Non drywall installer a lady

How do I take down the drywall or wall paneling?

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by: DrywallTeam

Hello,
Thanks for posting taking down drywall is a fairly simple task. First I am going post two pages for your to read on the site. http://www.drywall-how-to.com/drywall-demolition.html and http://www.drywall-how-to.com/drywall-safety.html to give you a starting point.
The first step is to punch a hole in the drywall I typically due this with a hammer. Try to shoot for about 5 foot in height and be weary of whats on the wall behind. Once you have a hole simply use your hands or a pry bar and work the drywall off. If it is drywall and not lathe and plaster it should come off fairly easy. Breaking in decent size pieces and saving a large mess. As with ceiling use a pry bar and follow the same concept.
You will want to remove your trim before you start to remove your drywall. With drywall you will have to come back through and back out all of the screws which can be a bit time consuming since they usually just pull through. If it is lathe and plaster it will be a bit different.


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