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Old 02-24-2014, 05:59 PM   #1
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Do I need any additional studs at the intersection of these walls? As the pictures show (hopefully) I added a stud behind the stud of the left wall for sheet rock attachment. I'll add another to the other side. There is a stud perpendicular to the cement wall that you can't see. Anything else needed? Thanks
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Looks fine to me. Hang the drywall on left first so you can fully screw into the wood with out having to angle screw. The right has a lot of wood to bite so no issues there.

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Do you have your drywall on the ceiling? Or is that ceiling going to be finished? If you are going to add more dry wall to the ceiling, then I would put nailers around the top plate.
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There's drywall on the ceiling, no texture, taped joints showing. I'll give it some attention before painting.
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