Metal Stud Framing
Interior walls, soffits, and ceilings depend on the studs that support them. Mitchell Drywall & Plastering offers expert installation from layout to project completion to ensure the walls of your commercial construction project are in good standing. Our experience in metal framing systems represents a tremendous value-added service to our clients. Steel framing is often used in office buildings, strip centers, and apartment construction. From simple improvement to a complex interior or exterior, our staff can deliver on schedule and on budget.
Drywall & Plastering
Whether it is new commercial construction, a small addition, renovation, or new residential construction, Mitchell Drywall & Plastering can meet your drywall and plastering needs. Our experienced team of commercial construction professionals can help you decide the right solution for your needs and then, using the highest quality products, produce beautiful walls and ceilings that others will envy for years to come.
We also offer a wide variety of commercial and residential carpentry services to meet the needs of nearly any project. Whether you are building a new structure, or adding or renovating an existing structure, Mitchell Drywall & Plastering can meet the needs of your project. General carpentry services include Framing, Painting, Masonry, Flooring, Drywall, Plastering, and more...
Although often called "synthetic stucco", EIFS is not stucco. Traditional stucco is a centuries-old non-insulating material which consists of aggregate, a binder, and water, and is a hard, dense, thick, non-insulating material. EIFS is a lightweight synthetic wall cladding that includes foam plastic insulation and thin synthetic coatings. There are also specialty stuccos that use synthetic materials but no insulation, and these are also not EIFS. A common example is what is called one-coat stucco, which is a thick, synthetic stucco applied in a single layer (traditional stucco is applied in 3 layers). There is also an EIFS-like product called a direct-applied finish system (or DAFS), which is essentially an EIFS but without the insulation, and has quite different characteristics.