It’s common for drywall to fail when it’s used in inappropriate situations. One of the first problems that home or business users have with drywall when it’s used in a damp location is mold growth. It’s a huge problem that can cause health issues and leave builders with the task of replacing the material. We specialize in mold-resistant drywall, and help put it into appropriate locations of homes and office buildings to ensure that they hold up better over time and we can help your home or business by helping you gain all the following benefits.

Reliability in Damp Conditions

Whether you need to cover the walls in the room outside of a shower, or you simply have a section of your home like a mudroom that’s subjected to humidity and moisture a bit more than the more interior sections of your home, these are good places to install mold resistant drywall. This product won’t grow mold as easily, and will likely hold up better without needing to be replaced as soon.

Enhanced Durability

One of the main reasons that drywall wears out and needs to be replaced over time is moisture. It is susceptible to mold and rot and will wear away to a mushy and useless product if it becomes too damp. Mold-resistant drywall stands up to damp conditions a bit more effectively and will last longer before it needs to be replaced. We can put this product into different sections of your home or business to leave you with a slightly more durable product than standard sheetrock. Sure, this drywall won’t last forever, but it will likely last a bit longer than the standard stuff.

Professional Installation Advice

Some home or business owners that decide to use mold-resistant drywall rely on it for the wrong applications. As a team with years of experience with this material, and plenty of customer feedback, we understand where it’s appropriate to use mold-resistant drywall, and when another material should be used instead. We can help ensure that the product is only used where it is going to last and hold up over time. We’ll save you a lot of time and money with our advice during a building project.

Mold-resistant drywall is a good solid product, but it’s not a solution to every problem that you’ll experience with drywall. Give us a call today to learn how to make the most of this product and finish off those building tasks that still need doing.