I'm getting a plumber to put in a toilet in a new location. He will need to run water pipes etc. So I assume the drywall has to come off in the area where pipes will go. However before the toilet is connected permanently, the drywall needs to be replaced/repaired.
I wonder if there is a smarter way of doing things than breaking/fixing drywall on the spot. Perhaps I could cut out a piece of the drywall in advance and replace with plywood on hinges to make a "door"? The edge would need to be covered with some sort of a trim.
The new location is on the other side of the wall from the current location, only a meter away.