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How to Cut a Hole in Existing Drywall

By: Joe Truini

Reciprocating saws work great for cutting holes in existing drywall, but the long blade can also cut through any wires, pipes, and framing. To keep this from happening, cut the blade to length with tin snips so it barely protrudes through the wallboard. Watch this video to find out more.

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