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    next tool on my wish list

    Columbia Taping Tools 7 in. Quick Clean Flat Finisher Box  fat boy Read More

    by icerock drywall on March 17, 2013Comments (2)
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    Welcome to the new Drywall Talk

    I'm excited to show you guys the new site. For the past 3 years Drywall Talk has been a simple forum  with categories and threads. Today, we are adding some major new featurse to the site but in reality they just build upon what we've already been doing. Product ReviewsMembers have always reviewed products that they are happy with in the f... Read More

    by Nathan on January 30, 2012Comments (10)
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    The mind of a drywall contractor

    Does it every end? Are we seriously addicted to new tool purchases like a substance addiction? Countless nights I sleep and think about screwing drywall with a cordless Hilti screwgun. You know the one that has the clutch, and goes for around $350.00 brand new. After just purchasing a new hilti cross-line laser, I thought my reckless spending wh... Read More

    by joepro0000 on June 23, 2012Comments (11)
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    Kicking off the dust

    Well i never knew i was such a drywall fan until i stumbled on this website. Drywall art? Really? Well now I know. I will b etaking the next drywall college class with trim tex. i definitely have a lot to learn.I have a small crew and I am feeling like i need to supply them with the best safety equipment possible. When it comes to drywall, who r... Read More

    by ChicagoHandyman on January 02, 2015Comments (1)
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    Knowing the Area You’re Working In

    Having an understanding of the geographic area your business operates in is vital to ensure growth and sustainability. Working as a contractor, you’ll be familiar with the idea that your income is reliant upon people seeking your services and hiring you to do work on their homes or businesses. But the crucial part of maintaining a flow of ... Read More

    by silb on March 24, 2017Comments (1)
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    Drifter's OWN; Blah- Blah on Invisi-Back Progress and Tips

      Hello Guys:  I know I've been silent for some time, but I've really been busy getting back into the business of specializing in repairing Cracks and Dings for new customers.  Just to let you know what's been going on withthe New Invisi-Back Drywall Crack Repair Backing Plate; I recently created a MS Power-Point Slide Presentati... Read More

    by Drifter on September 28, 2012Comments (3)
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    Basic DIY Tips

    When it comes to owning a home we all know that there’s a degree of maintenance and upkeep that’s required. Having the skills to be able to take care of your home can save you a great deal of money in repair men, and hassle when you can sort something yourself. There are a number of things that commonly go wrong in every home, but h... Read More

    by silb on December 06, 2017Comments (0)
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    Ensuring You Are Protected as a Contractor

    Working as a contractor in the trades industry has its benefits. Self-employment gives you a great degree in terms of working on your own terms and being your own boss. The ability to pick and choose jobs that are within your skill-set is a valuable thing. As everyone in the same job knows, however, there are also downsides and challenges. Work... Read More

    by silb on May 29, 2018Comments (0)
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    Drywall Stilts and Work Safety

    Murwall's plasterer have receive their training on the use and maintenance of stilts.   Stilts must be used with proper training and workers must complete practical experience in the use of stilts . Murwall's plasterers stilts are from a recognized industry manufacturer who is providing an instruction manual on their correct use that ... Read More

    by Mur-Wall on May 22, 2018Comments (0)
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