How To Fix A Hole In The Wall?
Cleaning the hole: Use a drywall patch to fill the gap. If you don’t have one available, clean out as much of the wall material as possible and use wood putty mixed with an adhesive to patch it.
Cutting a new piece:
Measure and cut a new piece of drywall similar in size and shape to the original sheet, then attach it to the studs using drywall nails or screws. If there are no studs behind where you want to place your sheet of drywall, use 1-inch plastic drywall anchors to hold the sheet in place until you install vertical bracing around its perimeter.
The process requires three people for proper operation; one person cuts and installs while another holds the drywall, and a third person nails it into place.
Replacing the sheet of drywall:
Remove the old piece of drywall, making sure to remove any fasteners that hold it into place first. Reattach new drywall by driving screws through the framing studs on each side of where you want your sheet of drywall to be placed.
Attach 1-inch plastic drywall anchors if no studs are available for attaching the sheet. Treat holes with wood putty mixed with an adhesive, or use a drywall patch as necessary before installing your replacement sheet. The process requires three people; one for cutting and installing while another holds the sheets in place, and a third drives screws to attach them securely to the framing studs.
How to fix a hole in the wall without drywall :
Fixing small holes in walls is not always necessary, but if it’s an essential part of your house or if you want something easy and quick to do, then there are other options than drywall.
These days we like to give more attention to materials that can be found around the home and offer more accessible and faster solutions for common dilemmas. So what can we use instead of drywall? You can use many things; here, we will show you how to fix a hole in the wall without drywall: The steps below will get rid of any small spots without making too much noise.
How to fix a hole in the wall DIY:
Things you will need:
1. A wooden board or sheet of plywood. (the size should be more significant than your hole).
2. Screws(should match the wood)
3. Saw to cut down the panel(if needed)
4. Plyers or some cutting tool
5. Sponge, towel, or piece of fabric to wipe up any mess on the wall.