Since most of our work is done in the individual's home, our operation is tailored with that in mind.
Work does not generally commence before 9:30 a.m. This time suites the broad majority of our clients.
For sheetrock repairs:
The first order of business is the protection of the area around the repair. Canvas tarps and painters masking paper is generally used to protect the floor and surrounding areas.
NO SANDING! Since the drywall repair is made using a quick-setting compound (hot mud), any trimming of the surface is done as the joint-compound is hardening by using the drywall knife to scrape as needed. This eliminates the need for sanding.
NO OVERSPRAY! If a spray texture is needed to match the existing sheetrock surface, visqueen plastic sheeting is liberally used to protect the entire area around the drywall repair.
NO MESS! When we're done with the repair, the protective plastic and masking are all rolled up into the floor tarps and carried out the door! The only way you'll know we've been there is that the drywall problem is gone.
For new installations:
The work area is always kept tidy and swept.
If there is any danger of dust, appropriate steps are taken to prevent the drywall dust from making its way into adjoining areas.
For any necessary sanding, a vacuum sanding system is generally used which is about 98% dust free.
When the work is finished, the area is left very clean.