Drywall: Pro Tips for Hanging and Finishing

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Creative Homeowner, 1999 - House & Home - 142 pages
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Drywall (also known as gypsum wallboard) is by far the most popular and practical material for finishing interior walls. Drywall: Pro Tips for Hanging and Finishing provides you with an extensive survey of all the tools and materials needed for hanging drywall, and covers in detail the mechanics of estimating, cutting, hanging, and finishing the panels. The book pays special attention to difficult situations such as hanging drywall panels on ceilings, curved walls, and stairwells. It also deals with patching holes, trouble-shooting, and applying special finishes.

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Have to say it I was very skeptical Not now I love this book. it is very informative and offers many trick and Hint. Highly Recommended! Read full review

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About the author (1999)

John D. Wagner has been involved with the construction trades for over 20 years. He is Executive Director of Public Relations at BuildNet, and author of the Creative Homeowner book House Framing. As a journalist, Wagner has published hundreds of articles in such magazines as Builder, Fine Woodworking, Journal of Light Construction, Old House Journal, Popular Science, and Today's Homeowner.

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