In order for the drywall to be finished properly, it must sit tight against the studs, be secured properly and all corner joints sitting with a gap of about ¼ of an inch. The biggest problem we have seen from other contractors or “DIYers “is a lack of fasteners. You need screws at roughly every 16 inches.
When you choose Baker Restoration and Construction, we do not just use the mud from a box or bucket. It is simply too stiff. We take time to add the right proportion of water to the mud to ensure a smooth finish.
Dull knives and blades simply will not do. When you use a dull tool, it can cause jagged edges and tears in the tape and drywall which require more sanding at the end of the project. Baker Restoration and Construction keeps our tools up to date and in great shape to meet the demands of your finishing project.
In order to get a great finishing look, the proper steps need to be taken in proper order. This means, we take
Once the mud has dried, the sanding process begins to smooth out all of the bumps and ridges. Proper hand and eye coordination is required at this point.