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John Ryland, from Maumee, Ohio, has a tough a problem as any tailor trying to patch clothes. "I took down a small wall in our kitchen and either side of where the wall was the ceiling has what's known as a crow's foot pattern in the drywall and of course where the wall was the […]

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A tear in the drywall paper can be repaired. Drywall repair can be done without replacing the entire sheet of drywall or sheetrock. Here are some tips on how to repair drywall.

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Drywall corner beads must be properly installed if you want a professional looking corner. Once the drywall is installed correctly, these tips will help with the corner bead. Get it right and the finished drywall corner will look great.

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A leaking roof or water line break can cause water damage in your home. Water damaged drywall needs to be repaired before the ceiling drywall falls down or before water damage mold starts growing.

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Tim Carter demonstrates how to prevent cracks at corners where two pieces of metal drywall cornerbead intersect. This handy tip give your drywall taping a professional look. This tip will work on either drywall repair or when you install drywall.

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