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Do you do repairs?

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We do repairs of any size.

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Do you supply materials for your jobs?

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Mills Drywall, Inc. prefers to supply all material related to our portion of your project. This allows us to ensure the best quality possible. If you have already purchased drywall products, we will be happy to work with you for a positive outcome.

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Are you insured?

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Mills Drywall, Inc. is fully insured. A copy of our insurance certificate is available to customers upon request

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Do you take credit cards?

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We do not accept credit cards at this time.

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Will you do finish work on a project that has already been hung?

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Mills Drywall, Inc. prefers to do a drywall project in its entirety. This allows for consistent quality and accurate pricing our customers expect. However, we will always look at a project and provide an estimate free of charge regardless. Many customers are surprised at our total bid versus time they might spend collecting materials, buying tools, and performing the actual labor involved in drywall installation. When we do not hang a project, it generally takes longer to finish than would normally be required. As you might imagine, pricing can vary dramatically depending on the condition of the job. We have seen instances when it would’ve been less expensive for us to do the complete job, than save the existing job.

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If I already begun the drywall phase of my project, could you still be of help if needed?

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We will always look at a project and provide an estimate free of charge.

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I've heard the horror stories about drywall dust. What can be done to minimize the problem?

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Mills Drywall, Inc. does everything possible to keep your job clean and confining dust to the work area. We remove drywall scrap and broom sweep floors after the hanging phase. After the finish phase we scrape and broom sweep the floors. When a project is in or next to a current living area a shop vacuum is used to eliminate airborne dust that can result from broom sweeping. We also use drops and plastic partitions to protect floors and isolate work areas. Homeowners can help by removing as many items as possible from work areas. It’s easier to move things, especially decorative items, than it is to clean them. We will also suggest that you turn off your furnace/air conditioner during the sanding process. When appropriate, we will also use a low dust joint compound which helps eliminate airborne dust from leaving work areas.