Re: Sheetrock by Rail
I have been avoiding adding to the clutter, but I can no longer resist. As a
young architect in Pittsburgh in the '60s, I was often at odds with contractors
and suppliers who wanted to provide skim coat plaster, a thin coating of
plaster over 4x8 drywakll sheets. This eliminated a lot of joint finishing and
was normally applied with a swirley "sand finish" so it would look "just like
plaster" but more economical. I always recoiled at the horrible swirely finish
that was standard in residential constuction then. It was even common to swirl
a pattern around the ceiling fixtures. Double ugh!!
--- oandle <email@example.com> wrote:
I own a house near Akron, Ohio, and the interior was finished in
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