A customer had an old non-functional in-house intercom system that he wanted to be removed.  This left large holes in his walls.  It is simple to repair these if you know what to do.  Follow the pictures before for step-by-step instructions.

A drywall saw is used to cut out the drywall. Using the same saw a new piece of drywall is cut. It is then secured to the wall using screws.

A utility knife is used to cut away the rough edges so that the drywall tape sits flat.

A nice clean cut.

Joint compound applied, and then drywall tape.

Another layer of joint compound applied, dried and sanded. We are ready to paint!