Drywall in Garage
Im getting ready to install Drywall in my detached garage and have a couple questions.
This is an unheated garage, I may use a portable heater if I want to go out there and work in the winter, but for the most part it will be unheated.
I think Im gonna go with the moisture resistant drywall since its in a garage.
If I tape and compound the joints, will they crack from the freezing temps and large temp variation from summer time to the dead of winter?
Also, this may be a stupid question, but I always see drywall in bundles of 2 taped together, so does that mean the price is for the bundle, or just 1 single sheet?
Thanks in advance.....:thumbsup:
Last repsonse is pretty much right on the money.
We have drywalled hundred upon hudreds of garages.
Moisture Resistant sheet rock for a garage = Don't bother, unnecessary.
Cracking garage Drywall: Tho, anything can crack, especially if it is installed incorrectly, Don't worry about it.
Thanks for your help. I ordered regular the drywall.
Im only doing the walls, since I want to be able to have storage up in the trusses.
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