Do you know how to handle mold on drywall? Read these tips to get some ideas
Be careful when you cut drywalls
If you have a hole on your drywall and need to cut off a piece to replace it, be careful. Check first whether there are electrical wires passing behind that part of the drywall to avoid cutting them, too. Even then, it's good to disconnect the power just to make sure drywall removal is done safely.
Don’t be tempted to pull out a popped drywall nail
This is a common problem, especially in newly build walls where the wood frame dries and shrinks. It is easy to spot a nail which has popped up. However, you must not pull it out as this may affect the structure of the wall or ceiling adversely. The fix involves the addition of another nail next to the problematic one.