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Dixie Drywall

Do you work in the paint or drywall field?

This could be a nice website for someone doing this kind of work.

Maybe you would like to own it.

I registered this home drywall domain name several years ago. I planned on building a website for it and developing it, but I never got around to it.

So now, this domain name is for sale.

We think this name has some nice potential to help out a business owner working in this field.

Maybe you might be interested in buying this domain name.

If you have never purchased a domain name from someone -- it's very easy to do. And safe for both the buyer and seller.

I have been buying and selling these types of domain names since 2003.

This name is registered through And if you decide to buy it, they will help handle the transaction.

You can visit if you're interested in getting this name.

You can also send us an email, if you have any questions.

Similar Names

We also have other similar names. Some are related to drywall, painting, home repairs, siding or other house service niche.

These names are also for sale.

Here is a list:

Fresno Drywall

Home Addition Builders

Baltimore House Painters

Bellingham Cleaning

Closet Contractor

Boston House Painter

Jersey Drywall

Long Island Drywall

Memphis Drywall


Tile Floor Repair

TLC Drywall

If you think you have some interest in one of these names, just get in touch with us.

If you really want to acquire one of these names, our asking price is reasonable. I'm sure we can work something out.

Thanks for coming by.

About Drywall Installation

Drywall repair usually means you have a hole in your wall or ceiling. Drywall repair is also sometimes required if a nail has been pushed through the drywall, and the patch is not closing properly. Sometimes patches will pop out and need to be replaced again.

A hole may appear anywhere, but some areas stand out more than others. If the hole is large enough, a repair contractor can come in and fill the hole with either putty or fiberglass. It is important to use the right kind of patching material for your repair. The general rule of thumb is to use drywall repair material that is two to three times the thickness of the original drywall tape. If the hole is small, consider using drywall tape that is one-fourth the thickness of the original material.

A hole may appear and instead of repairing it, you might decide to replace it. A damaged wall or ceiling can become distorted over time, and it may eventually cave in. It can especially be an issue if you live in a colder climate. The best way to avoid this problem is to have your walls insulated well. If you live in an area with slightly cold winters, insulation should be applied to the walls in all affected areas.

Sometimes a hole will pop up in your drywall and if you are not a skilled DIYer, then it is advisable to hire a reputable drywall repair company to repair the problem. However, if you want to save some money and if you feel like you can handle the repair yourself, you can try it. You may be successful, but you might end up making the situation worse and need to call in a pro later.

If the damage is caused by a leak, then you will first have to fix the water pipe or other leak problem. If you're not skilled enough at DIY drywall repair, then you may want to call in a professional Gypsum contractor to come and repair the problem for you.

Gypsum is a good substance to use when fixing a surface that has been damaged by water. It's soft and it won't easily rip or crack the paint. So you basically have two choices - You can either sand the area to get rid of the damaged texture, or you can fill the hole in with new drywall texture. If you decide to use sanding, then make sure that you get the right sand.

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