Hanging a drywall is a kind of job that you can learn to do it yourself. So, as long as you have an ability to complete the job yourself why you should need the help of the professional and spend your money? You better save it since how to hang a drywall is not as difficult as you imagine.
To hang a drywall, firstly you can look at the top plate, the area that runs across the top of the wall studs and mark the joists locations to start hanging the drywall from the corner. After that, depending on the wall and joists, measure, mark the drywall to fit in. the butt, the end of the drywall sheet should be center on a joist. Lean the sheet against the wall with the good side, the smooth and brilliant white versus the dull white side facing you. Mark the sheet using the T-square as a guide and score it with utility knife. The sharper the knife, the better. Snap the remnants from the line you have made and cut it through the paper backing. The next step of how to hang a drywall is put the drywall into place. You need to climb a ladder and place it. Drive five screws to the drywall and space them evenly along the joist in the middle of the sheet. Keep give ½-inch away from the edge of the sheet and repeat the step for the other joist lines. Stagger by four feet the butt joints to break joint lines. Smear lipstick, chalk or crayon on the rim of electrical boxes and tightly hold the sheet and push the mark with your fist. Take down the sheet, cut the marked area using rotary cut-off tool and use the shape to trace around for the next cut. Repeat the step for the other pieces until all the wall is covered. Cut out the opening to trim the door and window, cut along the two sides using your saw, score and break the piece.
Although how to hang a drywall is a bit complicated, you can easily learn it and hang your own drywall yourself.
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