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Drywall Installers in Minneapolis, MN

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Prescreened Drywall Installation & Replacement Services in Minneapolis, MN

Chalmers Construction, LLC
4.55
40 Verified Ratings
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(612) 852-8776
1915 Talmadge Southeast Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55414
 
Northstar Contracting, LLC
4.92
80 Verified Ratings
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(612) 852-8464
P.O. Box 3776
Minneapolis, MN 55403
 
 
Shaunsdrywall
4.61
3 Verified Ratings
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(612) 852-8730
6620 Olympia St
Minneapolis, MN 55427
 
Dustoff Renovations, LLC
4.92
6 Verified Ratings
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(612) 852-8631
4312 44th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55406
 
 
American Drywall, LLC
4.7
28 Verified Ratings
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(612) 852-8809
10045 Russell Avenue North, Unit 8
Brooklyn Park, MN 55444

Serving Minneapolis, MN
 

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Cost to hire a Install Drywall in Minneapolis

Most homeowners spent between:
$1,053 - $2,288
Average Cost:
$1,678
Min cost:
$900
Max cost:
$4,000

Reviews of Minneapolis Drywall Companies

Project: Install Drywall
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS, MN

Trevor was wonderful! Excellent work and we plan on having him come back for more work in the basement. Very happy with the job he did.

 
Project: Install Drywall
Circle Pines, MN

Pleasant guy. Did the job promptly and professionally.

 
Project: Install Drywall
Minneapolis, MN

Trevor did an awesome job I had a bedroom to hang drywall and tape which he finished quickly and was to my quality of work since I'm a perfectionist when it comes to this type of work. Would hire him for any future jobs I have.

 

Unscreened Drywall & Plaster Contractors in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Fine Carpentry Solutions, LLC
10301 University Ave.
Blaine, MN 55434
MDC Drywall 2, LLC
3305 Brookview Drive
Burnsville, MN 55337
Cushing Enterprises, LLC
1341 89th Ave. Northeast
Blaine, MN 55434
Evco, LLC
3709 Hillsboro Ave. N
New Hope, MN 55427
Lico's Drywall, LLC
1048 Aston Circle
Burnsville, MN 55337

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
    Other
  • Which rooms of your house need drywall? (Check all that apply)

    Living room
    Dining room
    Kitchen
    Hallway
    Entry
    Bedroom(s)
    Bathroom(s)
    Family room
    Office
    Ceiling(s) only
    Stairwells
    Garage or storage room
    Other
  • 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
    Other

Ideas & Inspiration from Minneapolis Drywall & Plaster Contractors


Minneapolis Drywall Installation

Minneapolis drywall installation is one of the dirtiest home improvement projects you'll ever undertake. Furthermore, it's a lot tougher to do well than the average homeowner realizes. If you've got a drywall installation in your future, it's important that you understand exactly what you're getting into before you begin, so you can make a smart decision about whether this is a DIY job that you can handle, or one that's better left to the pros.

Are You in Over Your Head?
To be completely honest, just about anybody can install drywall. All it takes is patience, time, a certain amount of stubbornness, and a willingness to learn from your mistakes. That's not suggesting that it's easy work, however. Far from it. Installing the drywall itself is a physical job, and you'll find that two bodies are better than one, especially when you're doing ceilings. Perhaps the toughest part of drywall installation in Minneapolis, however, is applying the joint compound. It's messy stuff, hence the nickname "mud", and there is a certain finesse needed to smooth it out properly over the tape to properly conceal the areas where two pieces of drywall meet. If you're the type of person who welcomes a challenge, and have no problem learning as you go, then you'll probably be fine if you decide to attack your Minneapolis drywall installation on your own. If you're not so confident about your ability to pick things up on the fly, or if you get easily frustrated when things don't go perfectly on the first try, then this is probably a job you should hire a professional drywall hangar to do for you.

Prepare Ahead of Time
Whether you chose to do it yourself or hire the job out, you're wise to prep your house for the fall out of any drywall installation. Primarily, plan for things to get dirty. For starters, make sure that you, or your drywall professional, properly protect the area in which you're working, especially the flooring if you're working in an area where the floor has already been finished. For a pro, the amount of mess involved in mudding is significantly reduced, but no drywall installation in Minneapolis is without a few drips and splatters here and there. And if you're doing it yourself and have little or no experience working with joint compound, you should count on getting more of it on yourself and the floor than the wall as you get the hang of using your trowel efficiently.

The other thing that you should plan for is a lot of dust in the hanging phase. Cutting drywall creates a lot of dust, and no matter how diligent you are about sealing off the workspace, some of it is going to get through. Throwing down some old sheets over furniture that's in the surrounding areas is a must, and will drastically reduce the amount of cleanup you're in for after the initial installation phase is finished.

Costs
Regardless of whether you're leaning towards doing a drywall installation in Minneapolis on your own, or are thinking this is a job for a professional installer, you're sure to be wondering what an average drywall installation in the Twin Cities runs. HomeAdvisor.com tracks jobs that originate as referrals in our system, including drywall work, and based on the information we collect we're able to provide a reliable average to give you an idea of what to expect. Based on our in-house data, an average Minneapolis drywall installation runs about $2,600, and takes about two work weeks to complete. Of course, that figure varies quite a bit depending on the size of your project. To emphasize the point, we've been party to jobs that ran as little as $900, and others that ended up costing almost 10 times that amount. Talk to a drywall installer in your area to get an estimate on how much your specific job is likely going to run.