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There are screws made especially for that purpose. You can use galvanized roofing nails, rust-resistant drywall screws or bugle-head deck...
Mold can grow anywhere there is moisture, air and a food source for it to grow on. It can grow on virtually any surface if the conditions are right....
Type C gypsum board meets all of the requirements of Type X board, but it includes additional properties to enhance its fire...
Drywall is not fire proof, but the fire resistance rating is the length of time a wall can withstand fire and serve as a barrier and keep it from...
No. It needs to be replaced. Wallboard damaged by floodwater is a health hazard because there may be mud and contaminants dried up inside the...
Yes. Generally, 3/8” board is 0.32, 1/2” board is 0.45 and 5/8” board is...
To be a type X wallboard, the board must be made by adding noncombustible fibers with the gypsum. The fibers help the board to be more fire...
Yes, as long as the spacing of the fasteners is the same, and the length, head diameter and shank are the...
Either way is effective. For the best installation, I recommend a combination of both glue and...
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