Seattle Dry Wall Contractor and Services
Do you need new interior walls or ceilings installed?
Maybe you have a split, hole or seam you need to get fixed.
Find a Pro Who Works With Property Owners All Over the City
Talk with a business that involves putting in and fixing ceilings and walls.
If you want to have repairs done, they could get started doing that. But they also work on brand new homes and construction.
They receive quite a few calls for repair assignments. Repairs may be small and simple or significant and time-consuming. They are here to take on any size project.
They work on projects in homes, multiple-unit properties and industrial buildings.
Want Drywall Delivered to Your Seattle Home?
When you have your new sheetrock put in, there could be a few stages involved with it:
1. The gypsum drywall is transported to the work area.
2. The sheets are hung on the walls and ceiling.
3. The trash and unneeded product is removed, and the work area is cleaned up.
4. The joint seams between sheets and the anchoring screws are taped and covered up with joint compound.
5. The surfaces are finished, sanded and given a final texture.
You could begin painting after the fifth step is finished.
Most homeowners will want to have them finish the whole job, but once in a while, they ask to have them take care of only a few of the jobs.
An example of this is when a property owner asks for delivery and installation, but does not want them to handle the finish work until another time.
Some folks already have their sheetrock up, they just want someone to complete the taping and mudding and getting it ready to paint.
They can also put up specialty wall boards for water prone areas or use stronger boards on walls that must be stronger because you plan to place heavy tile on them when they are ready.
They will do their best to work around your schedule.
Seattle Drywall Repair – Patching and Replacement
Things can happen.
There’s a lot of ways someone could unintentionally make a hole in their ceiling or wall. And there are many areas where a water line component can develop a small leak and ruin a ceiling.
When your wall or ceiling has just one hole or dent, it’s possible you could attempt to get rid of it by putting on a drywall patch, which you could get at any hardware store.
Working with a wall patch is a little tricky. Some homeowner first attempts end up looking a little like a little bulge after the repair area has dried and been painted.
While you may want to try to do your own repairs in rooms where most people will never see, we recommend having someone with experience take on hole repairs in the spaces which are more accessible to other people.
When they are completing our repairs, the final step is to make the repaired or new surfaces match the existing surfaces.
What Can They Do For You?
Many repairs fall into one of these basic areas:
- Fixing an isolated simple hole or break.
- Making several aged or dented interior walls repaired and all ready for repainting.
- Cutting out and replacing pieces of ruined sheetrock.
- Doing large scale removal and replacement of a whole room or more.
From minor patching work to significant renovations, they can take the work on for you.
Wall Finishes – Fancy or Regular
You could have a couple of decisions concerning the surface finish they leave on your new walls. Here are a few of the choices:
Entirely unfinished – merely taped, for unfinished work rooms or garage areas.
Smooth finish – zero extra texture, all ready for painting or wallpaper.
Simple texture – can provide some extra dimension.
Greater texture – hand-troweled and is more difficult to do.
Texture match – make your replacement materials match up with your original ones.
Popcorn Ceiling Removal
Was your place constructed using that popcorn ceiling composition?
You can get someone to take it off and replace it with a minimal, current texture.
Just Call and Have it Done
They can take on your project, from beginning to end.
The plan is to finish your job in good time, at the cost you expected plus have you be really happy with the outcome.
They work with only the biggest manufacturers, so the materials they install at your property will be dependable and durable.
Home remodeling projects can make dust and chaos. They do their best to hold both to a minimum while they’re in your house.
Once your job is done, they try to clean up as well as they can and they haul all the rubbish with them.
Lots of their jobs are at single family houses, but they also work at apartment buildings and industrial properties.
They often work directly with homeowners, contractors, investors and commercial property managers.
What Will This Cost?
Get your free estimate.
The final cost of the project will be based upon some different factors, but the two largest factors are the cost of components and the time needed to get the job completed.
Because there could be a few different factors around your job, the easiest way to find out more is through a short phone call.
Ready For Painting
If you don’t have a plan for who is going to paint those new or restored walls and ceiling, they can manage that problem for you.
However, should you be looking at doing all your own priming and painting, that’s fine with them too.
What Parts of Town Do They Work In?
They do plenty of work in King County.
If your house or property is in any of the following Seattle suburbs – call.
Belltown, SoDo, South Lake Union, First Hill, Pioneer Square, International District, plus the 98109, 98121, 98104 and 98101 zip codes.
They also work in the suburbs – Ballard, Beacon Hill, Bothell, Burien, Capitol Hill, Central District, Edmonds, Fremont, Greenwood, Highland Park, Industrial District, Lake City, Magnolia, Mountlake Terrace, Mukilteo, Northgate, Queen Anne, SeaTac, Shoreline, Tukwila, University District and West Seattle.
Do You Work in My Area?
They work on homes and businesses all around the Seattle suburbs. They also work all over downtown – Belltown, South Lake Union, SoDo, First Hill, Pioneer Square, The International District, plus the 98121, 98109, 98104 and 98101 zip codes.
Make a call and discuss it.