Drywall is a type of material used in making ceilings and walls. Contractors use this material to create a range of design features, such as arches and eaves.

Bringing E.L Custom Drywall in to your project brings over 50 years of combined experiences building mastery craftsmanship & completing hundreds of major luxury homes & projects.

Drywall, much like the other parts of your home, wears over time. It could develop dents, cracks, and holes that make your interior less visually pleasing.

E.L Custom Drywall assures the teams master craftsmanship completes your Job to the highest standard of quality & service the industry has to offer.

Bringing our client all possible options when it comes to drywall we can accommodate any demands our clients might have, regardless the level of difficulty.

We thrive on detail & expect on over achieving all client expectation every single time.

Important Installation Tip.

Ideally drywall itself should be installed in temperatures of 55° F or higher. Like all solid materials, drywall will expand or contract depending on the temperature, and in cold weather it will shrink. When you hang drywall in cold weather you need to leave a gap between the sheets to allow expansion in warm weather.

1/2-inch ultralight ideal for walls and ceilings. Extremely light design makes them easy to lift and install.
They are easy to score and snap, and feature tapered edges that make finishing custom designs and unique circumstances possible for our E.L team.  

Withstands more than 1,000°C

  • Limits the spread of fire
  • Does not contribute to smoke toxicity
  • Contains no fire retardants
  • Keeps it’s fire resilience over time

What Is Fire-Rated Type X Drywall?
Fireproof drywall is the common term; its industry name is type x drywall. The thickness of this drywall is 5/8-inch, including all layers.

Glass fibers are added to the board to help it retard fire. Also, because it is denser than normal gypsum and paper drywall, it takes longer for the fire to degrade it.

Where to Install Type X Drywall

In residences, fire-rated drywall is typically required by building codes to be installed in a few of these places:

  • Near furnace and utility rooms
  • Places where a wood stove is used
  • Garages and especially the garage walls that separate that area from the main house
  • Garage ceilings that have living areas above
  • Custom and Unique Environments.

Sound Proof Your Home or your Commercial Property.

Our vision is to successfully enable absolutely any custom request. With our tremendous experienced team & our creation of quiet places E.L utilizes advanced building products and technologies.

We are committed to helping our clients create environments that are more tranquil, valuable and economically efficient.

Mold Resistant Drywall

Mold and mildew growth have become a hot-button issue lately due to health concerns. Mold remediation companies deal with eliminating mold/mildew, but it’s always best to prevent mold before it starts.

One potential weapon in the mold-prevention arsenal is mold-resistant drywall, a product marketed aggressively by manufacturers.

One intresting fact is when installed in homes, it is often touted by real estate professionals as a selling feature.

Another possitive & dedicated family member getting the job done the E.L custom way.