Time to fix that ceiling damaged by water, once and for all!
If you’ve ever had a leak on the floor above you, you’ve probably had to figure out how to repair a ceiling damaged by water. Or, if you’re anything like us, you probably want to know how to repair a ceiling damaged by water — since your ceiling is still sitting there with a big hole in it (GUILTY AS CHARGED). Truth be told, the giant hole in my ceiling has been sitting there for almost a full YEAR since the bathroom upstairs sprang a leak in July of last year. I’m not proud of it, but it’s the truth. Time to fix that ceiling damaged by water once and for all.
In this multi-part YouTube series, Joe shares with us how to repair a ceiling damaged by water. Watch on to learn more!
Part 1: How do you know when you have to remove the actual sheetrock rather than just patch over the water damaged ceiling area, with some sheetrock mud? Do I have to cover anything in the room, before starting to repair the area that has water damage to it? How messy is it really going to get? Joe answers these questions and more in Part 1.
Part 2: Now it’s time to cut some sheetrock! Joe is going to share with us just how so we can fix the ceiling damaged by water.
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Part 3: Still with us? Joe says now is the time we’ll really start to get busy!
Part 4: We’re so close to having that ceiling damaged by water repaired! Only a few more steps and we’ll be DONE!
Part 5: OK, that was a bit of a teaser. We’ve still got a few more steps to go to fix that ceiling damaged by water. But it’s already starting to come together, no?
What do you think of Joe’s advice? Do you feel ready to tackle that ceiling damaged by water as a weekend project? Let us know if you give it a try!