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Fairfax Virginia Drywall Repair and Installation Services

Picture Drywall, also known as Sheetrock, Wallboard, Gyp Board, Gypsum board, or Plasterboard is a vital component in home building. With the increase in popularity of drywall, the practice of building a foundation, and utilizing drywall for wallpaper or paint is very popular. With our experience in the industry, we have studied and mastered drywall installation. While others may struggle, we provide an exceptional product. It is one thing to have experience in fixing sheetrock, but it takes real attention to detail in order to avoid the common mistakes people face during its installation. Below are some of the common mistakes a lot of installers are prone to encounter in the course of executing their services;

​Common mistakes people make during Sheetrock installation:

  • Forgetting to cut out tapered edges
  • Misplacing sheetrock edge support
  • Not getting the accurate frame location
  • Fastening before fitting
  • Making too many unnecessary joints
  • Failing to use the right tools (improvising)
  • Neglecting safety

 
Our first-class sheetrock installation service ensures that the wallboard is appropriately fitted and flush, in preparation for the final steps in which we focus on refining, smoothing out, and making the end result presentable. We have all the right tools necessary for installing your new drywall.

 
Safety is a very high priority of ours, and that is why we make sure that our team is always working with the right tools and PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) to protect both our workers and also, our clients.
The tools we use for your wallboard installation are;

  • Drywall saw
  • Prying bar
  • Screw gun
  • Stepladder
  • T-Square
  • Tape measure
  • Taping Knife
  • Utility Knife
  • Hammer
  • Level
  • Drill
  • Chalk line
  • PPE
  • Screwdriver
  • Drywall nails
  • Foot lifts
  • Interior wallboard professional installation.
  • Appropriate sheetrock selection for your project.
  • Exclusive drywall installation for residential and commercial buildings.
  • Installation of moisture resistant plasterboard (Green Board)
  • Blue board gyp board installation.
  • Paperless gyp board installation.
  • Purple gypboard installation (enhanced moisture resistant drywall)
  • Tape X Drywall (Fire resistant gypboard) Installation.
  • Soundproof gypboard installation.
The hallway of a house, in which drywall has not yet been installed.

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The interior ceiling of a house in which drywall is being installed.

Choosing your drywall:

Since there are various types of drywall, the choice you require will be dependent on the purpose of your installation. We are here to assist you in determining the best for your project. Here is a brief on the popular types of drywall for all kinds of projects;
  1. Blue Board Drywall:
This type of sheetrock is used for plastering projects such as veneer plastering for which it is essential. It has a high absorption property with equally high water resistance. The best use of blue board is seen in bathrooms (and other places with high moisture content.)
  1. Green Board Drywall:
Green board sheetrock is popularly called “moisture resistant drywall”. One of the factors which you should consider when making your choice of drywall is the cost. Green board drywall is known for its high purchase cost. We use it as a tile backer in places where there is high moisture.
  1. Type X Drywall:
Type X sheetrock is known for its fire resistant properties as it is usually made with non-combustible fibers. We use it in places with a fire rating above 20 minutes.
  1. Paperless Drywall:
Paperless sheetrock is covered with fiberglass. The fiberglass aims to keep the sheetrock from decaying. With the glass coating this aids in an increased mold resistance.
  1. Purple Drywall:
Purple drywall possesses very high moisture resistance. We recommend it for places that have a very high moisture content.
  1. Soundproof Drywall:
As the name implies, soundproof drywall is typically for use in places with loud noises. It is comprised of dense fibers which helps to mitigate noise vibrations
The kitchen/dining room of a house that has just finished being drywalled.
The dining room of a house that has just finished being drywalled.

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