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Drywall Installers in Portland, OR

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Prescreened Drywall Installation & Replacement Services in Portland, OR

We Do It All Construction, LLC
4 Verified Ratings
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(360) 467-3082
8785 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy
Portland, OR 97225
Portland Drywall Services, LLC
7 Verified Ratings
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(877) 212-4199
PO Box 12765
Portland, OR 97233
Cascadia Drywall, LLC
4 Verified Ratings
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(360) 313-0777
17604 NE 29th St
Vancouver, WA 98682

Serving Portland, OR
Richard Emmett Boyer
2 Verified Ratings
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(866) 215-6091
15217 Southeast Holland Loop
Happy Valley, OR 97086

Serving Portland, OR
JR Insulation Drywall, Inc.
191 Verified Ratings
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(866) 362-5450
460 Southeast 15th Avenue
Hillsboro, OR 97123

Serving Portland, OR

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Cost to hire a Install Drywall in Portland

Most homeowners spent between:
$885 - $2,373
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Reviews of Portland Drywall Companies

Project: Install Drywall
Portland, OR

Excellent quality and service on our two bedroom ADU on time and on budget.

Project: Install Drywall
Portland, OR

Very good communications and a fair price. Richard came when he said he would, his crew was very clean did it excellent job. The only way that I could tell that they had come and gone was that the ceiling was repaired perfectly. I would use Richard again in a heartbeat.

Project: Install Drywall
Lake Oswego, OR

Rick and his crew were on time and efficient. We will definitely be hiring him again.


Unscreened Drywall & Plaster Contractors in Portland, Oregon

John Apostolos Painting
5635 N. Detroit Ave.
Portland, OR 97217
Kendall's TNT, Inc.
712 Bluegrass Ave.
Woodburn, OR 97071
Carl's Drywall
4705 N.e. 97th Ave.
Portland, OR 97220
Covenant Construction & Consulting Inc
19093 S. Beaver Creek Rd# 315
Oregon City, OR 97045
Immediate Environmental Recovery Solutions
P.O. Box 18174
Portland, OR 97218

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 Portland Drywall & Plaster Contractors

Portland Drywall Installation

In Portland, drywall installation can take a number of different forms and serve a number of different functions for home improvement. Often, comprehensive kitchen or bathroom remodels involve tearing out walls to install new plumbing, fixtures, and appliances. Extensive drywall damage may require more than a simple patch job. The remedy for this type of damage is more likely to resemble drywall installation than any type of drywall repair method. Finally, drywall installation can be its own type of home remodeling project. From finished basements to bedrooms, living rooms, dining rooms, and other areas of the home, new drywall can create dynamic, visually stunning interior walls for your home.

Drywall Finishing
In Portland, drywall finishing can be an important part of the process of freshening up your home and its decorating scheme. Never have there been so many options or skilled professionals to deftly create these finishes. Smoother or various textured finishes are just the beginning of what's possible with your drywall. Trompe l'oeil and mural painting techniques can be a beautiful finishing touch for any drywall. At the very least, paint can be mixed with the drywall to ease the process of bringing color to textured drywall. Too many homes suffer from outdated "popcorn" drywall or other finishes that don't work well with your current decorating scheme.

Cost of Installation
The average Portland drywall installation costs about $2,000— although the size and finish of your drywall will naturally influence the final cost. Recently, we've seen projects as low as $1,300 and as high as $3,500. As part of a larger remodeling project that may cost several tens of thousands of dollars, this may feel like peanuts. As a standalone project, every dollar may count— especially if you plan to pay for it out of pocket, as opposed to financing the cost as is common with major home improvements. Obviously, getting multiple estimates is a key component in keeping the cost of drywall installation reasonable.

Installation Contractors
Finding a contractor for your Portland drywall installation can be a tricky endeavor. Many drywall contractors work primarily as subcontractors for larger home remodeling companies. Indeed, you may be hiring one of these contractors through a general contractor. You may still want to talk about the specifics of your drywall installation with your general contractor and/or the subcontractor, particularly when deciding what drywall finish you want for the project. HomeAdvisor puts each and every one of our contractors through a rigorous 10-step screening process. Still, there is no substitute for meeting with contractors in person and using your gut feeling. As soon as you submit your request, our contractors will begin to contact you so you can set up meetings and find the right professional for the job.

From our online customer ratings and reviews, you can see what other Portland homeowners have thought about their project and experience with various contractors. Here's some of what they've had to say:

"The sanding process creates a lot of dust. While their equipment cut it down quite a bit, there was still a fine layer of dust on our furniture, countertops, floors, etc... I would recommend covering as many surfaces as possible with plastic sheeting to keep the dust off of everything."

"Contain the dust from the final sand or have him clean it up afterwards."

This difficulty in containing the dust associated with drywall installation is the number one reason why homeowners should be wary about undertaking their own drywall installation. No matter how careful you think you can be, there's almost no way to account for the entire mess that will be created. Like these Portland homeowners advise, you should clearly communicate your expectations for cleanliness once the project is completed. This measure of cleanliness may also reflect different estimates given by contractors.