Drywall gets damaged, that’s readily apparent to anyone who knows a thing or two about it. It’s really just compressed gypsum between some thin cardboard, after all. The damage your wall takes and the effect it has on you can range from cosmetic to borderline-structural, and it’s important for any home owner to know how at least the basics of fixing things in the event of an impact on the wall.
Choosing a Method
Repairing drywall isn’t DIY-wizardy, it’s remarkably simple and if you give it a shot you might be surprised at how well you do. If you have the slightest hint of mechanical aptitude you can save a lot of money by doing these repairs yourself.
The main thing here is precision. Be as precise as possible, and move slowly if you have to, because the improved end results will be well worth the wait.