West Allis Drywall and Sheetrock Company
Would you like to get some new interior walls and ceiling installed at your house or business?
Or maybe there is a hole or other problem in a wall you hope to get dealt with.
This is the Kind of Work Done Around West Milwaukee:
They are a local area organization that has been in the remodeling and restoration business for a long time.
They work on both new construction and existing houses.
Some restoration jobs involve putting in drywall patches and refinishing.
In other cases, the preferred route is to remove the existing drywall and install new.
And they work on residential, industrial and commercial properties around Wauwatosa and New Berlin.
Drywall Delivery In Brookfield or Greenfield
So, here’s the basic process for getting sheetrock installed:
1. The order of drywall sheets is transported to the work area.
2. The sheets are put up on the ceiling and walls.
3. The project trash and unneeded product is gotten rid of, and the area is cleaned.
4. The joint seams between sheets and the anchoring screws are taped and covered with joint compound.
5. The surfaces are sanded, finished and given a final texture.
When these jobs are completed, your new ceiling and wall areas are ready to paint.
While, in most cases, they take care of the complete process, some homeowners only want them to do a portion of the project.
For instance, it’s possible that a homeowner isn’t intending on painting the ceiling or walls right away, so they have them avoid the last finishing and texture application steps.
Sometimes a homeowner already has sheetrock up on the wall, now they are looking for somebody to finish the rest of the work. So sometimes they call.
They can also put in special styles of sheets, such as moisture-proof boards for use in tub areas, or boards that will be used to hold ceramic tile.
They can take care of any section of the install process.
Drywall Repair Around West Milwaukee
Accidents happen inside homes all the time.
People inadvertently make a hole in their wall or ceiling all of the time.
It is quite common. And plumbing breakdowns take place a lot too.
Soaked drywall generally must get replaced.
A lot of Wisconsin homeowners initially try to solve smaller dents or holes on their own.
Small holes or dents are usually covered with a flexible patch, spread with joint compound, smoothed and painted.
Patches can be hard to do right.
A property owner’s first try at a patch sometimes ends up resembling a small bulge when it is all dry.
Homeowners might often try modest patch repairs in hidden parts of the home, but we believe all important repairs should be tackled by a trained person in order to get the job done really well.
When they are finishing up, they attempt to make sure the new work has the same finish and texture as the old walls.
Here are four frequent repair projects:
- Fixing a simple hole or crack.
- Getting a number of old or broken interior walls mended and all ready for repainting.
- Cutting out and upgrading pieces of damaged sheetrock.
- Doing big scale removal and replacement of an entire room or maybe more.
No matter if your repairs will be big or small, they could lend you a hand with it.
Finishes – Plain or Fancy
There may be one or two alternatives regarding the texture of your new walls.
These are a few typical options:
Completely unfinished – merely taped, designed for non-finished work rooms or garages.
Smooth finish – no texture, all ready for painting or wallpaper.
Basic texture – can provide a little more dimension.
Complicated texture – height and dimension added and more work to do.
Texture matching – your new materials match with your old ones.
Let Them Do the Job at Your House
They are a dependable group of experienced WI drywall installers and finishing specialists.
They attempt to keep prices affordable while delivering results clients appreciate.
They use only professional equipment and safety tools to finish your job quick and safely.
And the materials they install at your property are from the top manufacturers.
They do their best and keep the mess down and guard your home and belongings from dust and dirt.
They tidy up and carry out all the garbage and leftover material when they’re done too.
They leave no mess behind.
While they do a lot of repair work for homeowners and business property managers, they also are working with new building projects.
They understand there are other companies which furnish wall and ceiling services.
They hope you will consider them.
What Does Drywall Repair Cost?
Get your free estimate.
The final cost of the project will depend upon some different variables, but it’s typically related to the amount of time and the amount of materials they need to invest to get the job accomplished.
Because there are a few different variables, the easiest way of getting your quote is to commit a few minutes on the phone.
Once It’s Finished, Who is Going to Paint It?
If you would like them to paint your walls and ceiling, they are able to do that too.
Some homeowners like to do their own priming and painting.
Just let them know which way you want to go.
What Western Milwaukee Neighborhoods Do They Work In?
They work at homes and commercial properties in many areas of the west metro, often near West Allis, Brookfield, Wauwatosa, New Berlin, Greenfield, Market Square Center, Milwaukee Mile Speedway, LaFollette Park, Fairview, Rolling Green, Wedgewood, Morgan Heights, Jackson Park, Alverno College area, Story Hill, Zoo Area, Elm Grove, Hales Corner, Greendale and Southridge Mall area.
So if you’re near here – make a quick call.
Where is Service Available?
- Market Square Center
- Milwaukee Mile Speedway
- LaFollette Park
- Rolling Green
- Morgan Heights
- Jackson Park
- Alverno College area
- Story Hill
- Zoo Area
- Elm Grove
- Hales Corner
- Southridge Mall area
- West Allis WI
- Brookfield WI
- Wauwatosa WI
- New Berlin WI
- Greenfield WI
- Other western Milwaukee neighborhoods