October 1, 2022 at 7:00 AM
Many homes throughout the U.S. use drywalling as an inexpensive and effective indoor walling solution. It’s easier to handle, quick to install, and less messy than brick-and-mortar walling. However, drywall is vulnerable to impact breakage and water damage because of its porous plaster and paper makeup. Luckily, this damage only requires a patch, sanding, or stain removal. But in more extreme cases, large sections of drywall may need to be replaced by a professional contractor.