Drywall jobs can vary in size from patching a few holes in existing walls to hanging all new walls and ceilings in a home or office. There are two stages of a drywalling job. The first is hanging the sheet rock. The second is taping and using joint compound to fill the seams and provide a seamless look. Filling the seams or “mudding” is a skill that takes years to master, and someone without the proper experience can end up giving you an unfinished bumpy look.
Before hiring someone to do drywall work for you there are a few questions to ask.
A quality contractor will not be offended by any of these questions. We strive to make our process and costs as transparent as possible and to deliver high quality work that meets and exceeds our client’s expectations on every job!