Repair the patches & holes in your drywall today!

Has your drywall recently been damaged? At Mr. Handyman of Grayslake and Glenview, our experienced and knowledgeable handymen specialize in the repair of all kinds of drywall damage. From simple repairs to more complex projects, we have the expertise to get your wall back looking like new again. Our team uses only the highest quality materials and tools so you can rest assured that your job is being done right from start to finish.

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Why Choose the Drywall Repair Handymen Experts at Mr. Handyman of Grayslake and Glenview?

For any questions about drywall repair, reach out to us online or call us.

With competitive pricing, fast turnaround times, and quality workmanship, you won’t find a better drywall repair service than Mr. Handyman of Grayslake and Glenview. We want to help make sure that your home looks its best – with no visible signs of any damage!

Frequently Asked Questions about Drywall Repairs

Is it Better to Patch or Replace Drywall?

The answer to this question depends on the extent of the damage on your drywall. If the hole or dent is small, patching may be the best solution. Large holes and damaged corners may require the removal of the damaged panel and installation of a new one. This job can be tricky and might be best left to professionals.

What Happens if You Don't Repair Drywall?

Ignoring a damaged drywall can cause a variety of issues. Even small holes can be an invitation for pests and insects to make nests inside your walls. Unrepaired drywall can also lead to the growth of mold and mildew, which can cause health problems. Also, improperly repaired or unrepaired drywall can lead to water leaks, air leaks, or energy loss, making your home less energy-efficient and expensive to operate.

Is it OK to Leave a Hole in Drywall?

Leaving a hole in a drywall is never a good idea. Not only will it detract from the appearance of your walls, but it could also lead to safety hazards. An unpatched hole can catch on clothing or inflict injuries if bumped into, especially if the hole is sharp or jagged. Moreover, it could make your home susceptible to intruders. Not repairing a hole in your drywall goes against the idea of being a responsible homeowner and maintaining the value of your investment.

Call us or request a service online to repair your drywall and fix any potential new problems.

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