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Water Damage

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This is by far and away one of the worse things that can happen to your drywall ceilings and walls. While the extent of the damage may vary depending on the amount of water, it is simply not a nice experience. It can leave your drywall looking ugly and unappealing. It can also cause a whole host of structural issues if left unchecked. The simple fact is while drywall may be a cost-effective and durable solution, water and moisture are its kryptonite. Luckily we have a range of super solutions to ensure that while you may lose the battle, you will not lose the war.

Signs Of Water Damage

There are definitely a few signs that we encourage our clients to look out for when it comes to ensuring their drywall is not suffering from water damage. The most common sign will be the sagging or bulging of your drywall. This is extremely dangerous, especially when it comes to drywall ceilings. One can also look out for loose mounting screws, shifting seams, and soft spots. To find out more about what we know and how we can help you, we encourage you to give us a call today. Let's help you get rid of that sinking feeling.

Can It Be Saved

As with all serious situations, it's all about time. The sooner you pick up the phone and call us, the sooner we can mitigate any further damage. If not, the longer it is allowed to continue, the worse the structural damage will be down the road. Simply put, the amount of damage and whether the drywall can be salvaged, all depends on how long the drywall was exposed to the water. So do not delay any further and give us a call immediately. Our experts are ready and waiting to save you time and money, but it's all up to you.

Drywall Mold

We cannot stress enough how dangerous drywall mold can be for you and your family. It will not only damage your property but can cause major health issues. Especially for those with respiratory challenges. This is why it is not just important to replace and repair any damaged areas, but also to ensure the source of the problem is fixed. This will also help ensure that the mold and its dangerous spores cannot spread.  However, if the mold has taken hold of your drywall panels, it is simply safer to just replace the entire board.

Can I paint Over Damage?

To be honest this would not be our first suggestion when it comes to repairing your water damaged drywall. We do however understand that each client's needs are different and we always go out of our way to ensure all their needs are met. We will however refuse to paint if the drywall is sagging or weakened. In these cases, we will replace, then paint. We also offer a wide range of colors and designs to ensure your drywall stands out and is one of a kind. So pick up the phone today and give us a call straight away.

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