Drywall Company Near Newport Beach CA

Commercial sheetrock installation heading forwardAre you in the process of finding a company to install some new sheetrock?

Or it could be you have an older ceiling or wall or two that doesn’t look so great.

You want to get them patched and fixed so you can repaint them.

How They Help

This local company chiefly sets up and repairs sheetrock ceilings and walls.

They service both new construction and existing homes.

They will carry out minor repairs that happen because of a mishap, or larger repairs due to mold or water damage.

They work on projects in houses, commercial properties and multiple family buildings.

Newport Beach Drywall Delivery and Installation Company

Adding sheetrock entails several general steps:

1. Delivering the gypsum drywall to the job site.
2. Hanging the sheets to the ceiling or walls.
3. Tidying up and removal of trash and unused product.
4. Taping of the joint seams and putting on joint compound to seams and screws.
5. Sanding, finishing and applying texture.

You can get started with your painting as soon as these steps are finished.

If you would like them to work on only one or two of the steps, as opposed to completing the whole job, they will arrange to do that.

For example, if you’re serious about doing all of your own taping and mudding, they can just deliver and do the installation, and you may finish the job by yourself.

Sometimes they’re called out to projects where the sheetrock is already up on the walls, they just have to do the seam taping and sanding and finishing aspects of the project.

Everyday drywall is built for dry areas, it’s not suitable for showers and bath areas, so they have a water resistant board they use in those locations.

Plus, they carry a strong and durable cement backer board they use on those walls where you intend to attach tile on.

Whatever stage you’re at in the installation process, they can help you out with it.

Dependable Drywall Repair in Newport Beach CA

Accidents happen. They understand.

Sometimes a hole or dent occurs in a wall. Sometimes a dishwasher leaks.

Sheetrock gets ruined in a number of ways.

If the holes in your wall or ceiling are pretty small, you may want to try to fix them by yourself first.

Small holes or dents are treated with a patch and drywall joint compound solution.

Generally, the patch that a homeowner applies doesn’t look too great after it’s all dried and done.

It usually takes practice to blend the new with the old and get the surface just right.

While a house owner can do a modest wall patch in an out of the way area, it’s best if a more experienced person take care of bigger patch repairs, or when those repairs are in the primary rooms of your house.

When they do repairs, the final step is to have the new surfaces match the old surfaces.

What is Your Repair Situation?

Most repairs fit into one of these basic areas:

  • Repairing a simple hole or dent.
  • Getting multiple worn out or dented interior walls fixed and all ready for repainting.
  • Eliminating and swapping out sections of ruined sheetrock.
  • Doing bigger scale removal and replacement of a whole room or maybe more.

It doesn’t matter if your repairs are big or small, they hope they can lend you a helping hand with it.


The decision is yours regarding the surface texture of your repaired wall or ceiling.

They could do several different textures, like these:Taping the joints and covering screw heads after installment

Entirely unfinished surface – merely taped, suited for non-finished work rooms or garage areas.

Smooth finish – zero added texture, ready for paint or wallpaper.

Basic texture – comes with a little more depth.

Complicated texture – hand-troweled and is more tricky to do.

Texture matching – make your replacement materials match your original ones.

Replacing a Popcorn Ceiling near Newport Beach

Does your ceiling have that sprayed-on popcorn ceiling texture?

They can easily clean it off and exchange it with a more modern looking surface.

Who They Are and What They Do

They are a seasoned Corona Del Mar dry wall and ceiling repair and replacement contractor.

If they do the job for you, they want you to like the end results, the job process and the price.

They use good-quality products, plus the top tools and safety equipment, so they can have your project finished as quickly, and as safe, as they can.

Home renovation projects can make dust and mess.

They do their best to keep both to a minimum when they’re in your house.

They strive to leave no clutter for the homeowner.

They clear away all the leftover supplies and trash when the job is completed.

Their job assignments are varied.

They work a lot in single-family houses, but they also work in a variety of business buildings as well.

They’ve finished assignments for individual owners, business managers and contractors.

They would be interested in working on your job too.

What Does Drywall Installation or Repair Cost?

They will be pleased to write up an estimate for your project.

Your project cost will be based mostly on how big is the job and how much of the project you want them to do.

They wish they could drive around to each prospective project site and bring an in person cost quote, but that isn’t usually possible.

However, if you can give them a short call, they should be in a position to give you some details right on the phone call.

Do You Want To Do the Painting?

If you would like them to paint your interior walls and ceilings, they’ll be happy to do that too.

Some homeowners choose to paint.

If you want to undertake the painting, just let them know.

What Orange County Neighborhoods Do They Work In?

They can work at the majority of properties south of Costa Mesa in locations such as East Bluff, Balboa Peninsula, Big Canyon, Corona Del Mar, Newport Center, San Joaquin Hills or Newport Coast.

Where is Service Available?

They regularly work at most properties south of Costa Mesa, often in areas like East Bluff, Balboa Peninsula, Big Canyon, Corona Del Mar, Newport Center, San Joaquin Hills or Newport Coast.

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