Drywall

Summerflex has expertise in drywall, often referred to as wallboard, sheetrock, gypsum board, or plasterboard. Drywall is a popular building material used on walls and ceilings of structures.

To produce drywall, gypsum is first mixed with fiber, pressed between two sheets of paper board, and then dried in a kiln. Drywall comes in a number of sizes and has a sturdy construction and smooth finish due to its unique drying process. Our drywall contractor is able to complete projects in a short duration by using larger sheets, as the number of joints to be finished are reduced.

Drywall is usually available in ½ in. thickness. However, sheets are also available in varying thicknesses ranging from ¼ in. to 1 in. Drywall can be installed easily and is a good barrier against heat flow and sound.

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Our professional drywall contractors take far less time to install drywall in a house than what might otherwise be required in the case of plaster walls. This is due to expertise and years of experience.

Often, people try to undergo small drywall projects in their homes by themselves. However, a lack of experience can make handling drywall difficult, making the entire project rather tiresome and annoying. And of course, the finishing product won’t turn out half as well. It is best to contact an experienced drywall contractor to get the job done.

Our drywall contractors take care of everything right from the cutting of holes for switches and outlets to the proper fitting and hanging of drywall with use of nails or screws. Drywall can act as a fire resistance device.

During the drywall manufacturing process, water becomes trapped inside the gypsum. The transfer of heat is reduced due to evaporation of the water content. For that reason, when two rooms are separated by drywall, fire in one room will take longer to spread to the other.

Most drywall repair projects cannot be handled alone and require the help of an additional drywall contractor. Installing drywall on the ceiling is a tough job. There are special tools that are needed to help with ceiling installations. Installation of drywall may leave behind a lot of dust.

Drywall is a widely used material for new home construction, renovations, and even commercial structures. Since the process is carried out indoors, drywall installations can be done throughout the year. Our drywall contractors have a team of drywall hangers and finishers that will quickly move the job along and complete your project on time.

Drywall Repair VS New Drywall Installation

Drywall installation is one of the most cost-effective parts of a remodeling project. Drywall can be painted, papered, and treated with different faux finishes. This makes it a versatile building material for interior walls and ceilings.

Drywall acts as a blank canvas where you can pour out your imagination. You can speak to our reliable drywall contractors and seek advice about the most suitable techniques and finishes at the most cost effective and timely manner for your next project. You can also choose a textured surface, if you so please. Our drywall contractors can help you choose between smooth, textured, brush stroke designs, and other finishes for your walls and ceilings. Textures can be left rough or leveled off with a trowel while still wet. They can also be later sanded down when dry.

The durability, cost effectiveness, and ease of sheetrock repair installation make drywall one of the best interior building materials around. It can be installed in both new and existing homes, and can keep any project within budget.

Using drywall to refinish a basement or attic is an ideal way to add some extra space. Keep in mind that drywall installation in basements requires special care and should be done by no one other than an experienced drywall repair contractor. If special care is not taken when installing drywall in a basement, it may be left susceptible to water damage. Before installing the drywall, a professional installer will inspect the space for dampness and possible leaks. When drywall comes in contact to water, it becomes soft and breaks down. Any moisture problems in the basement need to be taken care of prior drywall installation.

Drywall can be installed in a garage as well. Garages are often used as workshops, offices, or even guest rooms. Electrical wiring and studs are usually already available. All that’s needed is the installation of drywall. Allow our professional drywall contractors to handle the drywall installation for you. You can add paint, flooring, and other finishing touches to pull the rest of the room together as you please.

Drywall is the perfect blank canvas for expressing your creativity. Our drywall contractors can advise you on the best finishes for your new walls. No matter what type of look you’ve got in mind, chances are you can use drywall to make it happen. It is an affordable building material that can be used in every type of building. And of course, it’s affordable and will fit in your budget!