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Top 100 Drywall Projects

  1. 31. The Biddle Job (03:28)

    The Biddles decide to renovate their family room in the dead of winter.

  2. 32. Buying a Hammer (04:53)

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

  3. 33. Gorilla Gripper (00:01:12)

    Check out this tool designed to help one person carry plywood with ease.

  4. 34. Master Bath Ironing Station (05:01)

    Host Amy Matthews helps a homeowner install a built-in ironing station.

  5. 35. How to Patch Drywall With Josh (00:01:00)

    Any DIYer can patch drywall with Josh Temple's easy-to-follow tips.

  6. 36. 10 Things You Must Know: Drywall

    DIY Network experts offer 10 tips on choosing and installing drywall.

  7. 37. How to Hang Quarter-Inch Drywall

    Use these step-by-step instructions to hang quarter-inch drywall over existing drywall, saving time and money.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  8. 38. Killer Kitchen Trade Secrets (20:00)

    These tricks of the trade will have you making kitchen upgrades like a pro.

  9. 39. Repairing Drywall (01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics for repairing drywall.

  10. 40. Drywall and Windows

    Useful tips about windows and drywall that every DIYer should know -- from the experts at the DIY Network.

  11. 41. Closing Up the Walls: Finishing the Drywall

    As the Home IQ team follows this home construction process, the second drywall crew arrives to begin the finishing the drywall phase. R...

  12. 42. 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.

  13. 43. Drywall: Materials & Tools (03:39)

    A guide to choosing the right drywall and the tools needed to install it.

  14. 44. How to Repair Drywall (06:29)

    Here's a brief overview of how to repair damaged drywall.

  15. 45. Corey Blind Mark (00:01:00)

    This system takes the guesswork out of finding boxes behind drywall.

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