Taping and Texture
The taping and texture process of drywall is one that is delicate and thorough.
Professional Taping and Texture Service
It involves taping the seams between drywall sheets then applying mud to blend it together. This takes time, experience, and a professional’s touch to be done right.
Experience and quality that matter.
At Select Drywall System Inc., we believe that each home is different. Our taping and texture specialists are committed to bring that personalized touch to life. We offer multi levels of smooth finishes, spray applications such as knockdown, orange peel, splatter texture and more.
Our Taping and Texture Services
Wall - Level 5, Paint ready, Fire tape
Wall - Level 5 refers to a standard of finish for drywall installation that is considered to be the highest level of quality. This level of finish requires that the drywall is smooth and free of any visible imperfections, such as ridges, bumps, or seams.
This level of finish is typically used in high-end residential and commercial construction, where the appearance of the walls is of particular importance.
Corner bead - Round, Chamfer, Square
Corner bead is a building material that is used to protect and reinforce the corners of drywall installations. It is typically made of metal or plastic and is installed over the corner of the drywall to provide a durable and visually appealing finish.
There are several different types of corner bead available, including round, chamfer, and square. Each type of corner bead has its own unique properties and is suitable for different types of applications.
Ceiling - Popcorn, Splatter, Knockdown, Texture Matching
Ceilings are an essential part of any interior design, and they can be finished in a variety of ways to enhance the overall look and feel of a space. Some popular ceiling finishes include popcorn, splatter, knockdown, and texture matching.
Popcorn ceilings, also known as acoustic ceilings, were commonly used in homes during the 1970s and 1980s. This finish is created by applying a special texture to the ceiling that creates a bumpy or pebbled surface. While this type of finish can help to reduce noise, it has fallen out of favor in recent years due to its dated appearance and the potential health risks associated with the materials used to create it.