I am interested in receiving a bid from Allen Drywall, what do I need to do?
Contact Allen Drywall and provide job address, x street, and any pertinent information about the job. One of our estimators will call you back within 24 hours to schedule a consultation.
What information should I be prepared to discuss with the estimator during consultation?
The customer will need to provide the following information: what thickness of drywall they would like to have installed; what type of outside corners would they like us to install, what finish can we provide, will the windows, door and openings be woodcased and lastly will a baseboard be installed by others?
Does Allen Drywall do small jobs?
We do jobs as small as door knob patches to as large as high rise buildings.
How long will the process take from start to finish?
It all depends on the size and difficulty level of the job. Typically for a basic drywall job (i.e. kitchen or bathroom remodel) it would take about 7 business days. For a remodel to a 3 bedroom 2 bath house, it could take up to 3 weeks, depending on the difficulty of the job. During that process, there are times that will be considered “wet days” where our crew will not be on site due to the taping products needing to dry.
When can you start the job?
Once your job is 100% ready, meaning you have passed insulation and framing inspections (if your job requires inspection) the customer will need to contact Allen Drywall to confirm the job is ready. The typical start time for drywall is 1-3 days from there. Once the drywall is installed and has passed inspection, the customer contacts Allen Drywall to inform us that the job is ready for taping. Please expect the taping process to start in 1-2 days.
As a contractor/homeowner, what do I need to do to prepare the area?
The working space needs to be clear of furniture/appliances and finished floors need to be protected. Site protection (visqueen) can be provided by Allen Drywall at an additional cost.
Is there a way that I can keep my cost down?
The best way to keep the cost down would be to have all work done at once. Phasing usually requires additional fees.