Here at Drywall Charleston, we offer a number of competitive services at competitive prices. From drywall construction and plastering to level-5 finishing and noise dampening, we’re here to help. Below is a list of some of the most common services that we offer and what exactly these services entail.
Drywall is a basic building material that is used to create walls, ceilings, and other structures within a building. It provides a simple, cheap, and effective way to conceal beams and bearings, shape structures, and provide a clean finished look. Another advantage of drywall is this it can be easily repaired. So, whether you’re looking to do construction within your building or perhaps some of your walls need repairing, we’ve got your back. With years of experience, we know just what you need, and our competitive pricing can’t be beaten.
Similar to drywall, plastering is a great way to give your walls and ceilings a nice finishing touch. However, it is different because using plaster involves coating the surfaces themselves. This is a more difficult process as it involves mixing the plaster materials and applying the coat evenly and smoothly. Despite these challenges, our company and employees are well versed in these techniques and have the skill and finesse to get the job done right. While other companies may lack the patience or diligence, we’ve got you covered.
- Level-5 Finish
When it comes to drywall finishes, level-5 is the highest quality available. It involves all the processes of the previous levels with an additional layer of skim coat added for good measure. This provides the smoothest possible drywall. Most drywall will have at best a level-4 finish; however, if you want the sleekest and smoothest finish, ask about level-5. We are skilled in the application of this coat, and we’ll take your drywall above and beyond what most competitors will leave you with.
An often requested feature in drywall installation is soundproofing. Most drywall contains no additional functionality when it comes to sound dampening. This means that in order to reduce noise, you would have to fill the walls with insulation or stack extra pieces of drywall together. Rather than use these extra materials, however, you could instead purchase soundproof drywall made to reduce noise. These sheets of drywall are constructed to have a more solid inner layer that is less conductive of noise. Let us know if this is a feature you’re interested in.