How do you repair a hole in a plaster ceiling?
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How can I temporarily cover a hole in my ceiling?
Use a keyhole saw to find the ceiling joists nearest the hole. Measure the distance. Cut the new drywall patch 1.5″ bigger (just score the paper with a utility knife, snap the board at the line, and cut thru the tape on the other side). Hold it over the patch area and trace its outline on the damaged ceiling.22 Jun 2019
How much does it cost to fix a hole in the ceiling?
The overall average cost to repair a drywall ceiling is between $320 and $1,300. Labor for a basic ceiling patch job run at about $65 to $90 per hour. For a simple patch, materials and supplies may cost around $30, including tape, fasteners, and mud.
How do you repair a hole in the ceiling?
Less Than 1 Inch Wide
- Fill the hole with vinyl spackling, using a putty knife. Wipe excess spackling with a clean cloth.
- Sand the patched hole smooth to the surface of the ceiling with a fine-grit sanding block. Wipe the sanding dust with a clean cloth.
- Apply ceiling paint to the patched hole with a small paintbrush.
How do you fix a small hole in plaster?
Mix patching plaster according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Apply the plaster with a broad knife. If the hole is less than 1/8 inch deep, one coat should be enough for good coverage. If the hole is deeper, apply a base coat of plaster in the hole to within 1/8 inch of the surface.