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Home Studio Tour
Discover the inner workings of Lydia Crowder's USG Sheetrock Brand studio and shop space. From tool storage to filming setups, Lydia's behind-the-scenes tour reveals how she creates her popular drywall content. Perfect for DIY enthusiasts and drywall professionals alike, get inspired by Lydia's efficient and creative workspace.

Located just ten minutes from her home in Bozeman, Montana, Lydia highlights the practical setup of her studio, including a Trusscore wall for easy tool access and plenty of room for filming and storage. Since Lydia's company keeps their supplies there - the easy to clean and waterproof features of Trusscore make a great setup which she hopes to expand.

Learn more about Trusscore products here: https://trusscore.com/

Lydia explains the benefits of the space, from the large area that accommodates sprayer equipment to the overhead storage that holds extra supplies and tools. As she walks through the studio, Lydia showcases the filming area, complete with lighting and heating for the chilly Montana winters. She mentions the flexibility of the setup, which allows for easy reconfiguration when shooting new content. The space also includes additional storage for materials like lumber and metal framing, as well as a dedicated office area where Lydia plans to create a podcast studio.




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