There's many different reasons for sheetrock repair and they generally fall into one of four categories:
Whatever the job is, there’s more than one way to patch holes and get ready to paint. We’ve encountered pretty much any situation you could imagine and we are experts and dealing with all of them. Is your old ceiling sagging and in need of repairs? We got you covered. You might be faced with some water damage from an AC or plumbing problem. We’ll explain all the options available to you. If you’re moving, it’s so important for you to have great looking walls and ceilings without having to spend a fortune on renovation. Because there’s different ways to deal with all of these, we’ll do whatever we can to make sure you are satisfied with the results. We even see damaged ceilings due to poor ventilation inside your restroom. We can fix that too.
While gypsum board is a wonderful invention, it is not infallible. Despite layer upon layer of mud, tape and paint, it is prone to dings, dents and holes. A little bit of heightened rough housing and you’ve got a mess. Slam the door too hard against the wall and you’ve got a small hole to contend with. If a table careens into drywall while moving, you’ve got a dent to repair. None of this is the end of the world but it is an eyesore. When you have busted sheetrock, contact Mt Rose Drywall.
There are a million and one videos scattered across the internet instructing laymen and women how to repair drywall. It’s a rather simple process. Construction is not rocket science, it just takes, skill, tools, materials, practice and time. If you are short on any one of those, contact Mt Rose Drywall Repair Reno. In a fraction of the time it takes you to purchase the necessary tools and supplies that you will probably only use once, our team can have the hole patched. When you hire us, it’s a one and done scenario. DIY projects are great because it allows you to expand your mind and your skillset. However, they tend to be costly. We can patch holes at an unbelievably low cost.
One of the most annoying facts about hiring an electrician and plumber is that they remedy the source of the problem but leave you hanging in terms of clean up and finishing. If the electrician has to drill an additional hole, do you think she will patch it? That would be too much like right. When the plumber busts your ceiling to replace a leaky pipe, he will refer you to his buddy to repair the ceiling. We won’t leave you out to dry. Our team will repair your ceiling, sand and paint it. Your home will be back to normal in no time.
Spackling vs. Patching
When deciding whether to simply spackle or patch you must follow the rule of thumb. If the hole is large enough to fit a thumb, it’s time to patch. Anything smaller than a thumb size can simply be spackled with mud. Apply a couple of layers, sand and paint. Patching requires an extra step. We source the right type and size patch, cut it to fit the size of the hole and position it in place. Depending on the damage, we may need to reinforce the break with a small piece of wood. If you have one or several drywall holes in your home or place of business, contact us for swift repairs.
Tools and Efficiency
All a contractor has in life are her tools, her word and talent. She could spend a month installing drywall in a medium size home. But with the right tools, a motorized drill, stud finder and measuring tape, it will only take 2-3 days. When state of the art tools are combined with years of experience, there’s no way you can lose. Technology allows us to work efficiently. The more efficiently we operate, the more money you save. We can charge less for labor and you are given the freedom to move onto more pressing issues.