Drywall installers hang boards on the ceilings and walls of a room by attaching them to the wood framework with screws or nails. Drywall installing and finishing are not complicated tasks, but professionals use many tricks and techniques to make performing responsibilities easier for their workers. For example, drywall workers install boards on the ceiling first to allow drywall finishers to more easily do their job later.
To avoid large gaps, drywall installers hang the boards on the ceiling first. They push each board flat against the ceiling. Along the edges of the ceiling, the installers push the boards as close as possible to the walls to help minimize gaps. However, installers often must cut the drywall so it fits properly, which means that some edges where a ceiling meets the wall will be rough and uneven.
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