Top drywall contractors in Houston, TX. We work on your drywall needs, our work is 100% guaranteed and we will provide you with a fair estimate before we begin any job. We have the best drywall specialists in the Houston metro area. We accept all major forms of payment and are fully insured. No job is too big or too small for us. When you have any drywall repair need, my clean painter is here for you! We can patch, repair, texture and restore any type of drywall and we usually do this in one day’s work.
Our services include: drywall repair and finishing, interior and exterior painting, ceiling repairs, popcorn texture removal, wall repair, sheetrock repair, finishing and installation, spray texture, tape and float, texture match, wall paper removal, wall patch and repair.
Drywall installation, repair and patching is a huge part of the work we perform. Drywall work in and of itself is a basic task in the construction industry, but to be an expert takes many years of experience in a wide range of techniques. There are many methods associated with drywall installation, repair and patching that we have perfected over the past years. Proper preparation is a must not to mention that building codes for the correct installation of drywall are very specific. Whether your drywall project is residential or commercial, My Clean Painter always utilizes the proper approach and makes the necessary preparations to achieve an outstanding finish on every project.
Do you need someone to install and finish or repair and patch your drywall? We perform all phases of drywall finishing: sheet installation, taping, and textures. Whether your project is in preparation of painting or you just need some damage repaired, not only do we have the experience to do the job well, we have the courtesy to keep the entire work area clean and dust free. Our technicians are experts in matching existing textures. We can make your walls look the way they did before the imperfections appeared.
DIY Drywall – Do’s and Dont’s
Never use tapered edges for outside corners where corner bead goes. The thinner edge of the drywall makes it hard to properly fill the beaded edge with taping compound. As your last task, run a putty knife over all screw heads and set all fasteners below the surface. Since you put them in, it’s your job (not the taper’s) to make sure they’re properly set.