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Prescreened Drywall Installation & Replacement Services in Baltimore, MD

B & D Construction Company
184 Verified Ratings
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(443) 546-2798
1702 South Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
Juan's Home Improvement, LLC
9 Verified Ratings
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(202) 715-9101
5723 Utrecht rd
Baltimore, MD 21206
We Can Fix That
8 Verified Ratings
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(443) 546-2876
5510 Greenfield Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21206
MUS Enterprises
6 Verified Ratings
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(301) 960-0775
2112 Mount Holly Sreet
Baltimore, MD 21216
Masonry and Remodeling Kontractors, LLC
14 Verified Ratings
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(443) 200-9909
1005 Benedict Court
Belair, MD 21014

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Reviews of Baltimore Drywall Companies

Project: Install Drywall
Baltimore, MD

On time and completed as expected.

Project: Install Drywall
Glen Burnie, MD

Very pleased with the work, will hire them again!

Project: Install Drywall
Glen Burnie, MD

I would recommend apex, they did great work at a very reasonable price and worked around my schedule


Unscreened Drywall & Plaster Contractors in Baltimore, Maryland

The Brothers Creation

Baltimore, MD 21202
2708 Marbourne Ave
Baltimore, MD 21230
Baltimore, MD 21215
bahena workforce
13 Bykes Court
Baltimore, MD 21206
Douglas Barnes
5507 Whitwood Road
Baltimore, MD 21206

Things to Consider Before You Install Drywall or Sheetrock:

  • What kind of drywall project is this? (Check all that apply)

    Standard drywall installation (hang, tape, sand, and texture)
    Install (hang) drywall only
    Install moisture proof drywall (green board)
    Install Wonderboard or Durarock (backer board for tile)
    Tape and sand joints only
    Tape, sand, and texture only
    Spray texture only
    Replace popcorn acoustic ceiling spray with texture to match walls
    Don't Know
  • Which rooms of your house need drywall? (Check all that apply)

    Living room
    Dining room
    Family room
    Ceiling(s) only
    Garage or storage room
  • What type of finish(es) do you want? (Check all that apply)

    No finish
    Fire tape only (garage, storage, work room)
    Smooth finish (no texture) to paint
    Smooth finish to apply wallpaper/faux painting techniques
    Simple texture (orange peel, knockdown)
    Complex texture (hand troweled)
    Texture to match existing drywall
    Would also like paint
    Don't Know

Ideas & Inspiration from Baltimore Drywall & Plaster Contractors

Baltimore Drywall Installation

Few homeowners realize it until they'll well into a larger home improvement project, but drywall work goes hand in hand with just about every major interior home repair or remodeling job in the industry. In fact, Baltimore drywall installation and finishing are two of the most important steps when it comes to finishing everything from basement remodels to repairing large-scale water damage in your home. Can you do it yourself? Sure. Should you do it yourself? That's another question all together. To give you a better idea of what you might be getting into, here's the basic steps of any drywall installation in Baltimore. Read on to determine whether you're ready to tackle this job yourself, or whether it's time to call in a professional.

Hanging Drywall
This is the easy part of any drywall installation in Baltimore. Hanging drywall isn't so much difficult as it is time-consuming and physically-demanding. That being the case, most accomplished home handymen can handle this part without much trouble. You'll need the appropriate materials, including the proper number of drywall sheets and a box or bucket of drywall screws as well as a ladder, a cordless drill or drywall drill, a utility knife, a keyhole saw, and a good buddy. A six pack of Natty Boh is optional, though if you include it on your shopping list, we strongly recommend you save the brew until after you're done climbing up and down the ladder and there's no work left involving power tools and sharp objects. All joking aside, all you've got to do to hang your sheetrock is to cut the drywall to the right size and screw it onto the studs. Remember the mantra "done is better than perfect." Don't get us wrong here, you definitely want your drywall to fit together as tight as possible, but covering the gaps and making things look seamless is what the next step of drywall installation in Baltimore is for.

Working with Mud
As we said, hanging your drywall is the easy part. The step that gives most inexperienced do-it-yourselfers pause is applying the joint compound, or mud, as it's called in the industry. It's not that slapping compound onto drywall is all that tough. Anyone with a bucket of compound and a trowel can do that. The trick is learning how do so with minimal mess and waste, and more importantly, how to do it and end up with a seamless joint between drywall sheets that no one will notice after you apply your interior paint. If you haven't done this work before, be forewarned: for your first several, or several hundred, tries, you'll probably end up with more mud on yourself and the floor than on the wall you're trying to finish. That being said, if you're working in a finished area, better put some drop clothes on the list of things to pick up at the hardware store as well.

While professional contractors make Baltimore drywall finishing look easy, the truth is that it take a lot of practice before you're able to do it right, and even longer before you can move along at an efficient pace. If you've got the time and patience, you will eventually figure out how to apply the compound over the drywall tape and then smooth it down at the edges until you create a seamless transition into the drywall itself. However, if you're not someone with a lot of patience, and you're not a big fan of learning from your mistakes, then this is a good time to call in a contractor to do your Baltimore drywall finishing for you.

Costs and Project Durations
If you do decide to hire your Baltimore drywall installation and/or your Baltimore drywall finishing out, then you're probably wondering how much it's going to cost you. provides contractor referrals to thousands of Baltimoreans every year, and we follow up every Baltimore drywall installation job that originates in our system with a homeowner survey. Based on the information those surveys provide, an average Baltimore drywall installation runs about $1,900 and takes six days to complete from start to finish. However, it pays to talk to several local contractors before you rule this job as too expensive for your budget. Depending on the size and scope of your project, final costs can vary by thousands of dollars, up or down, for a drywall installation in Baltimore. Getting bids straight from the horse's mouth won't cost you anything, and you might be pleasantly surprised with the quotes you end up getting.

Drywall installation in Baltimore is part and parcel to just about any large interior home improvement or remodeling project you're likely to tackle, so chances are you'll have to face it one way or another. Our best advice if you're considering doing this job yourself: make sure you take a step back before you dive in and honestly evaluate whether you've got the experience and/or stubbornness to pull a drywall installation in Baltimore off without professional help.