Find top-rated Service Providers

Find Top-Rated Redfield Drywall Contractors

There are 38 top-rated drywall contractors in your area.

Let Angie's List find your match

We'll instantly find qualified pros for your specific project

Share some details about your project

We'll ask a few simple questions to learn more about your particular project. This helps us narrow the results to professionals that are right for the job.

View your matched pros

Using our vast network, we'll identify up to 4 local pros that provide the service you need. Don't worry... only pre-screened, approved service providers* will be suggested.

Get quotes and get started

As with any home improvement or repair project, it's wise to get multiple bids. Connect with your recommended pros and request quotes for your project.

* See Section 8 of the Terms & Conditions for details about the screening and approval of pros.

Join Angie's List Now To see all 38 highly rated companies in Redfield

Explore Our Solution Center for Helpful Drywall Contractor Articles

Go to the article: 

What is the Cost to Install Drywall?

a bad sheetrock drywall install
Go to the article: 

How Much Does Drywall Repair Cost for Small Holes?

patching the seams on drywall repair
Go to the article: 

What Tools Are Needed for Drywall Repair?

hand using putty knife

Drywall reviews in Redfield

  • F
    Daughenbaugh Construction & Restoration
    Progress started out slow, but it was understandable because he was busy. We were content as progress is progress. I was confident in the beginning that we had picked the right contractor as his BBB rating and reviews on here were great. We were promised that it would be him on the job until completion, but after the main structure framing concluded, he stopped having a daily presence on the jobsite. He had a few employees working for him, which seemed to be working very few hours and things were slowing down even more. The construction wasn't bad, but the detail stuff was horrible and the jobsite was a huge mess. I tried to give Dave a heads up that his guys might be taking advantage of him as, even on days I took off work to be there, they showed up around 9:30am and left around 2:30pm. At the time he was irritated with me and suggested that I tell them. My response of course was that they are not my employees, but his, and I hired him to do the job. Dave had a drinking problem and was in denial about a lot of things going on in his world. He went missing for about six weeks and got some help (which I was happy to hear). The only frustrating part is that we were left with no updates on what was going on and no heads up that it was going to happen. Upon his return, he apologized and verbally owned his wrongdoings. We happy with the idea of getting our project back on track and forgave him for the disappearing act. Things began to get back on track, but after a few weeks it returned to deadlines being missed and lack of communication. My house is still sitting unfinished and he recently quit responding to my messages. The drywall team doing some finishing details has tracked drywall mud all over our new floor and leaves a disaster every day for me to clean up so it will be safe for my two year old son to be in our house. The situation has deteriorated drastically as it has become constant excuses and no progress or action on the things he has said he will do. He took the last draw needed to get our project to 100% in late January and recently contacted me to tell me he was out of money for our project. Now, I know that these things are an emotional roller coaster for people and it is easy to get caught up in the moment. But, I���ve remained supportive and understanding during this project and tried my best to help keep the project moving forward. I ended up filing complaint with the BBB and the attorney general because I didn���t want to go straight to legal action. I would really just like my house finished. I���ve read all the reviews on Angie���s list and found his A+ rating with the BBB which is what makes it so hard to understand why our experience was so far off. I even read the review posted about the deck he recently completed and was amazed because he got mad at me, when I confronted him, for assuming that he was working on other projects while mine sat. He is not being honest about his business dealings at this point. Some of the situations I've dealt with: -Septic line installed uphill (flowing back to house) -Boom truck crashed into front of house knocking out power and breaking window -Ruts in landscaped walkway covered with sheets of plywood and left (Since February) -Use and abuse of my personal tools -Theft of beer from my refrigerator -Brand new windows leaking after siding was installed (new construction) -Drywall all over new front door -Cigarette butts, trash (non-construction), and nails/screws scattered all over the entire project -Food spilled and left on the floor in the addition -Addition was built 1.5 inches off and the existing house subfloor had to be torn up and rebuilt to match. I now have a weird step into the other rooms of my old house -Roof leaks in my existing home -Lots of water in the basement of both the new and old house as a result of the poor septic line installation. It couldn���t be backfilled until corrected and the house did not have gutters so the rain collected next to the foundation and leaked in. -Toilets installed in the wrong location -Piles and piles of stress not knowing what would happen or not happen next. It has put way too much burden on my family. This may read like I���m trying to torch the guy after reading all the positive reviews. I���m just being honest about my experience, as I���ve already stated, it doesn���t make sense why mine ended up this way. I think Dave has the ability to do some good stuff, but he may have tried to get too many irons in the fire with my project or it was too big for him to manage. None the less, it was a major disappointment and ruined something that is supposed to be fun and exciting for my family. My home life has suffered and my performance at work as well (I���ve spent lots of time running home or being off work to try to make things right). Our project kicked off in November of 2016 and currently sits unfinished. It is close, but we are still a long way from being able to close our loan. I am getting e-mails and letter from people he has not paid and I am tasked with trying to figure out what to do next. I have photographic evidence of all of the things listed in this review.
    - nick h.
  • A
    MHI did a great job for us. They were within a day or two of their estimated timeframe from start to finish (and really wasn't their delays - rather scheduling between plumbers/electricians etc). Everything was done exactly how we discussed and very good communication throughout the process. Would highly recommend MHI for any of your home improvement/remodel needs. We fully intend to get back in touch with them when we are ready to start finishing our basement! Thanks again!
    - Jamie E.
  • A
    Paragon Painting
    Jeremy was highly professional and did an excellent job with the details.  He was patient with me and offered good advice as I struggled with paint choices.  My skylight needed drywall repair due to condensation and now it looks perfect. I continue to be amazed at the result of the entire project. I have never regretted my decision to hire Paragon Painting to do this for me (I usually do my own painting).
    - sharon s.
Join Angie's List to view provider's name.

Drywall Contractors in Redfield

Companies below are listed in alphabetical order.

To view top rated service providers along with reviews & ratings, JOIN ANGIE'S LIST NOW!