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Ceiling drywall

Posted by Bashobi on October 15th, 1999 04:35 PM

Hi, Recently we has water damage from upstairs bathroom's
toilet overflowing, because of non-flushing. The water damaged
the drywall of the ceiling downstairs, and the restoration
people cut open 1 sq.ft. section to let the dehimidifiers do their
work. My concern is , will patching up only this cut-open part
of drywall and then re-texturing be good enough, or should the
entire sheet be replaced. This is a new house, and I fear that in
the future, after the builder's warranty expires, that we may
see a buckling of the drywall.

PLease let me know quickly, through personal email,
as the builder seems in a hurry to finish his work, and I am not
wholly comfortable with his 'patch-up' sugsestion.

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