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Drywall Repair Contractors in San Diego, CA

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Prescreened Drywall & Sheetrock Repair Contractors in San Diego, CA

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Four A's Remodeling and Construction, Inc.
(760) 691-8508
Areas of Expertise
  • Flood and Water Damage
  • Fire Restoration
Featured Review

"Project Manager Hugo Uribe and worker Cesar Gutieres were on time, completed the work on time and did a great job. I also received a Contractors warranty for 1 year. "

- anna C. from san diego, CA
J D L Drywall
(619) 471-0879
Areas of Expertise
  • Drywall Installation
  • Drywall Repair
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"I live out of state and JDL Drywall made me completely at ease with excellent and timely communication. They took on my small ceiling repair within a few days of my request and they did a perfect job. "

- jeffery L. from san diego, CA
Sergio's Construction
(925) 407-9068
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions and Remodels
Featured Review

"It was great working with Sergio. He is responsive, direct, and did a great job."

- samantha E. from carlsbad, CA
Jim's Handyman Service - Unlicensed Contractor
(760) 330-8869
Areas of Expertise
  • Drywall & Plaster
  • Plumbing
  • Fence
  • Painting
  • Electrical
Featured Review

"Very knowledgeable, on time, friendly, honest, resealable and looking forward to our next project."

- patrice W. from san marcos, CA
Maintenance Medics Handyman Services - Unlicensed Contractor
(562) 967-6834
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman
Featured Review

"They do a great job with their communication. I keep using them and won't stop. "

- claudia M.
D and G Drywall - Unlicensed Contractor
(760) 330-8292
Areas of Expertise
  • Drywall
  • Pressure Washing
Featured Review

"D & G Drywall did the drywall patches for me and I highly recommend them for any drywall situations. The patch is invisible and most professionally done. Gaspar Rodriguez himself of D & G Drywall was a most pleasant person to work with, understanding and professional. Did not have any problem with my schedule and was on time and got right to it. He was easy to talk to and understood exactly what I wanted."

- donel S. from escondido, CA
New Generation Drywall - Unlicensed Contractor
(760) 705-9359
Areas of Expertise
  • Drywall repair
Featured Review

"Jose was quick to respond and was consistently on time. He left the work space clean. Work was completed in a time frame originally agreed upon. Jose is courteous and willing to make the client happy."

- matt R. from san diego, CA
Darrell The Handyman - Unlicensed Contractor
(562) 967-6835
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman
Featured Review

"He was professional, friendly and let me know what was going on throughout the process. The project turned out bigger than I thought it would be, but he handled it like a real trooper. He gave me a good deal. Nice work."

- carolyn T. from escondido, CA
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(925) 407-4901
Areas of Expertise
  • Drywall

Unscreened Drywall & Plaster Contractors in San Diego, California

American Property Services
4930 Rancho Grande
Del Mar, CA 92014
CDW, Inc.
852 5th Ave. Suite #203
San Diego, CA 92101
Hughen Plastering
952 Postal Way, Suite 4c
Vista, CA 92083
Castle Painters, Inc.
650 G St.
Ramona, CA 92065
RedLine Plumbing & Drain, Inc.
1636 Del Dios Hwy.
Escondido, CA 92029

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)
    Water damage around tub or shower
    Don't Know

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San Diego Drywall Repair

In modern construction, drywall is present in just about any structure that has walls. Inexpensive and quick to install, as a building material, drywall has little competition. However, where there's drywall, there's the possibility of drywall damage. Especially vulnerable to excessive moisture and hard impacts, many homeowners know the score when it comes to what drywall can and cannot handle.

When drywall becomes damaged, there are two common routes taken by homeowners to fix the problem: hire a professional or do the job themselves. Both have their benefits and drawbacks. If you need drywall repair, there are a few things to consider before you choose which path is right for your situation.

Hiring a Pro
Obviously, the biggest drawback to paying for professional San Diego drywall repair is the labor cost. Though the materials needed to fix most drywall problems are relatively inexpensive, in southern California, it's the rare person who wants to add another bill to the already high cost of living. There are a few things to take into account, however, before you do the job yourself.

A San Diego drywall repair specialist will likely be able to complete any job you have to give him or her faster and better than you can do the job yourself. In an out-of-the-way area such as a garage, this might not be a concern, but in a living room or kitchen, most homeowners prefer to have a project finished quickly and seamlessly. Hiring a contractor will not only save on time and effort (on your part, anyway), but they will bring all their own equipment and materials, too. This is of particular concern for homeowners who don't already have a shed full of the tools they will need at their disposal.

DIY Drywall Repair
Not much can replace the feeling of satisfaction a homeowner gets when they complete a home improvement project on their own. Saving a few bucks in the process is a nice perk, as well. If the damage to your drywall is something relatively minor, there are a wide variety of books, magazines, and other resources on the market that can aid you in this project.

When it comes to extensive damage (say, a burst pipe has turned a large portion of a wall into mush), the DIY route should probably be handled only by homeowners with a background in such work. Though you're sure to be able to find instructional videos and TV shows, creating a seamless and continuous finish for a major drywall repair is a bit more difficult than the pros make it seem. At the very least, an eager DIY should take a little time and practice doing this work on a piece of scrap or in an out-of-the-way area before attempting to tackle a job in the dining room.

The Benefits of Handyman Services
As a lot of the cost of drywall repair comes from labor, it may be a good idea to call a handyman service instead of a drywall specialist for a smaller job. Many homeowners find that a local handyman can tackle several small projects in only a few hours, leaving your home that much better off in a single day; and, possibly saving you money by reducing the number of visits it would require to hire several different service providers.

Depending on the company you hire and the size of your drywall repair, San Diego residents can pay anywhere from $200 to $1,300 (with many jobs coming in at $600 or $700). DIY prices will, naturally, be far less. The national average cost of hiring a handyman for multiple projects is less than $500, which is on par with the figures we have for the San Diego area.