Forum Title: Repairing a bad tape job - tips?
Hi, I am helping out my wife's company at the moment and have no real background in drywalling. But, with the help of this forum I have managed to get inspired and buy a full set of Columbia tools for her guys. Training is underway, but we have a way to go. We are about to start a job repairing someone else's poor work, I have attached pictures. What it really comes down to is, should I be breaking out the automatic taper and flat boxes to attack this kind of work, or is it better to leave my guys working with the hand tools? They are just getting their head round the new toys and have not used them in anger yet - only on the training wall that I have constructed. Also, how aggressive should we be on cutting the existing work back to find a good starting point? Sorry for being an amatuer, but I am fighting for our business. Any help is much appreciated. PS. We some of the most expensive labor in the world. Min wage is nearly 27USD per hour. So any time savings are like gold!!
Category: Drywall Post By: TRACEY QUINN (Pinellas Park, FL), 03/02/2018

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