Whether it be a renovation or a new build, a proper drywall job can make a big difference in the overall project. There is an art to hanging drywall, mudding and sanding. Renovation work usually requires repairs to existing drywall and in some cases requires all new drywall depending on project. Ceilings, walls and cornerbeads are just the beginning, followed by proper taping and mudding. A great finish requires skill and the proper sanding techniques. We use the proper drywall in each project scenerio (example: mold resistant in bathrooms). We strive for perfection in every drywall project.
Prepping & Hanging
Prepping a wall or ceiling for drywall requires a surface to be extremely flat. At times, making sure things are perfectly flat requires strapping, etc. Hanging drywall is a process and requires certain aspects of the job to be done first.
Taping & Mudding
Most drywall projects require 3-4 rounds of drywall compound. A good tape job, mudding and sanding make a huge difference in the overall project.
Sanding & Priming
This stage is where you can tell a professional job from an amateur one. Once the project is done, there should be no trace of seams anywhere in the room. Sanding and priming is a skill that is essential for a professional looking job.