Plan and process for great results. Drywalling general falls into two main categories for home or office renovations, being, installation of new drywall, or patching and repairing existing drywalled surfaces. In the first instance consider the following: An exterior wall or interior wall. This will determine the needs for vapor barrier and insulation. Though not common, interior walls can be insulated for soundproofing if desired, or soundproofing board may be installed behind the drywall for extreme soundproofing needs. Normally however interior walls do not require insulation. Use a "lifter" or shims to raise the drywall sheets approx. 1/4" off of the finished floor surface. This will protect the drywall from absorbing moisture from accidental water leaks covering the flooring. The resultant gap is sealed by the floor plate and the visual gap hidden by the baseboard. Use drywall screws in a regular, even pattern of every 8-10" on each stud being sure to sink the head below the surface of the drywall but not breaking the paper covering. A minimum of two coats of mud are applied over screw heads with sanding after each coat has thoroughly dried. The taped seams require a minimum of three coats, each sanded, to produce a smooth, sound surface for painting. Remember new drywall must be primed before painting with a recommended primer for drywall. Call us for more information on this application or for patching drywall needs.