I inherited a place with a 3 bay garage that has what appears to be 50
year old brown sheetrock that is in horrible shape. I would like to
replace it with something. I'm told that 1/2" 4'X8' sheetrock is
currently going for $14 in this area of CT.
Any suggestions for a less expensive replacement?
Because some of us take pride in what we owna nd want to make it look good.
It is also easier to care for and to keep a caot of light paint to make it
brighter. Many of us use the garage as a shop. I'm still insulating mine
and sheetrocked the half already done. Painted the half that is done white.
Lot easier working out there now.
Form follows function. It ain't a living space it's a garage.
If you must cover the walls with something, use 1/4 inch pegboard and paint
At least it's useful wallcovering...garage or shop.
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Real common for sheet rock to turn brown especially in a gargage. It was
never intended to be exposed, ie with out paint. Prime with killz or
Aluminum paint and then paint to your color of choice. Might take several
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