Drywall finishing levels aren’t typically discussed between homeowners and contractors in numeric terms. Instead, you may talk about the finished look or effect you want to achieve. You could say that the dining room walls should be as smooth and faultless as possible, whereas the garage walls should be mostly unpainted. Your requests will be relayed to the drywall technician by the contractor.
The quality and attention used in applying the drywall installation and finish determines the finished look of a drywall wall or ceiling. Wall and ceiling locations near large windows, regions saturated with artificial or natural illumination, and long hallways require particular drywall finishing considerations to ensure minor surface imperfections don’t stand out as significant faults. Inexperienced contractors are prone to overlooking these issues due to a lack of attention to detail.
We will evaluate the specifications onsite to ensure that the design team and the Owner’s expectations are satisfied. Our clients always receive the degree of finish for walls and ceilings.