3WAY Prefabricated inside drywall corner. Perfect, crisp corners, every time!

3WAY - The first one piece inside drywall corner. Improve your Quality, save on labor, and your time.

3 way corners (Ceiling meeting 2 walls) are done traditionally with 3 tapes overlapped. There are lots of problems with the old method and here are a few to think about: Inconsistent angles (lower quality), high skill sculpting (higher labor costs), more sanding and dry time (more time consuming).

3WAY Advantages

Here are some of the features of 3Way that give you an advantage over traditional drywall corner finishing methods:

•Install in just a fraction of the time

•Adjustable 90° corner angle (for framing that is just not quite right!)

•Reinforced backing to cover gaps and drywall board defects

•Bevelled edges to blend into tapes and drywall

•Perforated edges to ensure bonding to drywall with mud to avoid those pesky call backs for touch ups!

Benefits of using 3WAY

How long does a 3WAY take?

Working time on one 3 Way drywall corner finishing could be 10 to 20 minutes. (not including dry times) would it be worth it to reduce that to 1 minute? 

A drywalled bedroom with a closet probably has eight 3 Way drywall corners. 

In that common room, finishing taping time goes from about an hour and a half to 8 minutes!

Time = $$$

What about broken drywall or bad framing?

Probably nothing could help this mess! 3WAY back-side is reinforced, no need to prefill gaps or broken drywall in the corner. This lets you skip a step and dry time for corner repairs.

Have you ever seen every corner angle framed perfectly? 3WAY has adjustability for angles that are not 90° 

Problems finishing without the 3WAY: End result cracks, bubbles or does not look straight....

More durable than paper tapes, no corner cracks, fast, easy, and perfect corners!  

Tapes can bunch up in the corner, not have enough mud, and so many other problems. 3WAY solves all your drywall corner finishing pains.

3Way vs Traditional comparison

In the below video, Royce is installing a 3WAY, describing the benefits of using the 3WAY vs traditional taping. Click here for the full video on YouTube.