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

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 Li…
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26 Responses to How to do Basic Home Repairs : How to Repair Holes in Drywall for Home Improvement

  • Trindade dos Santos says:

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

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  • Blahmarrow says:

    Well thank you good sir, I owe you one. My dog tackled me into a wall, while I was holding a Co2 bottle, and that left a 1 1/2 inch dent/hole in the wall.

  • Tyzooo says:

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

  • Francisco Pinales says:


  • johnnyfreakenblaze says:

    I didnt know Jon Gosselin did drywall repair..

  • Gainesvilleroofing says:

    Thanks for the drywall tips!

  • llittlelucylou says:

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

  • loyaltyrepect says:

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

  • ThePortadump says:

    Any way I cover it up with out joint compound??????? I NEED HELP FAST!!!

  • Anna Olivas says:

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

  • physicallyfit02 says:

    Check out the automatic sink drain and tell us what you think!

  • ServallPestControl says:

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

  • skunkpep says:

    kicked it but yeah lol

  • MrKhanProductionz says:

    Cool stuff

  • Layne Medema says:

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

  • prohomeimprovementsc says:

    for home reno information

  • ComputerHelp007 says:

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

  • 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. 😉

  • TimeSplittersHD says:

    I did that but also threw brother in the wall 🙁

  • FREEDOMRIDER935 says:

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

  • warrior24880 says:

    or you simply put up a poster :p

  • Thrashvel says:

    i put 3 holes in my drywall my parents know about all 3…

  • miguel112v says:

    I punched the wall so I’m just going to bruise my elbow and tell my parents I tripped

  • Clementina Wnorowski says:

    As a part of repairs, maintenance may involve the following operations: inspections, replacements, adjustments and even cleaning. Performing maintenance in the right way can be good for preventing expensive emergencies. An example of work that can help people avoid unpleasant situations can be the series of tests and adjustment that are necessary each year when homeowners have alarm systems installed. Issues can also be prevented with a good household management. Placing a moisture barrier beneath roof tiles may be good against leaks.*;-:

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