Before you begin drywall installation, make sure that you understand how the material is installed. The first step is to align the drywall panel with the desired hanging location. You can use a carpenter’s pencil to mark the studs on the joists so that you can locate them later. Once you have aligned the panel, apply a thin layer of mud or a drywall compound to the wallboard.
Once the mud is applied, place the drywall sheet on the ceiling. This should fit tightly against the ceiling. Use a lift to hold the drywall up. If your drywall is too wide, you may need to add another screw to secure it. The mud should be applied to the joists before you apply the sanding finish. Using a drywall saw, cut the sheet into four or five pieces and attach them to the ceiling.
Once the mud and drywall have dried, it is time to install the panels. You will need a saw and utility knife. The drywall should be pressed and glued, and the edges should be flush against the framing. To install drywall panels, you will need to use a jigsaw. The jigsaw will make the process easier. A jigsaw is a valuable tool for putting up drywall panels.