Residential drywall projects are available to homeowners that are looking to revitalize and enhance the interiors of their homes. We often recommend drywall for many interior projects because of its durability and its versatility. Drywall can easily be customized to your liking so it fits any home interior aesthetic and can be remodeled over time or easily repaired. Drywall does not take long to install when done by a professional, and it is extremely affordable and able to fit most budgets.
The reason many of our clients opt for drywall as opposed to plaster, or other interior wall materials, is because drywall is incredibly easy to install and affordable when compared to the other options. It is very durable as well which means that you can rely on it for long-term use and without the need for constant maintenance or repairs. Another benefit that drywall has is that it can easily insulate a room much quicker and better than other building materials. This means that drywall can help you regulate your interior temperatures and reduce energy waste from your heating and air utilities.
Many of our clients that decide to opt for drywall do so with the intention to eventually paint it. We can offer painting solutions for your drywall that are easy, efficient, and convenient. Painting your drywall begins by sanding the top layer of the drywall so that any ridges or bumps are removed to provide an even surface. The drywall is then primed before it is coded with a durable layer of paint that is evenly applied to the entire surface of the drywall. It is important to protect surrounding furnishings including your flooring, furniture, as well as crown molding and other interior borders, to prevent paint from splattering or staining the surfaces.
When it comes to drywall maintenance, there are no definite steps that you need to take to ensure the integrity of drywall. However, there are steps you can take to minimize potential damage to drywall and protect it from moisture, which can ultimately affect drywall negatively. Some of the steps include adding corner protectors to your drywall so that they are not easily chipped, as well as using a water-resistant paint on the surface of your drywall so that if it comes in contact with minimal amounts of water it is not easily stained.
We appreciate the level of durability that drywall has to offer and its versatility when used around the home. We specialize in the installation of drywall and can vouch for its strength and ability to combat most types of stains as well as direct force. However, it should be noted that drywall is not invincible and can succumb to potential damages in the future including blunt force and excessive water damage. Nonetheless, if you were looking for a durable building material to serve your interior wall structures, drywall is a great option.