Level Three Commercial Drywall Finishing involves installing and finishing the set-up of crown molding, chair rail, wainscoting, baseboard trim, cove moldings or other decorative elements on walls in high traffic areas such as lobbies and entryways.
The most important thing to be aware of when doing Level Three Commercial Drywall Finishing is that you have to plan your work so it maintains the same finish from room to room because this type of job can make quick changes more difficult if they are needed down the road for any reason. This means that all joints where two different types of materials meet should either overlap by at least half an inch or use both methods to create a transition that is seamless.
The Level Three Commercial Drywall Finishing process also requires following guidelines for the application of latex or oil-based paint, as well as waterproofing and fire retardant materials in high traffic areas like lobbies and entryways so that they are durable enough to handle heavy foot traffic without damage in these locations. Level three commercial drywall finishing can be done with either coatings or textures but knowing which one will work best before you start your project will help make it go more smoothly.