Drywall is the staple material found in the walls of most buildings in the U.S. today. It’s usually a type of board made from plaster, wood pulp or other material, and it’s necessary to install it for a variety of reasons. Maybe you’re building a new room in your home, or you’re tackling an office building from the ground up. There are multiple steps that go into drywall installation, from cutting to mudding to taping, and if one step is performed incorrectly, the whole project can end up looking a mess.

At Sage Construction in Des Moines, Iowa, our team of skilled and experienced professionals use advanced methods to ensure our drywall installation services are effective, efficient, and most importantly, safe. Let us be your next contractor and contact us today!

In this blog post, we’ll discuss why you should leave drywall installation to the pros — there are more than 93,000 experts out there qualified to do it, anyways.

It’ll get done perfectly the first time.

Installing drywall isn’t as easy as all the online DIY blogs and videos make it seem. Sure, it might save you a few bucks, but unless you have previous experience being a handyman (or woman), a professional will make sure it get done correctly the first time.

Whether the project is a residential basement renovation or a brand new commercial property, contractors are totally trained to use specialized tools and to make sure not to damage any floors, walls or ceilings.

Tools and Supplies

First off, construction teams typically have the right tools, vehicles and supplies needed to install drywall — no matter the size of the project. You won’t have to worry about wasting money on the right tools or making sure you have the right thing-a-ma-bobs or gadgets or gizmos.

Drywall installation experts have everything they need to get the precise measurements and accurate cuts the first time around, thanks to the many other projects they have under their belts from before yours.

Better Looking Final Result

OK, we don’t mean this in a (totally) boastful way, but a contractor won’t only get the job done right, but it’ll also look amazing. Contractors work with all kinds of rooms and buildings, and we know when one might be uneven, or what would look best in an office space.

Trusting us with your building will be worth it in the long run because we know what we’re doing, whereas you might allow yourself a few sloppy mistakes for all your hard work.

It’s worth the cost.

Allowing a professional to handle your remodel will ultimately save you time and enhance quality of the work. Also, contractors should know the codes and standards necessary in your state for the room, so you won’t have to worry about that in the future if you decide to sell your home or building.

The quality of work you’re receiving is definitely factored into the price of a contractor’s drywall installation services. But think about it this way: Would you rather pay that upfront to make sure the project is done flawlessly the first time, or end up paying the same to fix any mistakes you might make?

Also, most drywall construction teams will take care of the mess after the project is completed. And believe us — that alone is worth hiring a professional.

You won’t have to endure any of the risks or dangers associated with installation.

Honestly, drywall installation isn’t a one-person job — it takes a team to get it done efficiently and accurately. Drywall contractors know the industry-standard precautions to follow to make sure it’s done safely, too. For example, wearing facemasks to prevent breathing in fumes from chemicals in the air or wearing gloves to protect your fingers from the complex tools and supplies.

It’ll get done faster.

The process of correctly installing drywall can take several days, but probably even longer than that if you’re tackling the project yourself. Chances are, you don’t know how to do it and you may have never done it before, which adds the length of time it takes teaching yourself. That’s a whole bunch of added stress on your likely already-busy to-do list.

While you’re busy getting other tasks in your life completed, like going to the grocery store or maybe even another home project you’re more capable of, drywall contractors can worry about accurately getting your walls finished.

Choose Sage Construction As Your Drywall Contractor

Our team at Sage Construction is experienced and talented at drywall installations — small or large, residential or commercial. Our top priorities are safety, efficiency, and of course, our clients. We’ll keep you updated on your drywall project, and we ensure quality and accuracy. Let us be your next contractor in Des Moines! For more information, call us today at (515) 393-4350, or request an appointment by filling out our online form.