The Method of Installing Drywall Ceiling consists of an apparatus to aid in the installation of drywall or similar items on ceilings or vertical wall surfaces.
Inventor Jerry W. Smarr of Granite Shoals, TX has created an apparatus to aid in the installation of drywall or similar items on ceilings or vertical wall surfaces.
Drywall installation is a tiresome job requiring a great deal of physical work. Drywall sheets are heavy and must usually be carried manually to their final position. This work becomes more difficult if the drywall sheets are installed on ceilings. These installations usually require three workers to do; two workers to place and hold the drywall at either end and the third to drive drywall screws or pound nails. This work requires multiple ladders and subjects the workers to off-balance positions and possible falls. Other solutions involve drywall jacks or holding Ts that may reduce manpower, but are still difficult and costly to use. Inventor Smarr has created a means by which drywall and similar materials can be installed on ceiling surfaces with minimum aggravation, reduced manpower and a reduction in physical exertion.
This clever new invention prevents damage to drywall. It is a one-person job. One can simply slide drywall into brackets, then screw or nail drywall into joists and remove brackets afterward. This method saves time and money. The use of the Method of Installing Drywall Ceiling allows professionals and do-it-yourself handymen the ability to install drywall or other material on a ceiling in a quick, easy, and effective manner, without risk of injury or damage to the material.