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Old 09-27-2013, 10:28 AM   #282
xluben
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Originally Posted by amp2oo1 View Post
I caulked some of the larger seems. Some are tight enough that they disappear once you slather paint on the walls/ceiling. It's been through a full set of seasons now and I haven't had any issues with expanding or contracting. Not sure of any benefit on ceiling. I glued and screwed the ceiling. I will say OSB is a bit more of a PITA to cut just right compared to drywall.

Honestly, if my house wasn't a starter house, I'd spend the extra time with drywall and hide all the electrical in the walls, but it just wasn't in the cards for this place.
I'm really torn between the two right now. I like how OSB could easily be pulled down if I need to do anything else behind he walls. But I like the fire barrier that the drywall provides. And I think it would look better, but that's not a huge concern.
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