There are many aspects of drywall such as
Hanging, Finishing, Texturing, & Stomping.
The inside and outside corners along with arched doorways.
Drywall Finishing isn’t for just anyone.
Finishing Drywall is something that only few are capable of.
A DIY drywall job that should only take a professional a few days to do,
could turn into a Nightmare the DIY homeowner.
To get to a level 5 finish is the best finish you can possible get.
Most homes are only a level 3 or 4 due to the low levels of light.
Most offices are a level 5 optimizing intense light and a
customers first impression of the business.
Hanging drywall itself may look easy, but it is not as simple as it looks.
Drywall is heavy awkward, & must be hung specifically.
Drywall has to be spaced from the floor and ceiling.
This spacing is necessary so it has room to expand and contract.
Then end result with no spacing is cracked walls and broken seams.
Your best bet is to hire Professional Drywall Contractor.
Drywall Contractor most likely will make quick work of your project.
If you plan on Painting yourself you may find several
imperfections after your first primer coat.
Most Drywall Contractor are aware of this and
plan to revisit for small touch ups when finished.
Finishing Drywall Is Most Definitely NOT a DIY project.
Once you have applied too much mudd, you might just have to
rip out the drywall and start over.
Wall texturing works well for accent walls.
Old lapboard and plaster walls are also perfect candidates for texturing.
Texturing hides all of the cracks and imperfections.
Stomping your ceiling is perfect for giving you home a richer look.
Drywall Stomping brushes come in many shapes and styles.
Broom heads also made perfect ceiling texturing tools as well.