Then, after the boarding is complete, I will come to the job for two things;
-One, to check for any buried boxes as we talked about,
-And two, I will go over the whole job, to make sure all the screws are fastened properly, and add some where needed.
Any screws that have ripped the drywall paper, will be replaced, before the tapers are sent in, everyone hates screw pops, as well as if there is hardwood flooring anywhere in the house, I will make sure to double up the screws on the ceiling below.
As many of you know, when the hardwood is installed, the tongue and groove material has to be hammered down into place, this hammering can typically cause a lot of screw pops on the ceiling below the floor.
Doubling up the screws below, in 95% of cases, eliminates this problem.