Fix Your Wall or Ceiling Problem in Ballard WA
Looking to have some new sheetrock installed?
Maybe your home has a handful of places where the wall or ceiling need fixing.
Remodeling Work in northwest Seattle
This local company mainly installs and fixes sheetrock interior walls and ceilings.
Installers regularly work on several types of different job assignments. Some are new construction; many others are repairs and remodeling.
Maintenance projects can include patching a dent or two, swapping out sections of sheetrock, or a mix of the two.
They work in houses, industrial properties and multi-family buildings.
Ballard Drywall Delivery Service
Normally, these are the individual steps that happen during the installment:
1. Bringing the drywall sheets to the job location.
2. Putting up each sheet on the ceiling or walls.
3. Cleanup and removing project waste and unused material.
4. Taping of the seams and putting on joint compound to seams and screws.
5. Sanding, finishing and texturing.
You could start painting your new surfaces as soon as the final texture and last cleaning up is done.
They’re able to do every one of these processes for your project. Or they can do just a few of them.
For instance, if you would prefer to do all the work, but you don’t have any way of getting the big drywall sheets to your location, you can have them deliver them to you.
Or, in some instances, some homeowners have put in the sheetrock already, but they don’t have the knowledge of seam taping and texturing and finishing, so they have a specialist do it.
Regular drywall is constructed for dry areas, it is not made for shower and bath spaces, so they have a moisture-resistant board they can put up in those areas. Plus, they carry a strong cement backer board they use on those walls where you plan to place ceramic tile on.
Whatever your project is, they can probably help you out.
Affordable Drywall Repair in the Ballard Area
Of course stuff happens.
Individuals unintentionally make a hole in their ceiling or wall all the time. It’s quite common. And plumbing failures happen often too. Soaked sheetrock generally must be replaced.
If your house has only one hole or dent, and it’s in an out of the way location (like a closet), you can try and fix it by yourself. A hole which is too big to be covered with just spackle must be patched.
Installing a wall patch is a little challenging. Some homeowner first attempts turn out looking a bit like a little bulge after the repair area has dried and become painted.
A hole or dent in a ceiling is harder to disguise than one in a lower area of a wall. We suggest you call in a pro to do a ceiling patch repair job, unless your ceiling is in an out-of-the-way room.
During the finishing and texturing stage, they blend and try to make your new walls appear just like your older walls.
What Size is Your Project?
A great many repairs fall under one of the following general classes:
- Patching or fixing a single hole or dent.
- Making multiple aged or dinged interior walls or ceiling fixed and all ready for repainting.
- Eliminating and updating water ruined sheetrock.
- Doing larger size removal and replacement of a whole room or maybe more.
They will schedule fast maintenance projects no matter what size job your property needs.
Options and Finishes
You have options concerning the texture of your walls or ceiling. Here are the possibilities:
Entirely unfinished – just taped, designed for unfinished work or storage areas or garage areas.
Smooth finish – no extra texture, waiting for painting or wallpaper.
Basic texture – will add a little extra dimension.
Complicated texture – height and dimension added and more difficult to do.
Texture matching – your replacement wall surfaces match your original ones.
Popcorn Ceiling Removal
Most homeowners in northwest Seattle have tired of the popcorn ceiling texture fad.
You can take off and replace old ceiling textures so they get a new, fresh appearance.
Work in the Ballard and Crown Hill Areas
They can take on your project, from start to finish.
They try to deliver sensibly priced work which make their clients happy.
They don’t install any cheap materials. All the materials are good quality. And they use the best commercial tools necessary to get your job completed fast.
Property improvements can create a mess. They are always considerate of your property. They try to keep the dust and mess to a minimum.
When the project is complete, they try to pick up as well as they can and take all the garbage and excess material with them when they leave.
The majority of their projects are done in residential houses, but they do lots of work in commercial and industrial operations too.
And they do projects for individual homeowners and commercial property managers, building contractors and landlords. Maybe they can work on a project for you.
What is This Going to Cost Me?
Each project is different. But they can try to figure out an estimate for you.
While situations can be similar, most projects are somewhat unique. No two jobs are exactly alike.
The best way to offer a cost estimate is to actually look at the potential project work site, so if you can call, they should be able to review the information on the phone.
Who Is Going To Paint All This?
If you don’t have another plan for the painting job, they can take on the paint part as well.
Painting is an activity that many homeowners like to do by themselves, so just let them know what you would want to do.
They Work in Your Area
They can work at the majority of properties in northern King County.
Installers regularly work in Ballard, Blue Ridge, Crown Hill, North Beach, Loyal Heights, Olympic Manor, Whittier Heights, Sunset Hill and the 98117, 98103 and 98107 zip codes.
Do You Work in My Area of northwest Seattle?
They work at homes and businesses all around northwest Seattle.
Repair crews work on jobs in Sunset Hill, Whittier Heights, Blue Ridge, Loyal Heights, Crown Hill, Olympic Manor and North Beach. This includes the 98117, 98107 and 98103 zip codes.