Drywall: Damaged Above Shower?

Answer Drywall, alternatively called gypsum board or sheetrock, is a product made from gypsum plaster and construction-grade paper. It is the most widely used material for walls and ceilings in modern hom... Read More »

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How to Repair Damaged Drywall After Removing Wallpaper?

Many times it is preferable to remove wallpaper and paint the drywall underneath. No matter how carefully wallpaper is removed there is going to be minor damage to the drywall. Repairing the damage... Read More »

How to Repair Damaged Drywall From Removing Wallpaper?

Removing wallpaper from drywall often results in minor damage to the drywall. It leaves small indentations, exposed gypsum (the chalky mineral drywall is made from) and minor water damage. But ease... Read More »

Do I Put Drywall in My Shower?

A finished shower includes covering the wall and ceiling framing with paneled material, which is true regardless of what type of shower you install -- fiberglass enclosures, tiled surfaces or paint... Read More »

What Drywall Should You Use in a Shower?

Using the correct drywall in a shower is critical because of the environment's moisture. Moisture eventually rots drywall. Buying a certain type of the product and treating it in the correct way, h... Read More »