Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Garage Drywall

The last time you saw the corner of the garage, we had pulled out the cabinet and revealed a hole in the drywall.
It was time to fill that hole, so we started by making it bigger.

I wanted to have the seam be on a stud, so we had to expand the hole to the next stud.
Garages clearly don't need insulation.
After cutting the filler piece, we only had to adjust it 47 times to get the perfect fit.

Since this is the garage, it doesn't have to be perfect.  Tape and mud is a little more effort than I want to put in, so a little spackle smoothed things out enough.

A coat of primer on the patch and the area where the cabinet was cleaned everything up quite a bit.

Now we're ready to install the smaller cabinet and sink.

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