CHILLIWACK DRYWALL RENOVATING
We are your go to team who can tear down old drywall, install new board, and finish your interior walls in preparation for paint. This includes patching in large holes, coating damaged old walls and corners, and texturing. No matter your requests, we want to leave you completely satisfied with our services.
Old textured ceilings have become outdated and undesired. There are a few paths we can take to solve this common unwanted feature. We can scrape off the texture as much as possible before applying drywall mud to make a new smooth surface. Then the choice is yours to leave the ceiling smooth for painting, or give it a new fresh texture job. Otherwise, we can tear down the whole ceiling to put up new drywall board.
As your drywall contractor, we can be very flexible with your special requests and budgeting. Doing the demolishing, clearing, covering, and vacuuming yourself are ways that we can help with a tighter budget. This is of course if you are not working with a general contractor and only looking for drywall work and repairs.
Some ambitious homeowners decide to board up the walls and ceilings themselves if it's a small and easy enough of a project and/or if they have the time. This isn't always the best path to take, however, if you consider the following. For small projects, the cost in labour for drywall finishing is inexpensive, as well as stress free and painless for you. Furthermore, depending on your boarding experience, the cost in labour for drywall finishing can drastically increase as a result of inexperienced boarding installation. On top of that, there may be an increase chance in getting cracks. If you contact us ahead of time, we can discuss the differences of free quotes between different paths to take so you can choose what you want for your home renovation.
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The drywall stage of your renovation can be a messy stage. We highly recommend you to not put in new floors or carpet beforehand. No worries if you did, however, as we can cover the floors. But, it would be a fair amount of extra work that would not have been necessary. When it comes to the end at the sanding stage, we won't want to have much air movement in the area so that 95% of the sand falls straight down and doesn't float too far unless the work area is already enclosed from finished parts of your home. Furniture and items close by can have a layer of poly placed over top of them.