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Frequently asked questions about drywall installation & repairs
Should moldy drywall be replaced?
Mold growth on drywall is a serious problem as it can cause health issues and weaken the structure of your property. The best way to handle moldy drywall is to replace it entirely. This is because mold can spread rapidly and deeply into drywall and may be difficult to remove entirely.
If you suspect mold in your drywall, it is important to hire a professional to carry out an inspection and determine the extent of the problem. If mold is present, then replacement of the affected drywall is the only practical option.
Is it better to repair or replace drywall?
In some cases, repairing damaged drywall can save you time and money compared to replacement. For example, small holes or dents can be filled with spackling compounds, sanded down, and then repainted.
However, if there is extensive damage to your drywall, such as large holes, water damage, or mold, it may be more practical to replace the entire section or panel. Additionally, repair attempts may not always leave a smooth surface, and it could be more cost-effective and efficient to replace the drywall completely.
How do you know if mold is behind drywall?
Mold often grows in dark and damp areas, such as behind drywall. Some signs that there may be mold behind your drywall include a strong, musty odor, discolored or stained patches on your walls, and the presence of water stains or leaks.
It is not always possible to see mold growing behind drywall, but if you suspect there may be a problem, hire a professional to perform an inspection. This will help detect any hidden mold and stop it from spreading further.
How long does it take for drywall installation?
The time it takes for drywall installation can vary depending on factors such as the size of the room, the type of drywall used, and the complexity of the design. However, in general, it should take a professional crew about 1-2 days to install drywall.
Additional factors that may affect the installation time include electrical and plumbing work that needs to be done before the drywall is installed. It is important to communicate with your contractor and understand their project timeline and schedule to have a better understanding of how long the installation process will take.
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