Drywall Contractor: Residential House, Office or Commercial Property – Drywall Installation & Plastering

Taping and Mudding Drywall

Drywall InstallationAs any interior designer knows, beautiful walls are the start to beautiful rooms. But selecting the color of the walls is not necessarily the very first task of the home improvement project.

Another time consuming and labor intensive but essential part of the project is Drywall Installation. The drywall provides the backing for your finishing touches and interior design.

The Paint City’s team of efficient, experienced drywall professionals is ready help you to install, repair and finish drywalls for your family home or office. Expect a compete solution for a very competitive price: preparation, cutting, hanging, taping, texture selections and painting your walls to achieve the special look and feel.

Drywall Installation & Drywall Repair Services

  • Installed DrywallTexture removal from the walls and ceilings
  • Standard drywall installation (hang, tape, sand, and texture)
  • Install moisture proof drywall (green board)
  • Install Wonderboard or Durarock (backer board for tile)
  • Replace popcorn acoustic ceiling spray with texture to match walls
  • Tape and sand joints

While small installations and minor repairs such as patching are easy enough to be completed by most home owners, large installations and repairs should be kept to the professionals.

The Paint City professionals will install and/or renovate drywall throughout the home in a fraction of the time of the average homeowner, and with experienced accuracy.

Want that tiny room to look spacious and airy? Or do you like a cozy, warm feeling? Want to coat your walls with the paint that adds light or the color that is comforting? Energizing?

Just describe your need and get a free estimate for a quick, easy and cost effective service!

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Expect good value. Contact Alan Mityev at alan@paintcity.ca
or by calling (778) 865-41 07.

Get a Free Painting Estimate.

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