Fairfax Contractors

Drywall Contractor Northern Virginia

Drywall Contractor-Northern Virginia

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Drywall Contractor, Northern Virginia is Fairfax Contractor. Fairfax Contractor installs and finishes drywall projects both residential and commercially. We work in all counties, including Fairfax, Prince William, Loudoun County, and Arlington County, Virginia. As your best-licensed drywall company, you can be assured of quality work. Fairfax Contractor works in NOVA installing and repairing all types of drywall installations. Other contractors may claim they are the best at installing drywall. We have a class A DPOR contractor’s license with an (RBC) residential building contractor, and for those commercial projects, we hold a (CBC) commercial building endorsement on our license. We possess both Worker’s Compensation insurance and general liability insurance. Reach out to us for a free estimate on any type of drywall project you may have in mind in your Northern Virginia home or commercial establishment. Fairfax Contractor is a  drywall hanging company. We use many types of drywall in our construction projects to learn more about the types of drywall we use, click this link.

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How we Finish and Install Drywall?

Fairfax Contractor is a professional and expert contractor service that undertakes all big and small tasks. We have served many clients in and around North Virginia and have a pool of satisfied clients who rely on us for our quality and timely services. Drywall Contractor Northern Virginia can handle a wide range of both drywall repair and installation. Drywall is one of the most efficient materials that is used in homes, offices and commercial spaces. It is cost-effective, durable, strong and easily available. It is a great way to hide any unwanted visuals like hanging electrical wires or outlets. Installing drywall may seem as easy as nailing a pin to the wall, but for someone who wants perfect results, it is always better to rely on professional services. A professional contractor will have the right tools and know the right techniques that get the job done on time and without any damage or harm to the foundation. So how do we install drywall and how do we finish it to perfection?

What Is Involved In Installing Drywall?

Although installing drywall does not require too many complex tools or machinery, we have the right set of tools to get the work done. Also, it is a physically strenuous task and requires to be handles by professionals like us to avoid unnecessary injuries or accidents. The first step is to choose the right kind of drywall depending on your exact needs, budgets and extent of work. The difference in material is based on the thickness of the material used. Also, the type of drywall you use also depends on where you are installing it. For example, a bathroom that has higher humidity levels will require a different kind of drywall, as compared to an exterior garage. The placement of windows, doors and electrical outlets then needs to be considered as to not affect any of the functioning. The next step is properly measuring the drywall and also put drywall backers in place. It is then necessary to properly cut the drywall. Drywall easily gets warped and is difficult to straighten thus it is important to use precision tools and a lot of practice to make sure it gets done properly. For the finishing there are two options, one either uses finished drywall or does the finishing after final installation. Using a drywall lift is necessary to prevent accidents and injuries during the installation process. Also very large sheets of drywall cannot be properly installed without a lift offering the required support. It’s always best to start with the ceilings for perfect finish. We make sure that the joints are placed properly so they don’t crack over time and use. It is also important to select the right kind of fasteners. For example, a room that has high moisture, like the bathroom, will work better with galvanized fasteners. It is then important to screw in the drywall properly and at the right places. We slowly work the way down to the side walls.

Results You Can Be Proud Of

There are many key technical points and fundamentals that need to be kept in mind when installing and finishing drywall. Improper installation will soon lose its strength, protruding screws can cause accidents, wrong cutting for electrical outlets can lead to further difficulties and many more things. While it may seem like a ‘fun DIY’ kind of a task, the complexity and precision it requires can never be obtained with experts who have the tools and know the right techniques of installing and finishing drywall. At Fairfax Contractors we have many years of experience in helping people install and finish drywall, adding to the beauty and neat look of the spaces. A drywall can be installed in any room or corner of the home. Being one of the most pocket-friendly materials, many homeowners and commercial space owners bring in its efficient functionality. It is common for the walls to bear damage or lose their original look over time, additionally numerous electrical outlets or hanging wires cast an unorganized look and can also be dangerous. With a drywall, you can hide all these big and small ‘flaws’ that may be bothering you. It’s a faster, more efficient and more cost-effective measure than repairing or other services.

Drywall Done Correctly In Northern Virginia

At Fairfax Contractor, we can help you enhance the look of your spaces with neatly installed drywall that will be finished to perfection. You can enjoy a neat and flawless  drywall installation on remodeling or renovation. Fairfax Contractor is committed to quality in products and services and ensures that every client achieves their drywall desired results. We install drywall in basement remodeling projects click this link for more information.  As A NOVA Dry wall company we can expertly install and finish drywall for an addition or new home construction. With our contractors you can expect absolute quality and only the very best of results.

The 5 Levels Of Drywall Finishes

The 5 Levels of Drywall Finishes is used in writhing out drywall contracts by Fairfax Contractor. Most contraction project specifications include the type of dry wall levels of finishes. Fairfax Contractor uses different levels of drywall finishes when drawing up a contract to do drywall work. Level 0 drywall finish no taping or finishing, just drywall hung. Level 1 drywall tape is applied. This will give you a level one drywall finish. Level 2 Joint compound applied over the tape. When the tape has been covered with the compound it will be considered level a level 2 finish. Level 3 All joints and interior angles shall have tape embedded in joint compound and shall be immediately wiped with a joint knife leaving a thin coating of joint compound over all joints and interior angles. One additional coat of joint compound shall be applied over all joints and interior angles. Fastener heads and corner beads will be covered with two separate coats of joint compound. Level 4 All joints and interior angles shall have tape embedded in joint compound and shall be immediately wiped with a joint knife leaving a thin coating of joint compound over all joints and interior angles. Two separate coats of joint compound shall be applied over all flat joints and one separate coat of joint compound shall be applied over interior angles. Fastener heads and accessories shall be covered with three separate coats of joint compound. All joint compound shall be smooth and free of tool marks and ridges. It is recommended that the prepared surface is coated with a paint primer prior to the application of final finishes. Level 5 A skim coat of joint compound is intended to conceal small imperfections in joints and on the surface of the drywall to help conceal joints and create the appearance of uniformity. A skim coat will also smooth the texture of the drywall paper; minimize differences in the finish, Level 5 drywall finish can create the maximum consistent surface to which the final paint can be applied. The Level 5 finish is required to achieve the highest degree of quality by providing a uniform surface and minimizing the possibility of joint photographing.