The inspector wants to see the paper and lath on the exterior before I start the electrical rough-in. So I've got the stucco guy coming before I will do the rough plumbing, electrical and after getting that inspected, close up the walls using drywall.
I've heard some conflicting advice on getting drywall done before stucco as the drywall nails and subsequent pounding will affect the even curing of the drywall.
If I was to hang the drywall myself, I would take the time to use screws, but I've been told that the drywall crews are 100 times faster than I will end up using nails for speed.
Any opinions out there on this?