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Drywall Repairs in Plano, Frisco & Dallas, TX


Drywall Repair, Drywall Installation and Patchwork

Professional Drywall Repairs, Patchwork And Sheetrock Repair


Drywall installation

Wall Repair

  Drywall Repair in Plano

Drywall Repairs

Ceiling Repair


Drywall patchwork

Settlement Cracks


Hand trowel texture

Water damage drywall


Orange peel Texture

Large hole patch


Repairing Tape cracks

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At Home Platinum Services, a large part of our business come from repairing drywall. Your drywall may get damaged for a number of reasons. A water pipe may burst and flood your whole house causing damage to your drywall. In addition, many plumbing and electrical work require electricians, plumbers and other contractors to cut holes in your drywall in order to re-route wires or get access to leaking pipes. Following their repair work, these areas require drywall repair and matching the existing texture. The drywall repair contractor should patch the wall in way that the wall would appear uniform without any sign of damage. At Home Platinum Services, our goal is to patch the drywall seamlessly.

In a case where a drywall is damaged by numerous holes, it is more cost-effective to cut out a large area of dry wall instead of patching several small holes. In other cases such as water damaged drywall, our restoration team will remove any wet drywall followed by drying all the wet areas using powerful fans. The drying process may take a few days. Once all affected areas are dry, our team must insulate the exterior walls and begin repairing the drywall. The majority of drywall repair projects are done within a day or two.

The most critical thing about patching dry wall is to match the texture and paint. Creating the perfect patch may require additional time and patience. We are expert in matching the existing walls when it comes to drywall repair. We take all the crucial steps to ensure that our patch is a perfect match. Such thing is evident in the reviews we have received from our customers.


6 Tips to a successful drywall repair:

1. If you have a large or persistent crack in the drywall, you may need to use fiberglass tape as well as the drywall compound to fix your wall.

2. Follow the these instructions to repair your drywall:

   a) Scuff the loose material out of the crack with the edge of your knife.

   b) Apply thin coats by forcing it into the crack. Do not fuss with it.

   c) Immediately place the fiberglass tape over it. Make sure to insert the tape into the compound.

   d) Let everything dry, and then apply one or two coats of thin coats over the tape until the repair is level enough

   e) Sand the affected area using sand paper until it’s smooth.

3. For minor drywall repair or less persistent cracks, fiberglass tape is not required. However, make sure to scrape any loose objects out before repairing. Place a little bit of flexible caulking into the crack before patching in order to keep it from reappearing.

4. In case you don't have any of the original paint, take a sample to your favorite paint store and have them match your paint color. You may want to get a color that will blend in your existing wall without any visible marks.

5. Paint the affected area using a very small roller instead of paint brush. The roller will not leave a noticeable mark like a paint brush does.

6. Paint beyond the damaged area to blend it with the remainder of the wall paint. In case your wall has an existing texture, try your best to duplicate it. Some wall textures may be purchased in spray cans. If the damaged area is very small, then it will be difficult to notice the difference in texture.

Popped Nail Repair Tips:

Sometimes your drywall is damaged due to popped nails. A popped nail is spot on the drywall that kind of resembles a pimple. This occurs when the sheet rock nail moves and the drywall remains put causing the nail to pop. Same result takes place when the drywall moves and the nail remains put. Popped nails are caused by several factors. Regardless of the cause, you should always remember that you cannot fix the popped nail by just hammering the nail back into the wood. Hammering a popped nail creates a larger a hole in your wall. Plus, the nail may pop out again in the near future.

Settling is one of the causes that make the sheet rock nails pop. If you think your home is settling tremendously or too quickly, you may need to consult with a foundation expert. Serious settling issues may require structural repair.

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Plano : Phone: (972)-863-2117
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