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    Dry Wall Contractors in Oak Harbor


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    Business Listing   Island Drywall & Texturing - Oak Harbor, WA - Phone: (360) 678-5914


    Business Listing   Oak Harbor Drywall - Oak Harbor, WA - Phone: (360) 675-2960


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    Helpful Definition for: Dry Wall Contractors


    Drywall in Oak Harbor, also known as plasterboard or gypsum board, is a panel made of gypsum plaster pressed between two thick sheets of paper. It is used to make interior walls and ceilings. Drywall construction is a speedier alternative to using plaster-based interior finish techniques, requires less labor and drying time. Drywall contractors in Oak Harbor specialize in drywall contracting in newly built residential homes, additions, basements, and remodels. Their services include specialist floor screeds, partitioning, drylining, specialist renders, acoustic ceilings, solid plastering, fire cladding and suspended ceilings. They have been able to build up a reputation for better quality service at competitive prices. Some of the most distinguished drywall contractors have their offices in Oak Harbor. YellowPagesGoesGreen lists some of the better known names in the field of drywall contracting located in Oak Harbor.

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