Best Drywall Repair Services
As you’ve gathered by now from reading, Drywall Repair West Palm Beach is very passionate about all things drywall. Repairing drywall in all of Palm Beach County for years its safe to say that we’ve seen it all. From Water damaged Drywall to Moldy Drywall as well as fire and smoke damaged.
In each and every single case we take your needs and budget into consideration without ever compromising on quality Drywall Repair Services.
Repairing small segments of drywall or entire walls or ceilings have to be done with great attention to detail. The last thing anyone wants is to patch or repair their wall or ceilings and see a noticeable difference from the original sheetrock or drywall.
This is where finishing comes into play. There are several different types of drywall finish our Drywall Contractors can do depending on what the end drywall texture will end up being. However, the main thing is to make sure there are no visible seems or separation from one section to the next.
Taping drywall and adding joint compound is one of the key elements to a beautifully finished Drywall project. In most cases there will be several coats of carefully spread and sanded drywall joint compound in any one area. We begin by making sure that none of the screws that may be securing the sheetrock or drywall are protruding, if they are they will have to be driven in just below the surface of the wall.
Once this is done, our Wallboard Contractors add the first layer of compound is added to fill in any holes and cracks or to fill in the separation from one segment to the next. Then this is where drywall joint tape will be applied. Once its applied we smooth it out pressing it firmly into the compound to make sure it won’t lift from the wall. This process is is repeated in all areas or drywall that were replaced or repaired.
Now that the first coat has been applied and the compound has had time to dry, Drywall Repair West Palm Beach then moves on to sanding. Sanding the compound down allows for the foundation of a nice even surface. At this point we are ready to repeat the process and begin to apply the second and third coat of compound and sanding.
Now that we basically have a blank canvas and all areas have been repaired or replaced we can start to get creative and give the walls the desired Plasterboard Texture.
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