Our drywall installation experts are here to help you achieve the best possible results on your project.
Constructing a new building or renovating an existing one is a complicated process that involves multiple types of specialized labor. In other words, you will need help from a variety of subcontractors to complete the project—for example, you will need electricians to install the wiring and plumbers to install the pipes. Another specialized task you might need help with is drywall installation.
The drywall installation process is trickier than it looks, and it’s easy to make mistakes if you don’t have the right experience. If you are looking for professionals with the right knowledge and skills to take care of this part of your build, you can turn to our team at BAS Walls & Ceilings. We’ll make sure the drywall is installed correctly, so you can proceed with the rest of your project without having to worry about it.
When you enlist our team for help with drywall installation, the first thing we will do is calculate how much drywall we will need. Then, we’ll measure each wall and ceiling again in order to figure out how many panels each one will require and how best to cut them out. Once we have double-checked our measurements, we will cut out the panels and begin hanging them.
We’ll start with installing drywall on the ceiling, moving each board into position and screwing it into place. Our team knows exactly how many screws to use and where to place them to ensure the drywall ceiling remains firmly attached to the joists, and you can count on us to get the job done right.
After we have finished with the ceiling portion of the drywall installation process, we will get to work on the walls. For this part of the process, we will first apply drywall adhesive to the wall studs, which will help secure each board and reduce the number of screws we need to use. It will also help muffle noise inside the room, preventing sound from projecting into other parts of the building. Then, we’ll move each panel into place and use screws to anchor it down. We’ll place the first screw in the center of the board and then add more to either side of the first, working our way outward until we reach the edges.
The last step in drywall installation is to cut holes in the drywall for things like doors, windows, outlets, and other openings. We will refer to your building plans and take careful measurements to ensure each opening is placed in the right spot. If you have questions about this process, simply reach out to our team at your earliest convenience—our experts will be happy to provide the answers you are looking for.
We are proud to serve the Central Florida area, and we want to help you make your clients’ homes the best they can be. If you need help with drywall installation, we encourage you to reach out to us as soon as possible to get our experts on the job.