Definitions: J - Sheetrock & plaster
A joint discoloration is a defect in drywall systems due to moisture trapped beneath the joint tape, which results in discoloration of the finished drywall surface.
References - joint discoloration
See the following for additional joint discoloration information:
- Drywall: Professional Techniques for Great Results Taunton; 3rd ed. Edition, January 2008, Myron R Ferguson, ISBN 1561589551
- Drywall: Installation and Finishing Delmar Cengage Learning; 1 edition, February 1993, Karen Goad, ISBN 827356056
- Drywall Construction Handbook McGraw-Hill Companies, August 1995, Robert Scharff, ISBN 70571244
- Drywall Clips - Code Notes Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, December 2009, Editorial Staff
- Elements of Energy Efficient House United States National Renewable Energy Laboratory, December 2009, Editorial Staff
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