What’s the best method for patching a couple dozen holes in the ceiling of a commercial building? The holes are from a 16′ accordion door that was removed in a big alcove room. I have the choice to use some small hole spackling compound or to rip some 1/2″ plywood and cover it up. What method would you choose? And why?

I decided to use plywood to cover it up. I’m setting up my Milwaukee Circular Saw with the skate plate accessory.

After I cut the wood I painted it white to match the ceiling. When the paint was dry I used the Milwaukee M18 15 gauge Nailer for nailing the plywood to the ceiling.

I used Zipwall Poles for holding plywood in place, while I attached the wood with the nailer.

Here’s the final result. What do you think?

Every detail of this project is in this video on my YouTube channel.

Here’s a complete list of the tools I used:

MILWAUKEE M18 FUEL 15GA NAILER G2: https://homedepot.sjv.io/GjqnoE

MILWAUKEE M18 7-1/4 CIRCULAR SAW: https://homedepot.sjv.io/Zd4XJR

SKATEPLATE CIRC SAW CUTTING GUIDE: https://homedepot.sjv.io/0JOmX3

3M SPACKLING HOLE REPAIR: https://homedepot.sjv.io/XxZdo5

ZIPWALL 4 POLE KIT: https://homedepot.sjv.io/a1PyvM

QUESTION OF THE DAY: What method would be easiest for you to make the repair? Would you like to see a review of any of the tools used in this video?


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