Residential & Commercial Drywall Services in Regina & Surrounding Areas
306-209-7488

Frequently Asked Questions

We get asked many questions about Capital Drywall’s services, how something is done, or what is recommended and suggested for a particular project. Read through some of our FAQ’s here and if there’s something that you do not see, feel free to call us with your question; our friendly and professional staff can assist you.

We have proudly been serving the Regina community for 35 years.

Yes. We do a wide range of work and aren’t afraid to tackle any type of small jobs.

Drywall is a construction material made from thin panels of gypsum board. It is used to construct walls and ceilings in residential and commercial structures. Drywall is also called wallboard, gypsum board, and plasterboard. It is called “drywall” because water is not required to use it for wall and ceiling construction.

At this current time, we take cheque only.

The types of drywall we use are with Various green boards, and m2 tech board cement boards.

We may be a little biased regarding this question! If you already have all of the necessary tools on-hand and you are a capable Do-It-Yourselfer, you may be able take on the repair yourself. On the other hand, you may prefer to save time and hassle by turning the job over to a qualified contractor, who has proven experience in the field of drywall repair.

Drywall and sheetrock are two words used to describe the same materials, usually made from Gypsum.

A poor insulation job can negatively affect the drywall installation. Sagging insulation in ceilings can make properly attaching the drywall impossible. Usually the insulation will need to be stapled up higher along the inside edge of the framing. Overstuffing insulation in a narrow bay may make attachment in that area difficult. Sometimes an entire ceiling is overstuffed because the framing is not deep enough to accommodate the high R value. The thickness of the paper edge along with the protruding staples creates a problem for fastening. These are possible factors resulting in poorly attached drywall and an increase in fastener pops.

Capital Drywall Ltd. |
Residential & Commercial Drywall Services in Regina & Surrounding Areas
| 306-209-7488 | capitaldrywall@hotmail.com