07:42AM | 04/14/05
Member Since: 08/28/02
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The contractor that did some work on our house (he was a new contractor for us) ruined the drywall that he put on. We had to have 2 posts to replace a load bearing wall. Long story short...the pieces that he put on the corners, aren't sticking - they are lifting and look horrible - all over! I know I have the option to tear down the drywall and redo it, but I would like to avoid that if possible. I am thinking of covering the posts with something like FiberDecor, or venetian plaster....any other ideas????


10:12AM | 04/14/05
Member Since: 06/06/03
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This may seem simplistic Laurie, but how about calling him up and asking him to come out and fix it?

If it's as bad as you say, he ought to, just out of professional pride. Did he ever come out and inspect the drywaller's work?


-k2 in CO

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