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Drywall Repair Contractors in Houston, TX

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Prescreened Drywall & Sheetrock Repair Contractors in Houston, TX

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David's Painting
(281) 869-1613
Areas of Expertise
  • Painting
  • Drywall
  • Porch Build or Repair
Reviews
03-21-2019
Amadeo M.

"everything is fine. "

Cadiz Painting
(713) 401-6653
Areas of Expertise
  • Painting
  • Cabinet Refinishing
  • Drywall
Reviews
04-25-2019
Dayana ..

"The professionals work is excellent. I have used the professionals services more than once, and I would recommend him to anyone. "

JEM Painting
(866) 908-3649
Areas of Expertise
  • Painting and Power Washing
Reviews
10-31-2018
Timothy S. in Houston, TX

"I have nothing but good things to about this company. I needed a small drywall patch repaired. The guy showed up on time, made the drywall and ...pattern match perfectly, painted, cleaned up afterwards. All this while charging me significantly less than some of his competitors. "

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Complete Home Repairs and Painting
(832) 802-6862
Areas of Expertise
  • Carptener
  • Painting
  • FREE ESTIMATES available on some projects
  • Estimates starting at $35
Reviews
07-06-2016
Brittany C. in Houston, TX

"The company was amazing! I'm very pleased with his work and his professionalism. "

B's Helping Hands
(866) 908-2843
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman
Reviews
10-13-2017
Randy V. in Spring, TX

"Al was prompt and very effective with the job we had for him. "

Enerq International, Inc.
References Available
(866) 859-3861
Areas of Expertise
  • Sheet Rock
  • Kitchen and Bath Remodeling
Mr. Handyman of West Houston
(832) 583-9578
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman for Multiple Small Projects for a Home
  • Painting
  • Drywall
  • Deck Build or Replace
Reviews
03-14-2019
Renato F. in Houston, TX

"Work done on time and good service. Quality of service very good. "

HoneyComb Contracting, LLC
(713) 540-4425
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions
  • Total Remodels & Commercial Renovations
  • Cabinets, Countertops, Floors & Doors
  • Expert Handyman Services
  • Residential & Commercial
Reviews
07-08-2015
Nancy C. in Houston, TX

"All of them were very helpful and very knowledgeable "

June Services
(281) 912-4400
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman Projects
  • Fence Installations
  • Remodeling Projects
  • Home Automation
Reviews
09-27-2018
Debbie M.

"Extremely satisfied with the work, the roof vents were painted to match and they went above and beyond to make it aesthetically pleasing. I ...wasn't expecting that! "

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Unscreened Drywall & Plaster Contractors in Houston, Texas

Alex's Handyman Services
33180 Wedgewood Drive
Magnolia, TX 77354
Tolpa & McCoy Home Repair
P.o.box 386
Katy, TX 77492
Conrad's Custom Carpentry
210 Newman Rd.
La Marque, TX 77568
S & S Creative Woodworking
2714 Short Leaf Ln
Porter, TX 77365
Pro Style Drywall and Painting
3210 Vandell Rd.
Houston, TX 77045

Things to Consider Before You Have Drywall or Sheetrock Fixed:

  • Which type of drywall damage needs repairing?

    Nails or screws popping
    Stress crack
    Patch small hole(s)
    Patch larger hole(s)
    Replace with new drywall
    Water damage in wall(s)
    Water damage in ceiling(s)
    Other
    Water damage around tub or shower
    Don't Know

Ideas & Inspiration from Houston Drywall & Plaster Contractors


Houston Drywall Repair

If you've got walls, more than likely they're made from drywall. Unlike floors, countertops, siding, fences, and many other home installations, drywall outperforms and underbids nearly every other wall material out there. It's light, easy-to-install, and durable. The only big drawback of drywall is that it's not the strongest material in the world. It'll take a good amount of abuse, but an angry household member can fling open a door and send the knob part way through a wall. Drywall isn't the stuff they line the space shuttle with, but it's still the material of choice for your home.

The Demand for Drywall Repair
The need for drywall repair, in Houston or anywhere else, is a common problem. HomeAdvisor tracks over 450 separate kinds of home improvement projects and drywall repair is the 19th most common request we receive. So you're not alone. Don't curse and scream. It's something that happens, and it should be a relatively inexpensive fix. The exception to this rule is when you have a large area to repair or drywall repair associated with water damage. In the latter case, a water leak may need to be taken care of along with your drywall replacement and a waterproof backing may need to be applied. The extent of the repair may also determine whether you can take the task on yourself. Patching drywall isn't difficult, but it takes a professional's touch to match the new drywall to the old.

Cost of Repairs
As you might imagine, the nature of the drywall repair also influences the cost. From the same data that tells us drywall repair is a common problem, we know the national average for drywall repair is about $525. Our Houston drywall repair projects show a similar average, but also show small repair projects that consistently cost $50-$250 and larger projects that run around $700-$900. Several Houston homeowners also end up hiring Houston handyman contractors who take care of other home improvement projects at the same time. Here's what one homeowner in Richmond told us about his project: "I added the tiling of two bathroom floors to the job once he arrived. The initial project, sheetrock (drywall), only took about 3 hours."

Project Length
Many homeowners are concerned about how long their home improvement projects will take. You shouldn't have to fight with your contractor and wait two weeks for a project that shouldn't take longer than a day. With drywall repair, though, your primary focus should be the quality of the work. As a testament to just how difficult it can be to match textured drywall, even professional Houston drywall repair contractors may not get it exactly right the first time.

Be clear with your contractor about what you expect. Drywall repair takes only a few hours to complete and then a day or two to dry. If the repair doesn't meet your expectations, you may need to call the contractor back. Of course, hiring someone who's willing to come back to touch-up or redo your drywall may also cost more. You may need to ask yourself whether you want to spend only $200-$300 for a passable repair or $400 or more for a seamless job. Just make sure you discuss these issues with each contractor you talk to so that you can compare bids on an equal scale and so there's no arguments or disappointment later.