Wall Repairs

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worker with mask sanding drywall compound on wall
How to Sand Joint Compound

Get smooth results with these pro tips.

a hole in a pink stucco wall
3 Tips When Filling a Deep Hole in a Wall

Reboot your wall to a clean, flat slate.

A crack and hole in drywall that needs to be repaired.
How to Repair Holes in Drywall

Patching holes in drywall is relatively easy.

A hole in drywall.
How to Fix a Hole in the Wall

Every house will acquire holes throughout its life.

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A Guide to Removing Wall Marks with Soaps and Chemicals

Wall marks are annoying and can be difficult to remove.

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Ceiling Drywall Repair

Technically it is over your head, but you've got this.

Home Interior Drywall Construction
How to Repair Water-Damaged Sheetrock

Water-damaged drywall is hard to repair and time-consuming.

spreading compound on a drywall hole
Fixing Damaged Drywall

Drywall is a frequent victim of bumps from furniture.

What is the best type of paint to use when painting silicone caulk?

Painting over silicone caulk is, at best, a challenge.

Patching drywall
Repairing and Patching Drywall Holes

Patching drywall holes is a basic DIY task.

hands applying drywall tape to seal
Fiberglass vs Paper: Which to Use for Drywall Taping

How to choose your drywall tape by its intended purpose.

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How to Remove Drywall Texture

The process to remove drywall texture can be an easy one. Drywall comes complete with many defects, lumps

How to Repair Travertine Wall Tile

Add a touch of elegance to your bathroom or kitchen walls.

Drywall Water Damage Repair

Water damage repair is necessary as soon as it occurs.

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6 Steps to Remove Concrete Coatings

Protective coating and sealant may seep into the holes.

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Drywall Repair: How to Repair Nail Pops

Nail pops reduces the overall attractiveness of the surface; that is why it is important to carry out

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3 Common Uses for Silicone Adhesive

Find out more uses around the house for silicone adhesive.

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How to Properly Apply a Self Adhesive Drywall Patch

Your wall should end up looking smooth and scar free.

Fixing Drywall Nail Pops

Unnecessary where drywall screws are used.

Texturing Drywall Repairs

Normally drywall repairs are simple and straightforward.

Mudding a section of drywall
Drywall Joint Repair

Grab your tape and mud, again.

How to Repair Cracks and Holes in Sheetrock

Learn to repair cracks and holes in sheetrock.

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Answers to Interior Walls Questions #2

Older homes can have significant cracks.

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How to Apply Acrylic Caulk

The advantages of acrylic latex caulk and how to use it.

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DIY Drywall Repair

If it's not a huge job, you can save yourself some money.

A contractor's materials like silicone caulk.
How Long Does Silicone Caulk Need to Dry?

Working with silicone caulk is a great skill for any DIYer. Knowing what factors into caulk dry time can help in your future project planning.

Someone uses joint compound.
Tips on Joint Compound Sanding

Joint compound is generally used when installing drywall.

Caulking around the base of a toilet.
Acrylic Caulk vs. Silicone Caulk

Get to know the differences between acrylic and silicone caulking before you start on your next home improvement project.

How to Give a Crackle Texture to a Venetian Plaster Finish

Traditionally it has a glossy finish like polished marble.

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What's the Difference Between Drywall Mud and Spackle?

Drywall mud is also known as joint compound.

How to Repair Wallboard Seams

Repairing wallboard seams is so easy you can do it yourself.

7 Best Uses for a Drywall Trowel

A drywall trowel is a useful tool to have around.

How to Repair Sheetrock after Wallpaper Removal

When removing wallpaper from sheetrock damage can occur.

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5 Tips for Smoothing Silicone Caulk

Get a smooth, professional look to your caulking almost every time with these tips.

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Sheetrock Repair When Chalk Layer is Showing

Drywall surface repairs are usually an easy job.

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The Differences Between Faux Venetian Plaster and Venetian Plaster

How to choose the right Venetian Plaster for your house.

Home Interior Drywall Construction
How to Reface Sheetrock Walls

Give your walls a surface facelift.

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How to Apply Silicone Caulk

The application of silicon caulk is a regular task.

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What is the best way to remove drywall tape?

Removing drywall tape can be a messy process, so use sheets or plastic to protect carpets and furniture. Use a utility knife to cut both ends of the tape that needs to be removed. Do not press hard enough to cut the drywall itself. Use a sponge to dampen the tape and allow it to soak for a few minutes.

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How do I safely remove drywall screws from a wall?

Drywall screws can “pop” or loosen within the wall and cause an unsightly bulge on the surface of the wall. Removing these screws is the only way to correct the bulge. Start by using a utility knife to carefully cut around the center of the bulged area. Then scrape the drywall around this hole, carefully

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How to Repair Cracks in an Interior Stucco Wall

Although interior stucco is not used as much in home construction as exterior stucco, when it is used the homeowner will need to know how to repair it when it develops crack; otherwise, he will find himself paying the expensive costs of hiring a contractor to do the job. With the right instructions,

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Best Materials to Use for Major Sheetrock Repair

As a homeowner you may eventually find it necessary to take on a project for sheetrock repair or drywall as it is sometimes called. If you plan to make your own repairs to walls in your home, or if you plan to finish a basement or remodel rooms in your home, you'll find that you'll need certain sheetrock

How to Repair a Cracked Wall Tile

Have a cracked wall tile? You'll want to fix it quickly.

Two Holes in Plaster Wall
How to Fix a Hole in the Wall with Spackle

A hole in the wall is an easy fix with a spackling compound.