Even the most well-constructed houses may develop cracks in the drywall over time. Most often seen around doors and windows, drywall cracks occur when a new house “settles” over time, flexing slightly as the wood becomes accustomed to the new stress being applied to it. Normal wear-and-tear, water damage, and even household accidents can also damage your sheetrock, gypsum board, or plaster walls. Whatever the challenge, our home improvement team is experienced in all manner of drywall repairs.
When a new house settles, the wooden frame dries out and flexes slightly, causing the drywall attached to it to crack. Nails and screws may also pop out, which can be hazardous, especially in a household with small children. If you notice any cracks in your drywall, call us right away for a quick, easy repair.
Did a corner of the table bash in the wall when you were moving it? Not a problem. KC’s is well-equipped to patch up any holes or dents in your drywall. We’ll square up the hole, measure and cut a new piece of drywall, wet sand it, and match it to the original texture and color. No one visiting your home will be able to tell that the damage ever occurred.
Leaky roofs, water heaters, toilets, showers, sinks, and washing machines can all cause unsightly water damage to your drywall. Not only will we repair the drywall, we will identify and repair the cause of the damage so that there’s no need to call us back—as much as we love seeing you.
Of course, you may want to build a completely new wall, dividing a room in half and creating more space. If that’s the case, we’ve got you covered–we’re just as good at building drywall as we are at fixing it. Many homeowners are also interested in installing drywall in garages or on top of unused fireplaces, both options we’re happy to provide.
Whether you need patchwork, a repair, or a complete cosmetic upgrade, call us today for a free cost estimate with the best local drywall contractor in the Triad.
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