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Top 100 Drywall Projects

  1. 31. Roto Zip Basics

    DIY Network host Paul Ryan demonstrates how the Roto Zip and its special zip bits can be used to cut difficult holes.

  2. 32. New Flue Installation: Replace Drywall

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

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  3. 33. How to Install Basement Drywall

    These step-by-step instructions demonstrate how to install drywall as a substrate for paneling to adhere to.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  4. 34. Drywall: Sand, Finish & Clean (03:14)

    Tips for sanding, finishing and cleaning up after drywall application

  5. 35. New Products Make Life Easier (00:03:21)

    Clever new products are unveiled in Vegas that can make your life easier.

  6. 36. Stress Cracks in Drywall (03:09)

    Repair a stress crack in a ceiling easily with these tips.

  7. 37. Frame Dividing Wall (1 minute) (00:57)

    Framing a dividing wall is a simple project that you can do yourself.

  8. 38. Best Mold Fighting Solutions (03:05)

    Here are effective tips for safely cleaning moldy areas in your home.

  9. 39. Specialty Tools (20:00)

    Host Chris Grundy looks at special tools for special jobs.

  10. 40. To Frame or Not (04:32)

    Check out this home building advice from do-it-yourself contractors.

  11. 41. Stylish Bathroom Lighting (02:47)

    Add instant charm to your bathroom with a new light fixture.

  12. 42. Buying a Hammer (04:53)

    Our expert shows how to select the perfect hammer for your tool box.

  13. 43. Spiral-Cutting Tool Basics

    DIY Network experts explain why a spiral-cutting tool is a great addition to any toolbox. See how it can cut through drywall, tile, har...

  14. 44. Hanging Drywall (01:48)

    Barbara Morris and Cindy Higby share their drywall-hanging experiences.

  15. 45. Drywall Delight (02:10)

    Scraps of drywall are great surfaces for making primitive relief carvings.

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