By Brooke Ressell
You found the perfect house, put a fresh coat of paint on all the walls, and furnished every last room just the way you like it. You may have even completed a few DIY projects to increase the value of your home and give it that extra wow factor you’ve been dreaming of. But just when you’re finally starting to feel like you’re settled in and like your house is now your home, the unexpected happens—you look up and notice that the ceiling has been damaged and is in desperate need of repair.
When you’re a homeowner, it’s always something. Regular maintenance and repairs are just a part of the normal home-owning experience, and there’s certainly no way to avoid them. Fortunately, a drywall ceiling repair isn’t the end of the world. And it doesn’t have to be a big hit to your budget either. Believe it or not, you can complete many drywall ceiling repairs on your own with a few basic tools and materials.
With this guide, we’ll show you how to repair ceiling drywall issues that you may be facing so that your house truly feels like a home once again.