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Drywall Installers in Kansas City, MO

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Prescreened Drywall Installation & Replacement Services in Kansas City, MO

Thomas AX Painting & Contracting, LLC
7 Verified Ratings
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(866) 388-3142
5913 Northwest 90th Terrece
Kansas City, MO 64154
Wright Drywall Specialties, Inc.
31 Verified Ratings
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(866) 497-6854
800 Northwest 40th Terrace
Kansas City, MO 64116
Helling Construction
2 Verified Ratings
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(913) 933-3191
6506 North West Mil Mar Drive
Kansas City, MO 64151
A Custom Finish, LLC
1 Verified Ratings
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(866) 345-7118
5007 Northwest Ridgewood Drive
Kansas City, MO 64151
Sorto Remodeling
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(877) 341-7099
1332 Gorgia Avenue
Kansas City, KS 66104

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Reviews of Kansas City Drywall Companies

Project: Install Drywall
Kansas City, MO

Mr. Wright came prepared with all the necessary professional equipment to get the job done in a timely manner. I couldn't be more pleased.

Project: Install Drywall
Kansas City, MO

tony wright was very nice ,prompt ,and reliable.i would highly reccomend him.

Project: Install Drywall
Prairie Village, KS

Quick response, was able to get out and complete job on very short notice. Works fast and well.


Unscreened Drywall & Plaster Contractors in Kansas City, Missouri

Glory Construction Co
7105 N Crystal Ave
Kansas City, MO 64119
Class Act Drywall
9134 Askew Ave
Kansas City, MO 64132

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 Kansas City Drywall & Plaster Contractors

Kansas City Drywall Installation

There are so many remodeling tasks that involve drywall installation, Kansas City homeowners who are looking to do any sort of indoor upgrade will probably have to deal with it at some point in the process. While far from the most complex job in the home improvement world, there is little room for error (and a noticeable difference) between drywall that looks good, and drywall that looks shoddy. Though many homeowners have successfully tackled this task themselves, if you want the remodeling project you're working on to look its best, it is a good idea to consider the pros and cons of hiring a professional company to do your drywall.

DIY Drywall Installation
Unlike the plaster it was designed to replace, hanging drywall can be a relatively quick job if you know what you're doing. For handy homeowners in Kansas City, drywall installation is one task that might be worth doing (in whole or in part) yourself. For those who are less than experienced in home improvement, however, the savings that can be found in DIY drywall installation may not be significant enough to warrant taking the necessary steps required to produce professional results. In fact, if learning to do your drywall job the right way and having the patience to follow through isn't a priority when you begin the job, there's a good chance you'll have to call in a professional to fix what you've started and end up paying more than if you'd hired a pro in the first place! If you aren't sure what the job entails, it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the process before you begin a DIY job.

Hanging Drywall
When you opt to hire a pro, the first step in the process (and by most barometers, the easiest) is hanging the drywall. In a nutshell, hanging requires measuring the space to be covered, cutting the drywall boards to the appropriate size, and fixing them to the wall or ceiling joists with drywall screws. Your local Kansas City drywall installation company can make this job seem easy and quick, but many a homeowner has found out the hard way that hanging drywall is harder than it looks.

Finishing It
Once the drywall is hung, the next step is finishing. For most DIYs in Kansas City, drywall finishing is the most difficult part of the job. Though the concepts involved in using tape, joint compound, and a trowel to create a surface that is smooth and even aren't hard to grasp, actually performing this task is often a tedious, messy, and frustrating process for the inexperienced. DIYs should also be aware that in a place with freezing winters and blazing hot summers like you find in Kansas City, drywall finishing is likely to work best at indoor temperatures between 55 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

Painting It
If you've made it this far, chances are you can probably take care of the last step, too! Painting your drywall should only be done after the joint compound is allowed to set (this time will vary depending on the compound that is used and the humidity and temperature conditions when it is applied). Painting, of course, is a whole other discipline that has its own particular do's and don'ts!

Professional Installation Prices
If you have some previous experience working with drywall, it is likely that you'll be able to complete the job yourself and save on labor costs. HomeAdvisor keeps records of every job processed nationwide, including drywall installation in Kansas City; as it turns out, KC homeowners generally pay about $1,850 for drywall installation jobs. With a price tag as reasonable as that, it is well worth the time it takes to consider the material costs as well as the time and effort it would require for a DIY job before you dismiss the idea of hiring a pro!