The Drywall Dilemma: Lessons Learned from the School of Finish Failures

In reality, the blame has to be assigned in part to materials that have changed since the guidance document’s origination some 20-plus years ago. Other factors also are at play, which we’ll get to shortly.

These projects are of interest because they all had one common denominator: the finishes specified for the drywall system were “smooth wall” or “Level IV” finishes.

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