Most homes have drywall dressing their walls in at least one area. Having smooth, structured drywall seems straightforward enough, but the truth of the matter is that even with drywall, there are many nuances involved when it comes to installation. Drywall mudding creates a surface without any cracks or lines. Inside corners may require more mud than the seams, while outside corners draw more attention and wear-and-tear.
To find out more about providing the finishing touch to your interior design, take a look at the following articles on drywall installation. We cover all the steps, from hanging drywall to taping it, even on arches and rounded corners. If you’ve already installed your drywall, see if our library collections on drywall painting and drywall repair help you.
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