Drywall is also a good insulator, and it can reduce or eliminate the need for other insulation materials. Drywall installation should be done in two passes: first install the drywalls on one side of your foundation, then flip them over to do the same on the opposite side. This ensures that there are no gaps in the insulation.
When installing drywall, you should always work from the bottom up (starting with your ceiling). This ensures that any holes or gaps in the insulation are not covered by a layer of drywall. The final step is to install your trim pieces and cover joints with joint compound.
Drywalling can be a difficult job for even the most experienced handyman. The next time you need to install drywall in your home, consider hiring a professional for the job!