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Pasco Drywall Contractors

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Bryan O.
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Drywall, insulation demolition with repair and finish work. Well done.

  • 3 years in business
  • 13 hires on Thumbtack
Craig G.
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I had a pretty substantial honey do list of things that were completed to my satisfaction!!! They did a foundation repair, a ceiling drywall repair, and assisted on a gutter repair. Pricing was competitive and work was done on time, except for the gutters which were delayed due to other contractor. They only used the other contractor for the gutters to match the house color, and I was very glad we went that direction as it was also done very well. Pleasant to work with, professional in their work. Would use again!!!

  • 1 year in business
  • 4 hires on Thumbtack
Jill P.
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All Things Drywall & Construction hung wainscoting, wrapped my window in trim, & painted my bathroom. I am thrilled with the results!! They were clean & professional. I felt safe with them in my home. I will definitely have them do all my construction jobs!

  • 8 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Kate P.
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Where to start, since there is so much to say..........We had a house built in the 1950's that NEEDED major work done! The kitchen was moved out of the original part of the house and moved to a different extension of the house that was later added on. After new cabinets, tiles, paint and etc were added on, the house had a cheery atmosphere. There was a lot of work completed. Through all the ups and down of a home renovation, Virgil stuck with my husband and I through it all. Even when we were not very knowledgeable about the process, he was very patient with us and had shared and given us enough instruction and knowledge to complete the rest of the house that we did not commision him to work on. Not only did Virgil work on the kitchen, but we also had him work to add drywall in the basement as well. The basement is finished now. The amazing thing was that the kitchen came out just like the design had been illustrated for it. I am so glad that I had chosen Virgil over the carpenters! This guy sweated and worked hard for us. Now, with the new kitchen, basement and etc, I am proud of my home. I and my family cannot thank Virgil and his team: Sal and Danny enough! This is one HAPPY woman!

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Q & A

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

What is the difference between sheetrock and drywall?

People sometimes use the terms “sheetrock” and “drywall” interchangeably, but they are not exactly the same. Drywall is the industry term for prefabricated sheets of wall, while Sheetrock is the brand name of a type of drywall. Depending on what room is being built, your drywall installation pro will select different thicknesses or grades of drywall. Standard residential drywall is ½-inch thick. Garage walls adjacent to a living space are typically ⅝-inch thick and serve as a firewall. For a garage ceiling, most contractors will use firewall-grade drywall materials to keep your home as safe as possible.

Different types of drywall can be color-coded to indicate their purpose. Purple or green drywall boards are often mold-resistant (MR) and are applied where moisture tends to accumulate, such as in bathrooms and basements or behind tile backsplashes at sinks. These mold-resistant sheets have a fiberglass instead of a paper facing finish to prevent water absorption. Regular drywall is gray or white. The drywall industry is constantly adapting with technology to provide safer and more targeted materials. You can even install soundproofing drywall to help prevent noise transfer through rooms.

How much will it cost to fix a hole in the wall?

If you have a hole in your wall, don’t despair; drywall repair professionals can patch the hole and repaint the surface and no one will be the wiser. The cost to repair a drywall hole depends on the size of the surface area of the damage, the materials and labor required, and (for a minor repair) any minimum service fee the repair company may charge. The actual labor and drywall prices may be lower than the minimum service fee, but pros must ensure their business overhead costs are met when they go out on minor jobs. To help keep costs low once the pros get there, make sure you have the right paint on hand if you want them to do to a touch up after the repair is complete, so you don’t keep them wait (and charging you for their time) while you search in the garage. Here are two examples of average prices for smaller drywall repair jobs:

  • Approximate cost to repair a 5-foot crack in a wall: $125 (labor $75 and materials $50).
  • Approximate cost to repair a 3-foot ceiling crack: $150.

How much does it cost to repair drywall?

The national average price range to repair drywall is $210-$300. Drywall prices can vary greatly depending on the size of the hole or crack that needs repair, the amount of materials required, and other factors. Cracks can appear at the seams in your drywall due to uncontrollable factors like your house settling or even minor earthquakes. Drywall, although sturdy, will break with enough impact, so if a dresser falls and crashes into a wall or your have a mishap hammering in nails for artwork, you could need drywall repair. Drywall repair professionals may have a minimum service fee of $100-$150 regardless of the size of the job. This ensures that their business expenses are met anytime they send their crew out to a job. Here are some additional examples of average drywall repair prices:

  • Sand and texture five wall patches: $200 (45 minutes of labor and $40 of materials).
  • Repair a 4x8 section of wall: $225 (labor $150 and materials $75).
  • Replace drywall in an entire bedroom: $1,500 (price varies depending on the number of windows, whether there’s metal trim, etc.).

How much does it cost to put up drywall?

The national average cost to hire a drywall installation professional ranges $375-$1,500, depending on the job at hand and where you are in the country. Your drywall installation cost will often be lower if the professional is installing the drywall in a new construction with open access as opposed to a remodel. The square footage of the job, the amount of materials, and the labor required also determine drywall prices. According to drywall pros, materials costs can range from 15 percent to 50 percent of your total project cost, depending on the work you’re having done. Request several quotes from drywall installation companies to find the right fit for your construction project. The quotes may be based on the company’s standard cost per square foot or a calculation of the time estimated to complete the job plus the size of the job plus materials and any travel fees. For example, drywall installation for one or two standard-size rooms could cost $900-$1,500. The cost to hang and tape an outbuilding with approximately 40 drywall sheets at 75 cents per square foot could total $1,450, including 3.75 days of labor for the drywall crew.

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