Installing drywall can be done at home if you do some research. Over 20 billion square feet of drywall is produced in North America each year according to a study done by Gypsum Association.
This video explains the steps to planning and going through with a home drywall installation project. The job should be planned out on paper first.
Decided the orientation in which you will install your drywall. You want to have the lowest number of joints possible. Installing drywall horizontally is often the best way to achieve this.
To cut drywall, score it with a utility knife after measuring. Attach the ceiling panels first, if it is possible. A home drywall installer will be sure to do this as it is easier to work down from the ceiling to the floor. Work with an installer to make sure the drywall is applied correctly.
Measuring the cutout pieces for something like an electrical box is an important step to do carefully so you do not have space. You want a perfect fit. Following these steps along with a drywall installer will ensure a secure and safe wall.