How to do Basic Home Repairs : How to Repair Holes in Drywall for Home Improvement



Learn the basics of how to fix a hole in drywall or sheetrock from a home repair professional in this free online DIY home improvement video. Expert: Greg Lim …

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28 Responses to “How to do Basic Home Repairs : How to Repair Holes in Drywall for Home Improvement”

  1. More home improvement video would be great.

  2. aysen1001 says:

    its been 3 years now, how did it go?

  3. Lol i feel u bro ya just punched a hole in my wall

  4. levi margera says:

    Punch your wall ? I punch my dresser lol

  5. Um Bom Video e uma Boa aula gostei muito gratificante mesmo brigado exptvillage por enviar 

  6. IncRapper says:

    LMFAO!!!!!!!!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

  7. Tyzooo says:

    Wtf is this.. i punched another hole in my wall cuz this didnt help me at all..

  8. Thanks for the drywall tips!

  9. I did that, but its still bumpy. Please help!

  10. Moe Street says:

    Jus put a hole n the wall with my phone this will b a great e z fix thnks

  11. Anna Olivas says:

    Since youre moving(lol nvrmd i just saw the date) Happy 18th birthday

  12. Great home repair tips. Servall Pest Control can help you with home repair.

  13. skunkpep says:

    @casetopia kicked it but yeah lol

  14. Layne Medema says:

    I have about 60 throwing knife sized holes should I still do the same thing

  15. @casetopia well… my dad drove our car into our garage door…. so technically, yes

  16. Loqucious says:

    Nice video, it looks like an easy fix. I was running a tv cable line in to my room and mangled the inside.

    To you folks who punched holes in the wall, I use to do this years ago when I was younger. It's all good and stress relieving until you hit the stud by mistake. Now I can't make a complete fist with my right hand due to broken knuckles. ;)

  17. I tackled my wall. And now I need to cover it up.

  18. ozzieksk says:

    @EdwardRichardson007 hahaha i did the same thing!!!! I was so angry and punched the wall… Do you know how to fix it?
    

  19. Hi, this is pretty great

  20. can this work on any wooden doors with dents or damage on it?

  21. eddiedazle says:

    why you out of breathe or is it cause you are camerea shy.

  22. @monyetbesar same thing happend to me

  23. gsf67 says:

    @Bl00dSh0T7100 At the age of 16 it might not be easy to find all of the gear that you need to plaster the wall. However, I have come across many videos and tutorials on youtube. Good Luck
    

  24. gsf67 says:

    @Bl00dSh0T7100 There are a couple of options. If you have a utility knife cut the hole so that it's square, about 200mm or 8 inches. You might have to put a small length of 100 x 50 (4" x 2") into the hole. You will have to screw the timber to the wall once you have it in place. The next step is to somehow find an offcut of drywall and cut it to the same dimensions, perhaps slightly smaller than the hole in the wall. Screw the drywall to the timber that you have inserted into the origional hole.

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