Drywall repair in a home is something which I find many people avoid, thinking that it is too hard or too difficult to do.
I used to be like that.
However, from personal experience it is not hard.
The trick is to have patience and the right technique.
We have written several short series of articles about repairing walls in different rooms in our home including a finished basement bedroom, a bathroom, an en suite bathroom, a potty room and a living room / home office.
In each case there were different set of circumstances.
So, I thought I summarize them together in one article. That way, you can scan our different repair experiences and go directly to a situation similar to ours.
And, if you have any drywall repair techniques different from ours which has worked well for you, please let us all know by adding a comment or two.
Repairing Drywall From Basement Leak Repair
Repairing Holes From Repositioned Towel Rack
Repairing Holes From Replaced Toilet Paper Holder
Repairing Crack Between Two Drywall Sheets
Repairing Crack Caused By French Doors
Please let us know any tips or tricks you use to repair drywall cracks in your own home so we can all learn.
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