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Dry walling is a panel made of calcium sulphate dehydrate (gypsum) with or without additives and normally pressed between a facer and a backer (typically thick sheets of paper). It is used to make interior walls and ceilings. The plaster is mixed with fibre, plasticizer, foaming agent, and various additives that can decrease mildew, increase fire resistance, and lower water absorption.

Why use dry walling?

Most people are used to seeing dry walling. The material is used in almost every modern construction project and is one of the most common building materials on the planet. But why? What are the benefits of using drywall? Below are a few of the top benefits of using dry walling instead of other alternatives.

3 Reasons to Hire a Professional for Drywall Installation

Tools & Vehicles

Even most do-it-yourself home improvement projects require a few specialized tools to get the job done right, and these need to be factored in to your expected costs. While drywall installation requires fewer tools than many other tasks, you’ll still need to buy items like a drywall t-square and sanding tools. You’ll also need to worry about transporting the large, fragile sheets from the hardware store to your home without breaking them. A professional drywall contractor, on the other hand, will have all the necessary tools already on hand.

Quality Work

Not only do drywall companies have the tools, they have the expertise to use them. Especially because drywall forms part of the visible interior of your home, a drywall company must hold itself to extremely high standards in any drywall repair or installation. This means you can expect a flawless finish instead of facing the temptation to allow yourself a few sloppy spots as reward for your hard work.

Injury Risks

A fully insured professional contractor also frees you from both the possibility of injury and the stress of liability concerns. Drywall installation isn’t a one-person job, and as a do-it-yourselfer you may technically be liable for any injury that might befall anyone you’ve hired to help you. Not only will a reputable drywall company like Marquez Drywall employ licensed and insured contractors, they’ll also follow industry-standard safety precautions that you might not think of––even something as simple as face masks for sanding work can help avoid serious health problems.

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