of drywall you’ll need; the process of gathering tools; preparing and hanging drywall; mudding and taping drywall; repairing drywall cracks and holes; and finally the finishing and priming process.

And along the way we hope to keep you amused as well. It is always best not to lose one’s sense of humor, especially when undertaking a task for the first time.

So go ahead, browse through the various pages below.

We wish you the best of luck in learning how to drywall! We’ll be with you every step of the way.

How To Repair Drywall
Repair Drywall Nail Holes
Repair Drywall Dents
Patch Drywall Holes
Repair Drywall Cracks
Drywall Demolition
Drywall Preparation
Drywall Estimator
Drywall Cost
Drywall Materials
Drywall Tape
Drywall Tools
Drywall Installation
Hanging Drywall
Drywall Ceiling
Cutting Drywall
How To Tape Drywall
Drywall Corner Bead
Mudding Drywall
Finishing Drywall

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