I didn’t know sheetrocking was so easy. Is it sheetrocking or drywalling? I am not down with the lingo. Anyway, I got one wall finished. I used the Dremel to make the cuts around the outlets and the doorway. It has this pretty cool rotating cutting tool. It goes through the drywall like a wicked hot knife through melting butter.
I screwed the sheetrock up, put some joint compound on the seams and taped it up. Then, I put a thin layer of joint compound over the tape. I hope that’s how you do it. I read up and that’s what people are saying.
One unexpected little task I had to complete was to move an outlet so it would be accessible from the counter top and not from behind a huge pantry. That was easy enough.
Here are some photos…
I have an appointment at the kitchen place at 4PM to pick out the counter tops and hardware. I also assume I will be giving them a check. When I get back, I am going to put up the other wall. Basically, I can have half of the kitchen drywalled today. Not bad for a web guy.