This drywall installation tip is brought to you by: Scotty-Scotts
Contracting, St Louis Renewable Energy. A full service General
Contractor for the St Louis Region.
How do you cut the Man-Hours needed to hang drywall on the Ceiling of a Building?
A simple drywall hoist or lift will make hanging drywall on the ceiling a breeze. Let the hoist do the work instead of your Arms and Head!
|Installing the Last Sheet of Drywall on the Front Room Ceiling|
After the Drywall is Installed now its time to mud and tape the joints for a smooth finish. I generally use: either paper or sticky tape with 2-4 layers of sheet rock mudd. Lightly sanding the areas after 3rd and 4th layer. Don’t forget after priming the new drywall with “New Drywall Primer” -Fill in any voids or missed spots for a truely uniform finish.
|Drywall Installed Good Start on the Mudd and Tape!|
|2nd Layer of Sheet Rock Mudd|
Thank you for stopping by St Louis Renewable Energy. Feel free to comment in the section below or contact Scotty for any Home Improvement Projects or Energy Reducing Needs and Scotty, Scotts Contracting will respond ASAP. Company Web Address: http://www.stlouisrenewableenergy.com