- Drywall is a construction material used to create walls and ceilings. It’s also used to create many design features, including eaves, arches, and other architectural specialties. It’s quick and easy to install, incredibly durable and requires only simple repairs when damaged. In the commercial building world, drywall is used to wrap columns to conceal steel beams and is an easy and inexpensive way to top off masonry walls above ceilings. Drywall is also used to add fire resistance at walls and ceilings, containing the spread of fire so people can evacuate safely during an emergency.
- Taping drywall can be a frustrating, gut-wrenching experience. Nagging flaws will show up right after painting and even months later. Nail pops, corner-bead cracks and bad joints will plague your walls forever. If you are not sure what you are doing, contact us.