Walls and Ceilings
Drywall panel installation techniques are fairly standard. The real trick to achieving great-looking results lies in how well the panels are finished.
A poorly finished drywall surface may show visible "joint banding" or "photographing" problems. These terms refer to a noticeable difference in appearance between the drywall panel and the treated joint areas. The problem stems from the fact that the drywall face paper and the joint compounds used to finish panel joints have different porosities and textures. That means that they accept paint differently, and those differences can remain visible even after the surface has been painted.
Hire a professional to avoid these unwanted results.
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