Need Drywall Help?
Looking to get some new sheetrock put up?
Or maybe you need to get a few holes in your walls fixed.
A Local Drywall Company
You can find good professional drywall installers.
They work on both new construction and existing homes.
For repair projects, they will inspect your home, repair what can be repaired, and cut out and replace what needs to be replaced.
When they’re done, all the new work will match the existing style of the house.
And they work with homeowners, business owners, contractors and landlords.
Drywall Installation – Remodeling and New
There are five basic steps to a new installation process:
1. Delivery of gypsum drywall to the work location.
2. Installing (or hanging) the sheets to the walls.
3. Cleaning up and removal of waste and unused product.
4. Taping of the joint seams and applying joint compound.
5. Finishing, sanding and texturing.
When these steps are completed, your new wall and ceiling areas are ready to paint.
They can do all of these steps for you, or, if you like, just some of them.
For example, in most situations, the interior of a garage may get drywalled, but it won’t end up being painted, so the final step of finishing and sanding is usually skipped.
If you want, they can just install the product to the walls and ceiling and let you do the rest.
Or they can install special moisture-proof fiberglass-based boards in moisture prone areas, or backer board products such as cement board on walls where you want to attach tile.
Or if you have your sheetrock up already, they can come over and just do the taping, sanding and finishing.
In other words – they’re flexible.
Holes get put into sheetrock during Saturday night parties, Sunday afternoon football games, and by kids pretty much anytime.
If your house has just one hole, and it’s in an out-of-way place (like a closet), you can try and fix it yourself. A hole that is too big to be fixed with just joint compound sparkle needs to be patched.
Patches can be difficult tricky to do right. A homeowner’s first attempt at a patch often ends up looking like a little bulge when it’s all done.
A hole in a very visible area should probably be handled by someone who has experience doing those types of repairs.
Most calls for sheetrock repair fall into one of four basic groups:
- Repairing an isolated single hole or crack.
- Getting several old or damaged interior walls repaired and ready for repainting.
- Cutting out and replacing water damaged sheetrock.
- Doing larger scale replacements of an entire room or more.
Whatever size your repair project is, there is someone eager to help.
Finishes and Options
Your installer can leave your walls with any finish you like. They can do a variety of finishes, such as the following:
Completely unfinished – just taped, for unfinished work spaces or garages.
Smooth finish – no texture, ready for paint or wallpaper.
Simple texture – adds a little extra dimension.
Complex texture – hand-troweled and more difficult.
Texture matching – your new surfaces match your existing ones.
Popcorn Ceiling Removal
Was your house built using popcorn ceiling texture?
Want to remove it and replace it with a light, modern texture?
How It Works
You can get a full service drywall contractor.
They provide affordable, good-quality results.
A pro uses only top quality products, safety equipment and tools to get your job done quickly and safely.
Their staff is safe, clean and respectful of your property. They strive to protect your belongings from dust and damage.
A pro leaves no mess behind. They clean up and haul away all their trash and scrap.
They work on a range of home improvement projects from expensive custom homes to basic remodeling projects and multi-family or industrial buildings.
And they work with homeowners, general contractors building contractors, developers investors landlords and business property owners.
Cost of Drywall Delivery, Installation or Repair
Get free estimates.
Your cost will depend mostly on the size of the job and how much of the job you would like done.
Since there can be so many variables, it’s best to just talk to them on the phone to get a quote.
What About Painting?
If you want your sheetrock guy to paint your interior walls and ceiling, they are happy to do that as well.
If you would rather do it yourself, or arrange for a separate painting contractor to do it, that is fine too.
Who Works In Your Neighborhood?
Your local company can work with almost any property owner in the area.
Talk to an installer in your area.
Do You Work in My Area?
Serving owners of homes and businesses in Washington State, northwest Oregon, the greater Bay Area, much of southern California, Las Vegas, Denver, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis, Ohio, Kentucky, Pittsburgh and greater Phoenix.
Just call and discuss your situation.