Asked in Building and CarpentryDrywall
Building and Carpentry
How do you become a drywall installor?
May 03, 2009 12:55AM
you can apply to some trade schools as a I.S.M. ( interior systems mechanic) or you can go to a job site where drywallers/ tapers are present and ask for an apprenticship. most drywallers have lernt " on the job" training.
Asked in Building and Carpentry, Drywall
Does drywall become stronger if it gets wet and then dries?
No. In fact the drywall will be ruined and need to be replaced. It will not be structurally sound and will attract mold. Certain types of drywall are more resistant to water and are used in areas that might get wet such as a kitchen or bathroom. But even then, it would need to be replaced in the scenario presented in the question.