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New Flue Installation: Replace Drywall

Learn how to complete a new flue installation by replacing and painting the cut drywall.

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Top 100 Drywall Projects

  1. 1. Drywall Tools and Prep

    DIY Network explains the essential tools needed for installing drywall.

  2. 2. Nextec Multi-Tool (01:17)

    Craftsman's multitasking Nextec Multi-Tool lets you cut, scrape and sand.

  3. 3. Hilti Drywall Screwdriver (01:03)

    With its ergonomics & auto feed, this drywall driver makes the job easier.

  4. 4. Drywall Basics: Measuring, Prep and the Different Types

    DIY Network has install tips and handy formulas for figuring out how much drywall you'll need.

  5. 5. Insulation and Interior Walls

    The do-it-yourself contractors from DIY Network's Be Your Own Contractor discuss the various aspects of interior walls and insulation.

  6. 6. Tips and Tricks for Accurately Cutting Drywall

    DIY Network has pro tips on how to properly cut and fit drywall.

  7. 7. Rasps and Files - 2 (04:51)

    Demonstrating the uses for a wide variety of useful rasps and files.

  8. 8. Installing Drywall on Ceilings, Arches and Around Curves

    DIY Network has instructions on how to install drywall in the trickiest places.

  9. 9. Closing Up the Walls: Hanging Drywall

    As we follow the Obergs' home construction process, the homeowners take a walk through the house to make sure various facets are in the...

  10. 10. Replacing a Medicine Cabinet (01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for replacing a medicine cabinet.

  11. 11. Thickness Counts (01:51)

    When choosing drywall thickness, consider the walls you'll be covering.

  12. 12. The Big Basement (03:42)

    Scott saves more than $14,000 by acting as his own general contractor.

  13. 13. Finishing Drywall: Tape and Joint Compound

    DIY Network has instructions on how to apply tape and joint compound to drywall.

  14. 14. Step 4: Nail Pop Repair (01:23)

    Here's how to repair drywall where a nail has popped through the surface.

  15. 15. How to Hang Drywall on a Cinderblock Wall

    When you attach drywall to a cinderblock or cement wall, you'll need something called hat channel.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
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