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Posted by ASM on March 7th, 1998 09:52 PM
In reply to Testing Samples - Where to take & Other by Brian Ewing on March 7th, 1998 08:52 AM [Go to top of thread]

Thank you again. I fully understand the least effecting
method(s). I am anxious to start, and a bit fearful of what
we might find, however, after extensively (very impressive!)
examining your web site, I now know what our end result
can be (it's not as hard for me to envision the end
result - art is my background - but restoration is a
whole new avenue/adventure).
Question, if necessary, can a drywall section be
joined (for lack of a better term) with plaster. The
problem being an entire 2'x 8'(give or take without
proper measuring) plastered ceiling section had been
removed to gain access to plumbing. We're brainstorming
on how to camouflage an access to the plumbing, without
losing the integrity of the plaster. We thought that
the actual "access" may have to be made from drywall,
while the rest of the section can be replaced with
plaster. Are we too far off?
By the way, I "bookmarked" ""
and you are so very correct, to drywall over, or in place
of plaster seems downright criminal! - ASM

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