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Old 08-11-2013, 07:18 PM   #16
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Drywall sheets didn't meet on a stud


Unfortunately I can't remove the sheet and reinstall as the stairs are already there. Ill cut it back to the studs and reinstall a piece. Thanks for all the info!

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Rock is cheap, and yes you can remove it and redo. Always go horizontal on Drywall, never vertical.
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Drywall sheets didn't meet on a stud


If you can move the one sheet say 5/8" out past the other then rip a strip of 1/2" ply say 3-4" wide and slip it in behind, screw both sheets to this and Bob is your uncle.
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[QUOTE=gregzoll;1228093]Rock is cheap, and yes you can remove it and redo. Always go horizontal on Drywall, never vertical.[/QUOTE]

Not always true.
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Rock is cheap, and yes you can remove it and redo. Always go horizontal on Drywall, never vertical.
Not necessarily. Consider all details and decide after weighing pros and cons.

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