Why Drywall Is a Preferred Choice for Your Sunland Home
There are choices to make when having work done on the interior of your Sunland home. One of these is whether to use drywall or plaster to complete your home improvement project.
Drywall makes more sense for a number of reasons. First, drywall is faster and easier to install than traditional plaster. Traditional plaster requires a skilled installer to apply several coats over a framework of lath strips. Drywall only requires taping and finishing to complete the job. Additionally, drywall is more stable than plaster, and while it may be more prone to dents and holes, it is much easier to repair. A drywall patch or joint compound is generally all that’s needed to fix imperfections. Drywall is also fire-resistant because if contains gypsum, making it a better choice than other building materials.
Cost Is Another Benefit of Installing Drywall
Compared to other materials and methods of installation, drywall is an affordable material that can be readily purchased just about anywhere. Because it is easy to install, the overall cost for installation is lower than other materials’. Furthermore, drywall is easy to cut, making replacements or odd installations cheaper and easier to do.
Contact Us Today for Your Drywall Installation Needs
At A-Z Vision Remodeling, we take pride in the exceptional quality of our work and the personal connection we build with every client to create an affordable and more enjoyable living experience in their home. Call us at (818) 616-3976 or complete our “Request a Quote” form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible to discuss your drywall installation project.
A-Z Vision Remodeling has been family owned and locally operated for over 35 years, proudly serving Santa Clarita, Valencia, Castaic, Stevenson Ranch, Fillmore, Sunland, Sylmar, Granada Hills, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Oxnard, Ventura, San Fernando, Burbank, Pasadena, Alta Dena, La Puente, Baldwin Park, Arcadia, Rancho Cucamonga, Pomona, Santa Paula, and surrounding Southern California communities.