Drywall Installation In The Capital Region
Proper drywall installation starts with knowing the right products to use depending on a homeowners’ situation. That is why it is important to work with a professional.
Why Choose a Professional Drywall Contractor?
After years in the industry, I’ve met many homeowners that have attempted to install drywall, tape, and mud joints themselves that have been unhappy with the outcome. It’s important to hire a drywall company that knows the industry, has the proper tools, knows the different materials, and has the skills to achieve the best look for your home.
We Have The Tools
Patch Pros has invested in advanced tools to be able to provide competitive pricing in the industry. The drywall industry has advanced dramatically in the past 30 years, providing drywall companies with more advanced tools, such as collated screw guns, drywall lifts, magnetic cut-out tools, automatic tapers, flat boxes, and dustless sanders. Having tools like these, we’re able to get work done faster and more efficiently.
We Know The Materials
Drywall companies have spent a lot of time estimating the number of materials and the type of materials that work best for any given job. We have the experience in using the materials as well, knowing certain methods or “tricks of the trade” that assist us in creating a better fit or finish.
We Have The Experience
Many homeowners do not realize the amount of effort that goes into drywall installation, taping, mudding, and sanding. Patch Pros has years of experience to get the job done to your satisfaction – so you can dedicate your time with family, work, or accomplishing other tasks.
What Is Drywall?
Drywall is a type of board that is made from plaster, to make installation more efficient. Many years ago, walls were done using plaster and lathe. Drywall is lightweight, allows easy cutting, and is much easier to work with!
What Types Of Drywall Are There?
Standard drywall has no special features and is considered a basic type of drywall.
Mold Resistant drywall is constructed with a paperless backing and has a special coating to help prevent the build-up of mold in moist or humid areas.
Moisture-resistant drywall is very similar to mold-resistant drywall and this is great for humid and moist rooms. To ensure the best use of this material use cement backer boards.
Made with glass fibers in an extra-thick design fire-resistant drywall and is used to prevent the spread of fires, create less smoke and provide better sound control between rooms.
Made to reduce noise from traveling between walls soundproof drywall is thicker than most standard drywall sheets and often has two gypsum layers that are glued together with a special
What are Drywall Thicknesses?
Drywall comes in a variety of thickness, this depends on the job and what you are looking for the thicknesses include:
When determining the size or how many panels of sheetrock to use, Patch Pros takes precise measurements in order to find the best fit for your home.
What Length is Drywall?
While the standard sheet of drywall is 4ft x 8ft, there are times when using longer sizes such as 4×10 or 4×12 may work best. Each piece of drywall can be cut to shape or fit different areas that need smaller sections done.
Where Should Types of Drywall be used?
Areas near a furnace or wood stove