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For drywall contractors, being called back for repairs can be costly, time-consuming and ultimately eat into the contractor's overall profits and productivity. With its step-up, three and four bedroom homes featuring vaulted ceilings, drywall openings and projections and large windows, the 195 homes in the Crystal Ridge III development are highly susceptible to callbacks for wall cracks and seam repair.
To reduce the likelihood of callbacks, the project's drywall contractor uses SHEETROCK® Brand Paper-Faced Metal Drywall Bead and Trim. With a full range of sizes and types, it provides superior resistance to edge cracking and chipping, resulting in corners that stay beautiful despite normal building movement and everyday wear-and-tear, even on vaulted ceilings.
Drywall contractors in the Crystal Ridge III development project have seen a noticeable decline in callback requests, especially for edge cracking.
Sharp Drywall Contractor
195-Home Residential Development
Three and Four-Bedroom Step-Up Homes
Homes include vaulted ceilings, large windows and multiple drywall openings and projections.