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Tired of looking at that unsightly hole in your drywall, crack running through your Living Room or peeling on your patio? While drywall damage is quite common due to weather elements, soil movement, accidental damage, and more, these types of damage are not something that you want to procrastinate performing necessary repairs.
While you may think damage is more of a cosmetic blemish, the drywall is an essential component of your home. Drywall is an added layer of defense from pests, weather, moisture, and fire resistance. Allowing these elements to have a pathway in, results in your home being less energy efficient, as the heat and air conditioning also escape through damaged areas.
There are some home improvement projects that you as a homeowner can tackle on your own as a D-I-Y project, however drywall repair is best left to a professional. The last thing you want is to be reminded of the damage every time you walk into your home because the repairs are still visible. Here are a few questions to ask yourself before tackling any repair yourself:
Inexperience with a drywall repair or new installation can lead to wasted time and money, not to mention a lot of frustration. Proper finishing technique is the portion of any repair or new installation that requires the most skill and expertise. A good repair should be practically invisible, while a great repair will not only be invisible, it will also enhance the room.
The drywall services offered by TWD provide each customer the opportunity to diversify their project and home.
Drywall improvements to your home provide a strong sense of style and dimension. From removal of dropped ceilings to give the illusion of more space, customized built-in drywall media walls and architectural elements, to acoustic ceiling texture repair or removal, TWD is skilled at helping you build your home around your lifestyle.
Upon scheduling your estimate appointment, a member of our team will perform a walk of your home with you to address all of your concerns. A few of the commons items to look for during your assessment:
Caused by normal wear and tear, settling or accidental damage.
Loose drywall tape and peeling paint.
Inconsistent texture, acoustic or popcorn ceiling texture, or tape and texture of new drywall.
Stained drywall and areas that have been remediated due to water penetration.
Using an infrared camera (or commonly referred as an IR camera), we can use thermal imaging to detect damp or temperature differential areas within your walls to track down the source of the water damage. The benefit of using IR technology is that we can confidently detect issues before mold or physical damage is apparent and pinpoint the moisture pockets without the cost or headache of exploratory demolition.
"What a wonderful experience! Todd Whittaker Drywall exceeded my expectations in every way! Each person, from the friendly office staff, skilled craftsmen, and detailed supervisor provided professional, high quality service. The expert drywall repair and spackling were completed in a timely manner, with utmost care. I highly recommend TWD!"
Debbie DeLuca, Homeowner
Green drywall, or more commonly referred to as greenboard, is moisture-resistant. PURPLE® drywall is moisture-resistant, as well as mold and mildew resistant. Both products are used in bathrooms and other wet areas of your home due to their resistant properties. PURPLE® drywall is only made by National Gypsum.