Drywall & Plaster Repairs
Drywall is a material used to build walls and ceiling of your home. It is also used to repair or patch holes in plaster walls that are too damaged for spackling or joint compound repair.
Many ceiling and drywall repairs are due to plumbing and water damages and can be fixed by a licensed contractor easily and quickly. We can handle all your ceiling repairs including removing popcorn ceilings, texturing walls and ceilings, installing drywall sheetrock, baseboards, patching holes in walls, drywall texturing and much more.
Do you have dents, dings or holes that need to be repaired in your walls? We can handle all of your drywall and plaster repair needs; we do everything from repairs to hanging and finishing drywall. The majority of our work is residential, but we also have the capabilities and experience to do commercial work.
Hanging sheetrock or drywall is important with any remodel or repair because it represents the final surface what you see every day see every day. That is why it is important to hire a reputable and established business that can provide you with a high-quality finishing.
Doing the actual job is only part of the work, preparation is key to having a properly done dry wall and plastering job. We want to keep your home or business as free from debris and damage and dust, so when we leave, there is little clean-up necessary.
We have the experience to handle your drywall and plaster needs and give your house remodel or repair that when painted you won’t know there was ever a problem.
Boise Carpentry and Handyman Services is a Licensed Contractor Boise Idaho and we are Fully Insured.
We are licensed, bonded and insured and can handle any and all aspects of stucco, drywall and plaster work.
Treasure Valley Revival Drywall Services:
- Taping & Finishing
- Hand Applied Wall Textures
- Sprayed On Wall Finishes
- Priming & Painting
- Stud Framing
- Acoustical Ceilings
- Water damages
- Texture ceilings
- Interior painting
- Hanging, taping, & finishing of drywall on new or existing walls
- Patching holes, nail pops, or cracks in drywall
- Patching cracks or missing plaster
- Applying new texture
- Matching existing texture