drywall corners

18 Jan 2006
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United Kingdom
I am putting up some plasterboard, after which I have a plasterer coming to finish off. Two of these boarded walls meet at an internal corner. One wall will have a plaster skim and the other will hopefully just have the joints done. How is it best to make this corner? Ideally, would it be better to arrange for one of the tapered edges on the non skim wall to be at the corner or will it not matter as the adjoining wall will be skimmed?
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Don't worry it will not matter. If you have a good plasterer he will sort it out, it's all part of the skills of plasterers
Thanks for that. The reason I asked is that I wasn't sure whether he would use tape on the internal corner. When butting drywall at corners, does anyone put any type of adhesive/No Nails etc on the edge of the board?
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