Water damage can be devastating to your home. One of the mistakes that homeowners make when they are in recovery mode from water damage is they try to save the drywall because they are unsure how to replace the drywall after a flood event. Getting rid of water-damaged drywall is necessary to ensure that you are not inviting mold to grow in your home.
Watching this video will show you the step-by-step process of removing the old drywall and installing the new drywall.
Replacing drywall is easier than you think. All you need is the drywall, joint compound, and some hand tools to make seamless repairs to the drywall in your home. Anyone can do this after watching this video. To begin, you will need to cut away the old, damaged drywall. The new drywall should be cut precisely so that it can fit tightly into the gap in your wall. To help secure it in place, you can add a thin furring strip made of wood around the opening.
Watch this video tutorial now to see how easy it can be to make DIY repairs on your own to your drywall, save some money in the process, and recover from damage caused by water.