Drywall Protection--Which Is Right for You?

by Boss Steel on January 27, 2017

If you're looking to protect your drywall against damage, you've made wise choice. Not every type of drywall protection is needed for every situation, however. Depending on your particular needs, you may need to choose between one of two types of drywall protection. In some cases, you may need them both. To see where you fall on this scale, read on.


If you're installing drywall in a wet or moist environment, or if you're aware that water or other liquid will be splashing near your wall, you'll want to plan ahead. One option is to apply a waterproofing, crack-preventing layer over your paint. These applications can be found at most hardware stores and easily painted onto your drywall. For a bolder and more sleek look, you can always affix sections of sheet metal over the drywall in vulnerable areas.

Corner Guards

Perhaps you're less concerned with the flat sections of drywall and more concerned with the corners. After all, no matter how careful you are, accidents always happen. Thus corners are vulnerable to scrapes, scratches, gouges, and other incidental damage. In order to keep your corners in good shape, your best option is to invest in corner guards. 

Here at Boss Corner Guards, we carry lines of premium guards in various sizes, styles, and thicknesses. Whether you're a homeowner looking to protect your investment, a business owner hoping to protect against inevitable damage, or a warehouse operator who knows it's just a matter of time before the next incident, we have a guard for you.

If you would like to hear more about our products, or if you would like help selecting which set of guards is right for you, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to serving you.