Steps In Drywall Finishing And Taping Coat

The drywall requires fine steps to finish off. Finishing a drywall involves a week of work and a great deal of joint compound. This drywall finishing gives your home or office a very fine look and feel. It covers nail holes which also depends on your room size and the level of the experience worker. The entire process takes to finish around four days from taping to finishing to final coat. Make sure before you start the next step you have finished the current work. A drywall contractor also usually offers painting and other finishing service.

Steps in finishing drywall

Dry-wall finishing seems to be longer process but it takes a fewer finishing works which can be done easily by the experienced person. Many folks think drywall is a time-consuming process but it is a standard wall covering work requires fewer finishing skills and affordable pay .Finishing drywall includes three stages. The first work is a taping process then filler step and the last one is finishing coat. These three steps are primarily important in drywall. The objective of finishing drywall or finishing with plaster is to create illusion that the wall consists of one flat. Many problems involved in drywall installation finishing so before starting the taping work make sure corner bead is installed on all outside corners of the room.

The fine most steps in finishing process are called taping step. This step contains embedding drywall tape over the joints in the wall and ceilings. Some will choose the fast setting compounds to speed-up but that will leads to the long process in drywall finishing. In premixed compound, do not stir the compound too vigorously in the bucket this will leads to form air into the mixture, which will create little bubbles and craters on the surface.

First coat:

Apply a thin layer of joint compound to the seam and then apply a joint compound over the tape with the drywall knife. Smooth the compound into place

Second coat:

Applying the second coat of compound takes more fineness than the first coat. Using the wider knife will able to finish of the imperfections caused in the first coat. Using the drywall knife apply a second coat of joint compound to each seam. Feather the edges of the joints and make sure there is no air bubbles present in it.

Third coat:

If you are able to spread smooth, blended layers of joints during the previous steps then the third coat could be easier to you. After the second coat is dry, smooth a pole sander across any bumps or humps .the third coating should give the best finishing and should pay extra attention. Using a paint roller with an extension is also making it easier to apply the third coat to any ceiling joints. If you choose drywall knife to finish coating choose a knife which is wider than the previous step because if we do in an imperfection way it leads to more work again and again.

At the End process prepare the drywall joint compound to begin with; add water if needed and mix well. Use paint roller and paint tray, to spread the joint compound across and finally use a trowel to smooth the compound for a finish.