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Question:


I have an ancient log cabin, which has a stick-built addition attached. I need to know how I should interface the drywall of the Addition with the old log cabin. Should I: 1. scribe drywall to match the chinking and logs or 2. chink the interface or 3. scribe a long board, or 4. something else. The width to be covered is about 3 inches, floor to ceiling, from door casing trim to log face.

Answer:

Since it is so old scribing a board or the drywall would work. Normally you would cut a groove into the logs and tuck the drywall into the cut.

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