Walls and Ceilings

Drywall, also known as Sheetrock, is what makes up your walls and ceilings. It’s an affordable, malleable, and durable material, perfect for residential properties. When tackling a home remodeling project, drywall will be an aspect that requires demolition and construction, especially if you’re installing new plumbing or wiring. DIY drywall projects are possible, but you should hire our drywall contractors to ensure your walls and ceilings are attractive. Space Construction has a professional team of remodeling and contracting experts prepared to help you.

Drywall Contractors

Drywall Contractors For All Project Types

When you reach out to our drywall contractors, you’ll learn very quickly how professional and experienced they are with remodeling projects. Our team has more than 15 years of combined experience in the industry, giving us the knowledge we need to tackle your drywall installation or repair project.

We are able to provide you with drywall services for any type of project you may have for your home. Our drywall services are included with our other major services, such as kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, and construction homes.

However, our drywall contractors can install Sheetrock for your DIY project. We know drywall can be complicated, and your desire to want it installed correctly is understandable. We offer drywall installation for:

  • Kitchen remodeling
  • Bathroom remodeling
  • Home remodeling
  • New construction homes
  • Home additions
  • And more!


Get a Free Estimate

Speak with one of our drywall contractors to get a free estimate. We’ll help you complete your remodeling project. 

Drywall Repair

Our drywall contractors are experts in installing and repairing drywall in a variety of capacities. While drywall is extremely durable, it can sustain damage from moisture exposure or even accidents. Regardless of the cause, drywall repairs are difficult to handle, depending on the severity and type of damage.

The drywall contractors at Space Construction offer comprehensive knowledge and expertise in drywall repairs. They know how to maneuver your specific case of drywall damage. They can assist you in repairing any of the following types of drywall damage:

  • Water damage
  • Stained drywall
  • Cracked drywall
  • Door holes
  • Furniture scuffs
  • Chipped or peeling paint
  • Improper installation
  • Damage from accidents
  • Nail holes
  • Sheetrock repairs

Don’t hesitate to give Space Construction a call when you experience drywall damage of any kind. We’ll help restore your drywall and your home’s beauty through highly experienced contractors.


Drywall can be a complicated area of remodeling for some, but we’ve answered a handful of questions regarding drywall services. If you have another question, reach out to our drywall contractors for answers!

How long does it take to install drywall?

The time it takes to install drywall varies depending on the size of the project. Drywalling an entire house can take more than a week, while a room may only take a few hours or a day. It varies depending on the complexity of the room, the size of the room, and the type of drywall being used. 

Is Sheetrock the same as drywall?

Yes! Sheetrock is a brand of drywall used by the United States Gypsum Corporation. USG trademarked the term “Sheetrock” for their line of drywall in the early 1900s. Sheetrock and other drywall products are made from the same materials: gypsum plaster pressed between two thick sheets of paper.

What is drywall made of?

Drywall is made of gypsum between two layers of thick paper. Gypsum is a mineral also known as calcium sulfate. Most drywall consists of gypsum with various additives to resist mold and fire damage. The layers of paper are made of cellulose, a naturally occurring fiber in plants. Some drywall manufacturers have switched from cellulose paper to fiberglass, which strengthens mold resistance.

How thick is drywall?

The standard drywall thickness is typically half an inch thick for walls and ceilings. However, most drywall manufacturers develop a few different sizes for drywall.