We operate under D&ESERVICES, LLC

Our license # is: 12011253-5501.

With our specialty in drywall related work:

S270 – Drywall, Paint and Plastering

This answer is entirely based on the size of the project.

If it’s small holes or patches – typically a couple hundred dollars.

Larger jobs, such as replacing entire walls or ceilings, new drywall installations or renovations are in the thousands.

Your best bet is to request a free estimate, and we can give you an accurate quote.

This entirely depends on the size of the drywall project.

Most customers typically have a 2-4 week waiting period before we can begin the project.

Yes. We are a full service drywall company. 

You don’t need to worry about purchasing drywall, mud or any other materials.

Our quotes include everything needed to complete the job.

Absolutely. We are a full service drywall repair company. This means repairing, texture matching and painting. You’ll never know it was damaged after the work is complete!


Rest assured, we cover all your floors when doing repairs to avoid any property damage.

We also clean up after the project is finished. No messes, we promise!

Drywall, also known as gypsum board or plasterboard, is a building material used for the construction of walls and ceilings.

Yes, drywall is a porous material. Once left outside or even covered in damp conditions, it’ll gain 50 percent of its weight moisture.

Drywall’s compounds like gypsum aren’t considered toxic, yet they can cause stomach distress and digestive tract problems. There are some reports of kids and pets eating a small amount of drywall and there aren’t any reports about serious injuries.
Drywall is fireproof, yet manufacturing processes like adding glass fibers can increase resistance. Drywall is fire resistant. It is composed of gypsum that is pressed between 2 sheets of thick paper. The gypsum is actually a soft mineral that isn’t flammable.
Breathing the dust from the joint compounds of drywall over time may cause persistent airway and throat irritation, phlegm production, coughing, and breathing difficulties that are same with asthma. Workers or smokers with respiratory conditions or sinus may risk worse health issues.
The drywall’s composition makes it hard to burn. While paper is flammable and burning would evaporate water, it takes high temperature to burn gypsum. Due to this, it isn’t possible to burn drywall completely outside of the industrial furnaces.
Green board drywall is not waterproof, but it is water-resistant. You can buy interior panels that match the thickness of water-resistant and regular drywalls that are made with sand and cement or a combination of sand, cement, and some ingredients.
Drywall is an air barrier, yet not a moisture barrier. In places with colder climates, vapor barriers must be installed between the insulation and drywall because interior tends to be humid than outdoors. OSB sheathing or plywood under the siding forms air barrier as well.
Mud could dry out, become unusable and moldy over time. The period of time it lasts has something to do with how you store it. The time that drywall compounds last is unpredictable since different factors can affect its shelf life. If you don’t need extra drywall mud, do not buy because it will expire eventually.
Sheetrock is basically a drywall’s brand name and it includes various drywall pieces that come in several thicknesses. Sheetrock’s product line includes specialty products like fire-resistant panels or walls that help prevent moisture buildup.
After you are done hanging your drywall, all seams are finished and taped, you require 2 coats of paint to give walls its final look. Before applying those, you have to seal the drywall as well as mud with primer. You will get acceptable results through the use of self-priming wall paints.

To repair a hole in drywall, first, cut a square piece of drywall to fit the hole. Next, attach the drywall patch to the studs with drywall screws and joint compound. Finally, sand and paint the area to match the surrounding wall.

Yes, new drywall can be painted. It is recommended to let the drywall dry and cure for at least 24 hours before painting.

To fix drywall cracks, first, clean the area and remove any loose paint or debris. Next, apply a setting-type joint compound to the crack, using a putty knife. Finally, sand and paint the area to match the surrounding wall.

The cost of installing drywall can vary depending on the size of the area and the cost of labor in your area. On average, the cost can range from $1 to $4 per square foot.

Drywall is made of gypsum and paper, while plaster is made of lime or gypsum and sand. Drywall is quicker to install and easier to repair, while plaster is considered to be more durable and longer-lasting.

Yes, drywall can be installed over existing walls, provided that the existing walls are in good condition and properly secured.

Signs of drywall damage include holes, cracks, sagging, warping, or water damage. If you notice any of these issues, it is best to have a professional inspect the area.

Drywall is not recommended for use outside as it is not water-resistant and can be easily damaged by moisture.

To remove drywall, first, remove any nails or screws holding the drywall in place. Next, use a drywall saw or utility knife to cut the drywall into manageable pieces. Finally, remove the drywall and dispose of it properly.

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Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, Weber​ Counties