Help For Your Drywall Project in Portland OR
Got a space you need sheetrocked?
Or maybe you have an issue with your current walls or ceiling.
Find a Pro Who Works With Property Owners in Northwest Oregon
Talk with a business that involves putting up and fixing ceilings and walls.
They work on all sorts of different jobs. Some are new construction; a great many others are maintenance and improvements.
They complete restoration assignments. Some jobs focus on simply patching a hole or two. Different work call for eliminating and replacing many pieces of sheetrock.
And they can help out both homeowners and business property managers. Whatever you want to get done, they can probably get it done for you.
Portland Drywall Delivery and Installing
Putting in sheetrock involves several general steps:
1. Delivering the gypsum drywall to the work location.
2. Putting up the sheets on the walls.
3. Cleanup and removing project trash and unused material.
4. Taping the seams and joints and putting on joint compound to each seam and screw area.
5. Finishing, sanding and applying texture.
When your new surfaces are textured and dry, you are able to break open the paint and begin painting.
They will do all of these steps for you, or, if you prefer, just some of them.
As an example, some people want to have them deliver and hang it, but wait with completing the taping and finishing for later.
If you are thinking about installing it by yourself, they can come afterwards and just do the seam taping, mudding and finishing.
There are additional products apart from ordinary sheetrock. Experienced pros put up cement boards on walls where you want to put on tile; and they have special water resistant boards for wet or humid rooms rooms.
They’re flexible. They can provide what you need.
Drywall Repair Around Portland OR
Accidents happen at houses every day.
It doesn’t take much to put a dent or hole in a typical wall or ceiling. And it happens more frequently than you might imagine.
If your home has only one hole, and that hole is in a spot where most folks will never see it, you can try to fix it on your own by applying a patch.
A wall patch is a simple treatment, but it requires a little practice to learn how to do it so it looks good.
Quite a few patches do not end up looking so good. And the larger they are, the tougher they are to do.
Holes or dents that are in your primary rooms should be taken care of by a specialist. These folks have a great deal of experience patching and hiding past problems.
One of the more challenging parts of this project is getting the new material to match the surface texture of the old materials after it is painted.
What’s Your Situation?
Your job will probably belong to one of the following:
- Repairing or patching a couple of individual holes or cracks.
- Repairing a few sheets so that area or rooms can be repainted.
- Eliminating and replacing pieces of drywall ruined by water or something else.
- Completing the removal and replacement of a big area. Generally because of a water disaster or other event.
They can fix a couple of small problems, they can do big renovations, or any project someplace in the middle.
They Can Do Textures
What about the surfaces of your walls? What type of surface should you get? Listed below are the selections:
Entirely unfinished – only taped, suitable for unfinished work spaces or garages.
Smooth finish – no added texture, waiting for paint or wallpaper.
Basic texture – offers a little more depth.
Greater texture – requires additional troweling and is more challenging to do.
Texture match – make your new materials match with your existing ones.
Getting Rid of a Popcorn Ceiling in Portland
The popcorn ceiling trend was really big for a few years.
Right now, most homeowners aren’t so happy with it.
They can remove and replace old ceiling textures so they end up with a newer, fresh appearance.
They Can Help Out in Multnomah County
This company is focused on planning and completing interior ceiling and wall jobs.
If they end up working for you, they do their very best so you like the results and the work process.
All the material they use for your project will be the best quality. They use the industry’s best tools and equipment to get your job done correctly.
It might be stressful for a homeowner to have a person or two working in their house. They try to keep the mess down and be as neat and courteous as they can.
They clean up and take out all the trash and scrap material when they are done as well. No mess is left behind.
They have experience working at all kinds of projects. They work in residences, apartments and commercial buildings, and doing repairs and renovations.
They’re not the only business in town who can undertake your project. But they hope you might consider them to do the job.
Drywall Installation Cost
They can supply you with a cost estimate.
The final cost of your job could be determined by a few different variables, but it is usually directly related to the amount of labor and materials they need to devote to get the activity finished.
The best way to give a price quote is to actually see the potential job work site, but if you can call, they should be able to review the information on the phone.
What About Painting?
In case you don’t want to do your own priming and painting, they can start doing that too and get the painting done as soon as possible.
If you plan on bringing in a painting contractor, that will be okay with them too.
They Work in Your Area
Your home will not be the first project they work on in Multnomah County.
A lot of work goes on in downtown Portland, areas such as Beckman, Old Town, Southwest Hills, Chinatown, Homestead, the Pearl District and properties in the 97209, 97205, 97201, 97227, 97212, 97204 and 97232 zip codes.
If you are anywhere in the Portland metro area – call.
Do You Work in My Area?
They work on homes and businesses all Multnomah County. This includes the downtown and central areas of Portland – Old Town, Pearl District, Chinatown, Homestead, Beckman, and Southwest Hills.
They also visit almost all of the suburbs: Beaverton, Cully, Gresham, Happy Valley, Hazelwood, Hillsboro, Irvington, Lake Oswego, Maplewood, Northwest-Portland, Oregon City, Powellhurst, Richmond, Sellwood-Moreland and Tigard.
Make a call and discuss it.