Drywall Hanging

Drywall

Drywall is a crucial component in any project. Without it the walls are incomplete and small cracks or inconsistencies can mar a smooth paint finish. An experienced drywall team knows how to handle any angle and any challenge without compromising on a smooth finish. Learning the intricacies of drywall hanging takes years of experience, and our teams have that experience.

Hanging

During the hanging process we will examine the environment, determine if we need to update the framing or structure, and then measure out the walls. If you want a certain style or different method of drywall mounting, we will incorporate it into the final project. The drywall hanging process takes time to perfect, but the finished product is always smooth. We will measure, cut, and hang the drywall per your design and the specifications of the space. This process will take time, but the drywall hanging process is relatively simple depending on the space and layout.

Mud

After hanging the drywall we will mud the walls to hide any imperfections and seams. Mudding the walls takes time only because of the dry time, so we will try to space this out for efficiency as much as possible. Once the teams are satisfied with how an area looks we will consider the room done and available for paint, outlets, etc. We will follow up after other contractors work to make sure no damage was done to the walls and that there is no need for us to come back and do touch ups.

Finishing

We cannot create many custom finishes with drywall, but we can work around other projects like custom wood carvings or certain parts of the building. The finishing process is a second clean-up of the hung drywall to make sure there are no issues, leaks, or rough edges.