If you’ve ever noticed a small bulge or raised area in your wall, there’s a good chance it’s a nail pop. Nail pops occur when the nails that hold drywall in place become loose and begin to protrude through the surface. Although they’re most commonly found in older homes, they can occur in any type of construction. Nail pops are usually easy to fix and cause no structural damage. However, if left untreated, they can worsen over time and become a bigger problem. If you have a nail pop, simply drive the nail back into place with a hammer and […]

If you’ve ever had a drywall crack that keeps coming back, you know how frustrating it can be. You patch it, and it comes back. You patch it again, and it comes back again. It’s enough to make you want to give up and live with the crack. But don’t give up just yet! There are a few things you can do to keep that crack from spreading further. If you find a drywall crack that has already spread, the first thing you should do is think about how you can stop the crack from spreading further. A quarter-inch stoneUltra […]

Corners of drywall are slightly more difficult to handle than flat layer, and less experienced workers may not be able to spread enough mud or scrape the tape sufficiently. As a result, the tape is bubbling and separating. This problem is not difficult to solve, but other problems can arise due to cracks appear in the corners. Drywall cracks in corners of walls often indicate that the wall is swaying and will eventually reappear when you covered them with mud. Even if you can’t harden the wall, you can strengthen the corners of the drywall so that they don’t crack […]