About Us

     Alex Devlin, the owner/operator at Devlin Drywall, does everything he can
think of to be one step above the competition when it comes to quality. Alex has
  lots of help when business is thriving, and because he is a hands-on contractor,
has an eye for detail when over-looking his boarders, tapers and T-bar installers,
knows exactly where common mistakes are made, and takes preventative measures
to ensure exceptional quality for his customers. This is what gives him the edge over
most contractors.
Once the material is delivered to the job site, he will go and video the entire project to document the locations of every receptacle, switch, light, and wire. This is one major detail that most contractors overlook. Doing this simple task, Alex can guarantee never to lose a box, light or wire in the wall. In the end, this can be a very costly mistake, cutting open a wall and repainting, not to mention no matter how good the boarders are, there is always a chance that boxes or lights can get buried. Then, after the boarding is complete, he will come to the job for two things. One, to check for any buried boxes as we talked about, and two, he will go over the whole job, to make sure all the screws are fastened properly. Any screws that have ripped the drywall paper will be replaced before the tapers are sent in, as well if there is hardwood flooring anywhere in the house, he will make sure to double up the screws on the ceiling below. As many of you know, when the hardwood is installed the tongue and groove material has to be hammered down into place, this hammering can typically cause a lot of screw pops. Doubling up the screws below in 95% of cases, eliminates this problem. The final step for ensuring quality, is after the taping crew finishes up, but before the painters prime, Alex will come in to do a final light check/sponge sand to be sure the finishing crew sanded the project properly, cause if not, it will create more time coming back to touch up one day, then the next to come back and sand, this process takes an extra day. Although, if caught before the painters prime, catching all the scuffs and imperfections, save time, and as you know time is money.
If there is anything else that can be done to improve the quality of the installation, Alex has thought about it and is taking action to solve the problem. Alex truly believes nothing is more important than providing the highest quality possible on all his jobs, no matter what the cost.
Even after all these things to provide his customers with a very high-quality drywall job, his prices are still very competitive. Call anytime for a FREE QUOTE on your next upcoming project, or just for some good advice, Alex is always happy to help.

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